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Iii-m 1i: Do you have “Puppy Fever?” - By BRIANNA ELLIOTT Times Reporter Tangi Humane Society has been hosting adoptions ;vnearly every weekend to prevent overcrowding in the Lakennels and to help find “Forever Homes” for deserving :“w‘animals. The most recent event was held on Saturday, glanuary 26, 2019 in front of Gabriel Building and Lum- Qber Supply in Ponchatoula. 2” 5'" Approximately 15 dogs experiences. Unfortunate- ,r illWere outside waiting for aprospective owners to walk f:‘Eaast and play with them. .1; According to Dara ‘Beckemeyer, the Humane "Society facility is only de— signed to accommodate 23 animals, but they are cur- rently hosting 27 puppies and dogs. ‘ Not all animals which are brought in are imme- "diately up for adoption, “as some haVe behavior or, health issues which must be managed before they are eligible for adoption. Although the work can be heartbreaking and tedious at times, her “love for dogs” makes it all worth it, stated Beckemeyer. Unrelated to Animal Control, the Humane So- ciety hosts animals which have been Victims of cruel- ty, neglect, and abuse. The Society focuses on healing and “rehoming” these ani- mals after their traumatic ROUTE DRIVER” NEEDED ly, due to over-population, the shelter cannot ac- cept all homeless animals which are brought in to the shelter. Although many of these dogs have had a rough start, the animals which are ready to be adopted are sweet and friendly. An adoption fee of $125 brings a recovered dog home with all their shots (including rabies), ‘spay/neuter,‘ and deworming. If you are interested in adopting an animal, or viewing which ones are available for adoption, contact the Tangi Humane Society at (985) 419—9900. Or visit 46219 River Road in Hammond on weekdays from 104. If you are interested in adding a new fur animal to you family, consider adopting a rescue first —they desperately need you! The Times seeks a route ' driver to deliver our publication to local business every Wednesday in the Ponchatoula, Hammond andlndependence Call 985/386-2877 or 985/386-3323 1 PLEASE SEE PAGE 4 CLAY MONROE ATTORNEY AT LAW ‘ 1545 Hwy. 51 N. ‘Ste 3 Ponchatoula, LA (Just North of Walmart) (985) 386-4505 Over 21 Years of Experience In PERSONAL INJURY, CRIMINAL DEFENSE, DIVORCE, AND SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY Times Internet Edition —— www.ponchatoula.com/ptimes Garden of the Month Presenting Garden of the Month Award to Julie Emmons were Gardenettes Margaret Bailey, Anna Poland and Sonya Avery. Shown next to Avery are Mrs. Munson, mother to Julie Emmonds, Em- monds and her children Amelia, Avery and Jack. Photo is courtesy of Gardenette Cricket Ayala. Julie Emmons, her children, Amelia, Avery and Jack and her mother, Mrs. Munson. Amelia has been hoping to receive this award ever since her grandparents did last year. Anna Poland, Sonya Avery, Margaret Bailey and. Cricket Ayala repre- sented the Gardenettes. Emmons awarded Garden of the Month Special to The Times Julie and Max Emmons, 530 North 7th Street, were awarded the Gardenettes’ January Garden of the Month. According to Margaret Bailey, garden club representa- tive, the front of their home showcases a variety of tex- tures with Agapanthus, Fox tail ferns, sago palm, little gem Magnolia, drift roses, junipers, bridal wreath, penr cil holly, sweet olive, Mexican heather and variegated Liriope. Tall pine trees in the front are circled with mon— key grass. There is cane lining the side and back yards. Present