July 2002

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Progressive Animal
Welfare Society

PO Box 1037
Lynnwood WA 98046

PAWS Kids Who Care Program helps Puget Sound Youngsters

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Learn more about the PAWS Kids Who Care Classroom Workshops program that is teaching thousands of Puget Sound schoolchildren how to live more humanely.

PAWS has had a long commitment to educating youngsters about growing up in a humane world, and this tradition continues with the PAWS Kids Who Care Classroom Workshops program. Holly Anderson, the PAWS Humane Education and Outreach Coordinator, visits hundreds of children each session. "They are immediately interested when I say that I'm hear to talk about animals," says Holly. "They almost can't hear anything else. They're almost TOO engaged!" Holly visits each fourth-grade classroom in her program five times, helping kids understand responsible pet care, how to live with wildlife, and other important humane issue. See a short, moving video about the PAWS Kids Who Care program. The Kids Who Care Program needs your help to succeed. If you would like to support our work reaching out to Puget Sound schoolchildren, please donate to PAWS now.

Time to Get Barking! Bark in the Park Featuring PAWSwalk is taking registrations online
Bark in the Park featuring PAWSwalk, our annual Seattle doggie festival, is just around the corner and we are now accepting registrations online! Held this year at Seattle's fabulous Magnuson Park on Saturday, September 14, this year's event will be the biggest ever. There will be demonstrations, contests, games, and dozens and dozens of booths and vendors. Breezy, the dog who plays Porthos on the UPN Star Trek show "Enterprise," will be on hand to mingle with adoring fans. And the best part of the event, PAWSwalk, is better than ever. With a new course that is entirely within the park, PAWSwalkers have a particularly beautiful and fun path to follow. Visit our special web site at www.barkinthepark.com for more details and to sign-up today!

Renew your commitment to PAWS in honor of our 35th Anniversary
PAWS is celebrating 35 years of helping animals animals this year. What better way to honor the animals at PAWS than to join PAWS as a member? PAWS basic memberships are $35, in honor of our 35th Anniversary. All members receive a subscription to our member magazine, PAWS. You can also join at other levels of support as well, and be eligible for other special gifts. Please become a member today. Summer is our busiest season of the year and the animals could immediately benefit from your help. Thank you!

Join PAWS for a Fun Yard Sale to Help the Animals!
PAWS is having a yard sale Saturday, August 3rd at the PAWS campus in Lynnwood. Donated household items, animal supplies and other interesting things will be on sale to help the animals! Drop by that day to see what we have to offer, or to donate items in advance call 425.787.2500 x261.

Three free PAWS wildlife classes held in Seattle in July
Join PAWS at the Meadowbrook Center in Seattle this month for three wildlife classes. On Wednesday July 17, PAWS Wildlife Director Kip Parker and Volunteer Coordinator Lauren Glickman will teach "Wildlife Rescue Do's an Don'ts," which will help you understand how to tell whether a wild animal is really in trouble, and the basics of wildlife rehabilitation. The class is from 7:00pm until 9:00pm. The following Wednesday, July 24, Gene Lagerberg, from the Seattle Audubon Society will teach "What Is So Special About Birds?," exploring the unique physical and behavioral characteristics of birds. Children are invited to this class as well, which is from 7:00pm to 8:00pm. And on the last Wednesday of July, (the 31st), David Pehling from Washington State University will teach "Living With Wildlife," which will teach you to effectively solve common wildlife/human conflicts in a humane manner. This class is from 7:00 to 8:00 pm. All classes are at the Meadowbrook Community Center, 10517 35th Avenue NE, Seattle. To RSVP for these FREE classes, call Holly at PAWS at 425.787.2500 extension 812 or e-mail her at holly@paws.org.

Learn How You Can Protect Pets at a Free PAWS Seminar This Weekend
What is criminal abuse and neglect and who can you call when you see it happening? How can we work together to strengthen laws protecting animals in our community? Join representatives from PAWS, local animal control agencies, Animal Legal Defense Fund, and the Humane Society of the United States at this free PAWS Seminar to find out how you can protect your pets and the pets of your community. To RSVP or for more info, contact Holly Anderson at holly@paws.org. or call her at 425.787.2500 extension 812.

Saturday July 20th, 10:30 am to 1:30 pm
Greenwood Library
8016 Greenwood Ave. N., Seattle

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