PAS set for move into sorting facility

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PONDERAY — The Panhandle Animal Shelter is seeking volunteers to help with the move of all of their items from their old rented storage unit to their new PAS-owned storage and sorting facility.

“No brains needed, just a cheerful attitude and a desire to help a great cause,” said Eric Ridgway in putting out the appeal for assistance.

The move starts Saturday, March 9, and Sunday, March 10, at 8 a.m. and goes to 5 p.m.

To volunteer, contact Devin at volunteer@pasidaho.org or call 208-265-7297, ext. 104, to schedule a time to help out.

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