to receive the award were Julie Emmons, her children, Amelia, Avery and Jack, and her moth- er, Mrs. Munson. Amelia has been hoping to re- ceive this award ever since her grandparents did last year. Anna Poland, Sonya Avery, Margaret Bai- ley and Cricket Ayala represented the Gardenettes. The garden club is a member of District VI, Louisiana Garden Club Federation Inc., Deep South Garden Clubs Inc., National Garden Clubs Inc. - Art galler ing of their new venture in Ponchatoula. The gallery offers art in a wide-variety of forms — they have soaps, candles, paintings, jewelry, pot— tery, and more. The own- ers of Revival Gallery host a wide variety of, artists and styles. While most of the artists are from Loui- siana and other Southern States, the gallery has a unique Louisiana feeling. The gallery’s mission statement posted on its website is to “connect cli- PLEASE SEE PAGE 4 ‘ ‘FROM PAGE ONE ate a soulful ‘or specific vibe.” Revival Art House is located at 495 Southwest Railroad Avenue in Pon- chatoula. The gallery is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays but is open 10-6 Wednesday through Sat- urday and on Sundays from 12 to five. You can contact the gallery with questions at (985) 467- 1280 or through its web- site: RevivalArtHouse. com THE TIMES, JANUARY 31,2019, PAGE Anniversaries and Birthdays Happy , Anniversary February 1 —— Doug- las & Margaret Hebert, Ervin & Jane Gordon, William & Elaine McIn- tyre, February 2 Paul & Violet Stevens February 3 — Carl & Tammy Bickford, Larry & Stephanie Beakley, February 4 Allen & Stacie Motichek, Melvin. & Rene Meyers February 5 — Antho- ny & Theresa Lavigne, Sammie & Jean Wil- liams, Hank & Sandara Temento, February 6 —~ Freddie & Marie Sicard, John R. & Mel Howes, Jerry & Ruby Hill, Herb & Eva Rose Dickson Happy Birthday January 31 — Ani- ta Hotard, Betty Jo Lawrence, Betty Jo McKneely, Brennan Shasteen, Carole Dah- mer, Chad Richard, Danny Heitman, Ed Murray, Holden Rob- ertson, Janet Robert- son, Jim Byers, Lind- say Watts, Lyndsay Rauch, Pat Jones, Colt Dixon Patterson February 1 '~ B. Hoover, David Jen- kins, Frank Castjohn, Helen Barker, Helen Perrin, Lenny George, Michael Bass, Nadine Brun, Sondra'Landry, Ty Wayne Hebert, February 2 —Aaron Dressel, Amy Gua- gliardo, Derrick Gre- goire, Gary Pavlovich, Colunm Matthew Miller, Mat- thieu Brignac, Michael Bougere, Sean Mat- thew Steadman, Tom- my Dickerson, Wendy P. LeSaicherre, Rich- ard Taylor, February 3 — Aba- gail LeSaicherre’, Ce- leste Daigle, Dixie Guagliardo, Dot Per- rin, Francoise Gau- they, Marcia Bougere, Mary Downing, Mike Rocker, Scott Bagby, Sidney Ragan, Steph- anie Ballard, Wayne Perrin, Wendell Mey- ers, Marcy Cooper February 4 Anne Laird, Charles Cheva- lier, Dennis Everett, Dianne Raiford, Elroy Perrin, Emily Guagli- ardo, Eugene Ferrant, Evan Anzalone, Jared Ruiz, John Newman, Joseph Shelton, Mi- chael Gibson, Monroe Poche, Remy Spring, Ruth Ann Darouse, Shelley Russell, Jerry Hill, February 5 Marc Fambro, Amanda Hill, Barrett Basso, Barry Ragan, Blake Turner, Clayton Daigle, Jerry Aymond Sr., Lorena LeBlanc, .Rosalie Ay- mond, Samuel Nar- amore February 6 Brenda Traylor, Brittin Rob- ertson, Christy Law- rence, Darlene Sens, Geraldine Ragan, Ja- son Jones, Kate Zab- bia, Kelly Anne Jones, Kenny Roth, Korinne Jenkins, Lauren Rob- ertson, Mickey McK- ean, Nora Schlenker, Ryan Perrin, Wan- da Joiner, Maygan O’Mally, Ann Poche, Nancy Amacker FROM PAGE ONE have it easy by comparison. “Whack! 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