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Letters to the Editor: Animal shelter seeks kennel sponsors

| December 10, 2020 12:05 AM

The Mission Valley Animal Shelter focuses year-round efforts on finding forever, humane homes for the abandoned, neglected and unwanted dogs and cats in our community.

Sponsorship of a kennel enables us to give proper medical care, food and exercise to animals. The annual average cost to us per animal is in excess of $400. By sponsoring a kennel for one year with a donation of $100 you help us make this possible, since we receive no governmental funding and rely on generous donations from our community. Your donation qualifies as a charitable donation for tax purposes.

Kennel sponsorships include a plaque identifying the sponsor and their support. Sponsors are also needed for the new kennels in the puppy addition. Donations may be sent to: Mission Valley Animal Shelter, P.O. Box 1644, Polson, MT 59860.

Also, please note on your check that it is for a kennel sponsorship, and if you want to apply to the new puppy kennels, let us know that, too. Thank you in advance for your support.

Raeva J. Corkill, shelter manager, Mission Valley Animal Shelter

The Great Reset

Natural energy starts with the sun rising to create planetary income, then plants grow and expend leaves to create planetary spending, then surplus energy is saved within the roots to create planetary savings. The point is that income, spending and savings on a planetary scale is simply natural law. Nowhere in nature is time borrowed from a future sunrise of energy. Borrowing time from energy created tomorrow is an invention of man or unnatural law. Borrowing or debasing a society upon a debt-based monetary exchange is analogous to taking steroids. Debt and steroid use invite great risk and is definitely not sustainable. Is it time to pay the pied piper? Who is the pied piper? Is it possible that the worldwide pandemic lockdown is also a tool to usher in the Great Reset, touted by world leaders such as Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum? A big thank you to George Gammon for making an informative video that can be found with a simple internet search combining his name and “the great reset”. This video explains in three, fast, simple steps how to thrive in a world of out-of-control banks and big government.

David Passieri, St. Ignatius