Ramona Kiwanis donates to Emergency Animal Rescue

Photo/Tom Taylor

Kiwanis Club of Ramona member Carol Bazinet, second from left, presents a check for $500 to Emergency Animal Rescue representatives Doug Lake and Jan Pickton at the club’s breakfast meeting Saturday, Sept. 21. At right is Walter Ainslie, club president.

Emergency Animal Rescue (EAR), headquartered in Ramona, was founded in 1993 to fill the need for a 24-hour service for animal rescue in San Diego County.

For details about EAR, see www.emergencyanimalrescue.org.

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