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New animal shelter seeking volunteers

DeKalb Animal Coalition Shelter director Megan Moore holds Shelly. Shelly is looking for a good home and is cared for by folks who want to make sure she gets one.

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g person? If so, the new DeKalb Animal Coalition Shelter has the volunteer job for you working to help stray or unwanted animals find new homes.

Opening for business as a “soft opening” Monday, Nov. 6, the shelter’s director Megan Moore said they will most likely have a grand-opening ceremony once the engraved bricks, purchased by supporters of the shelter are laid in the front of the building around the walk way.

Moore, her part-time assistant James Wilkerson, and several new volunteers took in 25 wayward animals in the first week alone.

“We actually had a lot of stray ...

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