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Incidents spark gift to GCHS, and challenge
Times photo: Brian Gray Green County Humane Society (GCHS) shelter manager Tonya Kelly, right, receives a check from Jack Newman, Thomas Nelson and Dave Mosher to help the humane society take care of animals at the shelter. Also on hand were Kate Rassmussen and Bobbie Henningsen, left, employees at Sher-Feed in Monroe. Donation money for GCHS had been stolen during a burglary at Shur-Feed on Feb. 23 or Feb. 24.
MONROE - Dave Mosher said it seemed that everything happened at once.Sher-Feed was burglarized Feb. 23 or Feb. 24, and money for donations to the Green County Humane Society (GCHS) was stolen. Then on Feb. 24, the GCHS received 20 dogs from a Juda home ."I just felt that we had to do something to help," said Mosher, of Dave Mosher and Associates in Monroe.