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Shannon Charlton Memorial Garden dedicated

The Shannon Charlton Memorial Garden was officially dedicated last week at the Pulaski County Animal Shelter and Humane Education Center in Dublin.
The dedication was officiated by Rev. Terri Sternberg and was attended by 25 animal lovers, including Pulaski County Humane Society board members, both past and present, along with volunteers, and friends of the Charlton family.
The garden was dedicated as a lovely and peaceful garden and a place to reflect on the love of pets, according to organizers of the event.
The ceremony was dedicated to Shannon Charlton, and poems and Scripture were shared by Sternberg, encompassing the positive impact pets have on people and the love, joy and companionship pets give throughout ones life.
Refreshments were provided by Pulaski County Humane Society Board members. Several people in attendance donated items for pets at the shelter.
The garden was landscaped by Bud and Brenda Charlton and their daughter, Sandy Tuck, and her husband, Deno. The pet-themed garden is open to the public to honor pets and as a place of solace when a beloved pet is lost.
Currently, one special Humane Society pet, Pearl, the feline, is buried in the garden, so she will forever be remembered.
Citizens are invited to come and enjoy the garden, and both learn to appreciate nature and pets, which give so much and ask so little in return, and possibly find a new friend awaiting a forever loving home, organizers say.
Questions about the Pulaski County Animal Shelter and Humane Education Center may be directed to Rebecca English, executive director, at 674-0089.

Shannon Charlton Memorial Garden dedicated

The Shannon Charlton Memorial Garden was officially dedicated last week at the Pulaski County Animal Shelter and Humane Education Center in Dublin.
The dedication was officiated by Rev. Terri Sternberg and was attended by 25 animal lovers, including Pulaski County Humane Society board members, both past and present, along with volunteers, and friends of the Charlton family.
The garden was dedicated as a lovely and peaceful garden and a place to reflect on the love of pets, according to organizers of the event.
The ceremony was dedicated to Shannon Charlton, and poems and Scripture were shared by Sternberg, encompassing the positive impact pets have on people and the love, joy and companionship pets give throughout ones life.
Refreshments were provided by Pulaski County Humane Society Board members. Several people in attendance donated items for pets at the shelter.
The garden was landscaped by Bud and Brenda Charlton and their daughter, Sandy Tuck, and her husband, Deno. The pet-themed garden is open to the public to honor pets and as a place of solace when a beloved pet is lost.
Currently, one special Humane Society pet, Pearl, the feline, is buried in the garden, so she will forever be remembered.
Citizens are invited to come and enjoy the garden, and both learn to appreciate nature and pets, which give so much and ask so little in return, and possibly find a new friend awaiting a forever loving home, organizers say.
Questions about the Pulaski County Animal Shelter and Humane Education Center may be directed to Rebecca English, executive director, at 674-0089.