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March 4, 2013

Animal Protection League gets donation from prison

ANDERSON, Ind. — The Animal Protection League in Anderson was the recent recipient of a contribution made by the Pendleton Correctional Facility.

A donation in the amount of $532 was the result of proceeds from an offender food sale conducted at the facility.

“The Pendleton Correctional Facility is constantly seeking opportunities to provide assistance to the community,” acting superintendent Craig Hanks said in a press release. “It gives us a great sense of satisfaction to be able to support an agency such as the Animal Protection League that is dedicated and committed to the welfare of animals.”

According to the organization’s website, the purpose of the Animal Protection League is “to provide a compassionate and humane community for animals and to make second chances possible through the human/animal connection.”

The check was delivered to the Animal Protection League by prison employee Traci Gilley on Feb. 19 and accepted on behalf of the organization by Animal Protection League employee Claudia Shaff.

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