Change the Lives of Troubled Youth & Shelter Dogs

 
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Nov 14, 2013

Project POOCH's 20th Anniversary!

This year marked the 20th anniversary of Project POOCH! We celebrated this landmark event last month with our annual fundraiser, POOCH in the Pub 2013. Two former youth from the program spoke at the event about how Project POOCH changed their lives and what they are doing now. One is currently pursuing his master's degree and raising a family. The other has just returned from military duty in the middle east and is now beginning film school. Attendees enjoyed an evening of food and fun while supporting youth and dogs in need. One guest wrote, "The testimonial from the two graduates of the program was by far the highlight; very moving." Thank you to everyone who donated and attended!

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Organization

Project Pooch, Inc.

Woodburn, OR, United States
http://www.pooch.org

Project Leader

Joan Dalton

Lake Oswego, OR United States

Where is this project located?

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