Generosity becomes a pet project



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NORMAL (WEEK) – The Humane Society of Central Illinois is grateful for a $3,000 donation from Subaru Dealerships.

The money will go towards the care of animals at the shelter, which may include vaccinations, microchipping, or getting spayed or neutered.

“It’s a tremendous honor to be their recipient. I’m able to help a lot more animals with generous donations like that,” said the shelter’s manager Jane Kahman.

“It’s great working with these guys. They’re wonderful,” Kahman added.

Located at 423 Kays Drive in Normal, the shelter is always looking for people to help out — either through donations, adoptions, or by volunteering.

“Just seeing how your money is being put to work to bring those pets to people’s homes— it’s a really warm feeling that you get inside,” said Jose Chavez, general manager for Leader Automotive Group and Subaru.

The next big event is “Dog Olympics 2021, featuring free classes at The Workhouse Company all day on July 17 at 419 Kays Drive in Normal.

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