LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Bookstore Helps Fund Still-Running Pet Shelter | Opinion
COVID victim grateful for care at Goshen hospital
At Goshen Hospital last week, they entered my room in silence, cleaned everything up, and left. Others arrived to deliver food in large bags, hot or cold as requested, all of the contents disposable. The nurses, orderlies, respiratory therapists and the doctor provided precise and neat care, with grace.
There are no adequate words to offer in appreciation for the excellent care you provided to me during my COVID illness there, and your communication with my family back home.
I will always be grateful for your exceptional care and will encourage others to continue to mask themselves, wash their hands, and socially distance themselves.
Karleen Brennan, Goshen
Bookstore that helps fund an animal shelter that is still in operation
There is a saying that if life gives you lemons, make lemonade. We’ve had our share of lemons over the past few months, but one of the sources of “lemonade” has been the Ark Paws and Claws bookstore, which is part of Ark Animal Rescue and Adoptions Inc. in Howe. Due to mandatory restrictions, it was not possible to be open during normal hours. Most of our volunteers are retirees, some with health problems. As much as they would love to come back and do what they love, it is imperative that we do everything we can to keep everyone healthy.
We apologize for the inconvenience caused. If you would like to call before making the trip, the phone number for the Ark Paws and Claws Bookstore is 260-562-2100. Hopefully things will get back to normal very soon.
If you would like more information about Ark Animal Rescue & Adoption Inc., the website is www.arkanimalrescue.weebly.com or email [email protected]
Ark Animal Rescue’s phone number is 260-463-4142.
The Ark Paws & Claws bookstore email is [email protected]
If you would like to receive our newsletter (or make a donation), the mailing address is Ark Animal Rescue & Adoption Inc., PO Box 95, Howe, IN 46746. All donations are tax deductible.
Margaret C. Malone, Howe