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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

PAL thanks donors, media for successful auction

Palmetto Animal League’s 12th Annual Bid for PAL Online Auction was held August 5-8, raising essential funds for our No Kill Adoption Center located in Okatie’s Riverwalk Business Park. Each item sold in the auction now represents life-saving support for the abandoned, abused, and neglected animals PAL rescues every day.

Times are tough for many businesses, and we are incredibly grateful for the generous donors who provided fantastic items for our auction. PAL would like to thank our Partners in Rescue: John Kilmer Fine Interiors, Gifted Hilton Head, and other area businesses that supported the auction. Our appreciation also goes out to our dedicated media partners: The Bluffton Sun/The Hilton Head Sun, Dick Broadcasting (Bob 106.9, G100, Rewind 107.9 and FM 96.1 The Island), and other local media that helped publicize the event.

The Bid for PAL Online Auction, which helps PAL rescue hundreds of animals every year, would not have been possible without the commitment of PAL Marketing Committee Chair Terry Bergeron and other devoted volunteers who canvassed the community for auction items. Anyone who wishes to support PAL’s compassionate, no kill animal rescue programs can adopt, foster, donate, or volunteer at PalmettoAnimalLeague.org.

– Stephanie Bashaw, 

Palmetto Animal League Development Coordinator

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