Bringing pets to work for a cause


The Meigs County Courthouse had some four-legged visitors on Tuesday morning as several employees participated in Bring Your Pet to Work Day. The event was held to raise money for the Meigs County Canine Rescue and Adoption Center. The idea for the event came from Auditor’s office employee Mary Ann Parsons, who brought her dog, Bella, to participate. Pictured (top right photo) are participants April Burnem, holding Parsons’ dog Bella, Betsy Entsminger holding her dog Bella, Shannon Spaun with Rocky (who was a rescue dog from the shelter), Sammi Mugrage holding Zeus. (Top left) Dog Warden Colleen Murphy Smith is pictured with her dog Victoria. (Bottom left) Parsons’ dog Bella in her outfit for the event. (Bottom right) Larry Tucker’s dog Coco.


The Meigs County Courthouse had some four-legged visitors on Tuesday morning as several employees participated in Bring Your Pet to Work Day. The event was held to raise money for the Meigs County Canine Rescue and Adoption Center. The idea for the event came from Auditor’s office employee Mary Ann Parsons, who brought her dog, Bella, to participate. Pictured (top right photo) are participants April Burnem, holding Parsons’ dog Bella, Betsy Entsminger holding her dog Bella, Shannon Spaun with Rocky (who was a rescue dog from the shelter), Sammi Mugrage holding Zeus. (Top left) Dog Warden Colleen Murphy Smith is pictured with her dog Victoria. (Bottom left) Parsons’ dog Bella in her outfit for the event. (Bottom right) Larry Tucker’s dog Coco.

The Meigs County Courthouse had some four-legged visitors on Tuesday morning as several employees participated in Bring Your Pet to Work Day. The event was held to raise money for the Meigs County Canine Rescue and Adoption Center. The idea for the event came from Auditor’s office employee Mary Ann Parsons, who brought her dog, Bella, to participate. Pictured (top right photo) are participants April Burnem, holding Parsons’ dog Bella, Betsy Entsminger holding her dog Bella, Shannon Spaun with Rocky (who was a rescue dog from the shelter), Sammi Mugrage holding Zeus. (Top left) Dog Warden Colleen Murphy Smith is pictured with her dog Victoria. (Bottom left) Parsons’ dog Bella in her outfit for the event. (Bottom right) Larry Tucker’s dog Coco.
http://mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_11.09-Dogs-photo.jpgThe Meigs County Courthouse had some four-legged visitors on Tuesday morning as several employees participated in Bring Your Pet to Work Day. The event was held to raise money for the Meigs County Canine Rescue and Adoption Center. The idea for the event came from Auditor’s office employee Mary Ann Parsons, who brought her dog, Bella, to participate. Pictured (top right photo) are participants April Burnem, holding Parsons’ dog Bella, Betsy Entsminger holding her dog Bella, Shannon Spaun with Rocky (who was a rescue dog from the shelter), Sammi Mugrage holding Zeus. (Top left) Dog Warden Colleen Murphy Smith is pictured with her dog Victoria. (Bottom left) Parsons’ dog Bella in her outfit for the event. (Bottom right) Larry Tucker’s dog Coco.
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