NEWS 

SAVE THE DATES!
Our calendar is beginning to fill up. Here's your chance to meet available Greyhounds, or to help us spread the word about the virtues of this wonderful and deserving breed.

For the 30th consecutive year, Make Peace With Animals will have a booth at Lambertville, New Jersey's Shad Fest. Saturday and Sunday, April 28th and 29th, 12-5. Here's some general info about The Shad: www.lambertville.org
This is a very important fund-raising event for our group and we need all the volunteers and sociable, friendly Greyhounds that we can get!
To volunteer to take a shift, please contact the driving force behind our participation Kathy Williams at katwms59@gmail.com
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On Sunday June 3rd, from 11-3, Make Peace will have a booth at Indian Walk Veterinary Center's Pet Pow-Wow. Come meet available Greyhounds and pick up some informational materials about adoption.
662 Durham Road (Route 413), Wrightstown, PA (about halfway between Newtown, PA and Buckingham, PA).

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On Saturday, September 29th, from 1-4, we will be holding our 30th annual Greyhound Homecoming and Make Peace Picnic, Valley Road Picnic Site, 48 Valley Road, Hopewell Township, NJ (just south of Lambertville, NJ).
Vendors are welcome--no fee! Greyhounds will be available for adoption!
Laura Wetterau will again be organizing the Silent Auction table. It's not too early to start collecting items to donate. Any questions, or for offers of help, please contact Laura at laura.wetterau@gmail.com

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Hardbound, 2nd edition, and complete with artwork dating to 6000 B.C.
Indicate if you would like it inscribed, and to whom.   
Mail a check for just $20. (includes Priority Mail shipping) to:
Make Peace With Animals, P.O. Box 488, New Hope, PA 18938.

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ROGER MEETS HIS MATCH
  
Roger Penske (left), son of the late, great, Lassinagh Silky and prolific sire Flying Penske, goes nose to toes with his Mini Me. This paper mache statue, made by Vermont artist Terri Malloy, is the spittin' image of Roger. And why not? He was the model! The piece was created and donated to commemorate Make Peace With Animals'  25th Annual Homecoming. Luckily for Roger, his adopter had the winning bid at the silent auction.