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Mercer Islanders help raise funds for Homeward Pet

From left, PSALA President April Campbell, April Conrad and Terri Inglis with Homeward Pet, and PSALA Co-Director of Business Partner Relations, Vicki Denning. Also shown are Lucky and Oreo, who are currently available for adoption through Homeward Pet.    - Judy Brandsness/Contributed Photo
From left, PSALA President April Campbell, April Conrad and Terri Inglis with Homeward Pet, and PSALA Co-Director of Business Partner Relations, Vicki Denning. Also shown are Lucky and Oreo, who are currently available for adoption through Homeward Pet.
— image credit: Judy Brandsness/Contributed Photo

On Aug. 5, over 100 members and Business Partners from the Puget Sound Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators (PSALA) participated in a summer social held at the Mercer Island home of Shelley Goodwin. This annual event has been hosted on the Island for the past seven years.

This year the PSALA's community service partner was Homeward Pet, a no-kill animal shelter in Woodinville. Through a silent auction and what was termed as a “wine stagger,” guests' generosity helped raise over $7,000 to benefit Homeward Pet.

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