Letters to the Editor

Letters from June 16, 2007

Thank you

Crownhill anniversary a success

We would like to thank those who contributed to the success of the Crownhill Elementary 50th anniversary celebration!

They are: Jill Carlson, Gail Sackman, Cheryl Hoover, Dr. Elizabeth Hyde, Leah Ramos, Cynthia Galloway, Carolyn Lytle, Monna Haugen, Jan Berry, Janice Bjorke, Ginger Hicks, Jaime Ranger, DonnaLee Knowlton, Irene Johnson Wyman, Rachel Field, Jonee Dubos, Ernie Feser, Thelma Gurske, Doug Wagner, Krista Carlson, Joanne Hegert, Teri Ainslie, Shelley Mortvedt, Mickey Carpenter, Marilyn Mueller, Mr. Steve, Genie Gregory, Jan Greenwood, Michelle Addie, Starbucks, The Hill Family, Swifty Printing, Olympic College, Starbucks, Pip Printing, Kitsap County Historical Museum and Crownhill Elementary PTA.


Crownhill 50th Anniversary Committee Chair

Your Pets

Help control the pet population

Make a difference; spay or neuter your pet! We want to see all cats and kittens, dogs and puppies have good homes.

As this is cat and kitten month, please help us end pet overpopulation. Be a responsible pet owner and have your pet spayed or neutered.

OR, do nothing about the fact that every 60 seconds, the public is responsible for the killing of another 350 healthy, innocent pets in America. The choice is yours, spay today and save lives.


PAWS of Bremerton

Kitten season

is here

It’s kitten season now. Rescue groups and shelters are overloaded and overwhelmed. Many cats lives will be lost due to human selfishness and irresponsibility. You can help save the cats lives. Make sure all your cats are spayed/neutered. If you know someone with a cat that isn’t altered yet-get help for them. Call a rescue group for spay/neuter help.

If you want to adopt a kitten, please adopt from a rescue group or the Humane Society. Your kitten will be already altered, first shots etc. done. Never buy or get a free kitten from any person or pet store unless they are already fixed. Don’t perpetuate the cycle of backyard breeders who keep letting their cats have kittens because they are easy to “get rid of”.

Anyone who cares about doing what is right for the cats will make the effort to spay/neuter before adoption. Show you care by only adopting from shelters or rescue groups where you are helping save lives by preventing overpopulation.

Recognize the cause of overpopulation-cats allowed to have kittens who are given away or sold unaltered.

Please spay/neuter-the cats lives depend on it. Thank you.



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