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Plan pet clinic
By Bev Odom/The Red River Sun—
WELLINGTON — Monday, June 15 at 7:30 p.m. the Wellington Lions Club plan to resume their bi-monthly meetings. Due to the upcoming renovations of the Bura Handley
Community Building, the gatherings will be held in the fellowship hall of the Methodist Church.
Boss Lion Mike Davis who served for the 2019-2020 term has recently moved to Fort Worth to pastor a Nazarene church in the metropolitan area. Lion Rex Henard has been elected Boss Lion for 2020-2021. Lion Noemi Pena will serve as vice president.
Other officers include Secretary Nancy Harris, Treasurer Neal Odom, Tail Twister Linda Powell, Lion Tamers Nita Day and Fraya Hammons, Membership Chaiman Bev Odom,
Two-Year Director Rudie Tate and One-Year Directors Jeff Pastor and Jeff Thomas.
The service organization last met Monday, March 16 due to the COVID-19 restrictions for group gatherings.
Previously set for May 2, the new date for the Pet Vaccination Clinic is Saturday, June 13 at Ellison Park, 1600 Ellison St. from 1 to 4 p.m. Connie Lindley, DVM and her Critter Care staff from Childress will conduct the clinic.
Shots and prices are as follows: rabies vaccine $10, kennel cough $22, canine distemper combo $23, feline combo $27, de-wormer $6 and microchip $35.
Rabies tags will be engraved with owner’s phone number and identification of pet vaccinated. Please bring all pets on a leash or in a pet carrier.