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Offline Maureen

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Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary
« on: April 23, 2016, 05:12:59 PM »
Glenn and I have been busy working with the Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary on a fundraising venture.  They are a non profit organization which depends solely on donations for their operation.  Recently Glenn and I were treated to a tour of the facilities by the Managing Director, Howard Smith.  It was an eye opener for me.  While most of the resident animals (ones which cannot be released back into the wild) have large enclosures so they can roam almost free, others are safely living in small enclosures while the Sanctuary work at creating larger, more suitable enclosures for them.  It's our goal to raise sufficient funds to help build new wonderful homes for these animals  So, a portion of the sales of Glenn's "Music & Nature" albums will be donated to the cause.

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