Oconee County Libaries Help Out ‘Furry’ Angels

You've seen Angel Trees, the library has gone a step fur-ther! The Oconee County Public Library is sponsoring special “Furry” Angel Trees this holiday season. The idea came about as a way to help those animals in Oconee County who are patiently waiting for permanent loving homes.

Oconee County organizations that help to facilitate adoptions, provide food, shelter, and a warm bed continually have to make cut backs in the current economy. The OCPL feels that we shouldn't overlook those angels that may be a little on the “furry” side this season.

Library Director Sue Baldwin invites everyone to stop by their local branch library and take an ornament from the tree. ” On the back of the ornament is a list of items that are needed,” says Baldwin. “Buy what is listed on the back. Then return the items to any branch of the OCPL before December 23. We'll deliver your contributions to our partnering organizations so that they can continue to do great work with the animals.”

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