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Scenes from Marquee Mr. Peabody Party
Pullman Square's party helped benefit the Cabell/Wayne Animal Control Shelter. Patrons are asked to donate a can of dog or cat food during the events, which includes,Marie Antoinette's Cake Walk, DaVinci's Coloring Contest, Mr. Peabody's Petting Zoo (hosted by Petland and Lowe's King Tut's Kid Korner). Adolescent Health Region Two will be in the lobby to raise awareness , accept donations and answer questions.
Here's a few scenes from the face painting and furry friend celebration.
Just because the party's over, there are still animals in need whether at the Cabell/Wayne, Raleigh County, Lewisburg or other shelters. Volunteers and donations always needed.