The Woodford Humane Society needs help to reach its goal for the SAVE Matching Gift and Endowment fund to provide food, shelter and veterinary care for homeless pets. The challenge goal of $63,000 by the public will be matched, creating $126,000 to help the Woodford Humane Society promote its mission of SAVE: Spay/neuter, Adopt, Volunteer and Educate.
To qualify for this year's matching fund, donations must be $100 or more and earmarked for SAVE by Dec. 31. Go to Woodfordhumane.org and click on the "donate now" button, or search for the Woodford Humane Society on Facebook. Or bring donations to the Adoption Center at 265 Thomas Lane in Versailles. Call (859) 873-05491 or go to Woodfordhumane.org for more information.
Food baskets for Christmas delivered
Volunteers gathered in the basement of Midway Christian Church on Dec. 16 and 17 to pack and deliver 37 food baskets for local families in need. Children at Northside Elementary School collected more than 1,000 pieces of food for this event, which reaches all ages from the elderly to infants, in and around Midway.
Families receive a box of canned and non-perishable items, a bag of fruit, beef from the Woodford County Food Pantry, a ham, and staples including flour and meal from the local Weisenberger Mill.