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Furry Flyer
PAWS Furry Flyer_Winter 2014_3 11/25/2014 9:02 AM Page 1
Winter 2014
First Annual Pet Parade!
In celebration of 40 life-saving years, P.A.W.S. of Tinley Park was proud to
host their First Annual Pet Parade on September 14, 2014. After a brief
meeting with Mayor Zabrocki and the Village of Tinley Park in 2013, we
brainstormed ideas of how the Village could help us celebrate our 40th
anniversary. Mayor Zabrocki suggested a Pet Parade. This small idea
turned into a huge event.
We were excited to have Anthony Ponce from
NBC5 as our Grand Marshall. Almost 40 different organizations walked in the
parade down Oak Park Avenue ranging from Central Middle School’s Marching
Band, to local animal rescue groups and local businesses.
Immediately following the parade, we had a party in the Metra parking lot in
downtown Tinley Park with over 40 vendors. We were able to offer spaces at
the party to all non-profit animal organizations at no cost. Our goal was to
raise awareness of our shelter and animal adoption over pet shops. Many of
the participating rescue groups were able to get animals adopted or potential new foster families
from this event. We are also very thankful for many of the participating vendors and local businesses
that helped to support the after party.
The kids in attendance were engaged by the face painters, balloon animals, DJ and our very own duck
pull from the fountain. Wooden Paddle Pizza was gracious enough to set up their traveling oven and
donate a portion of their sales to the shelter.
While it was only our first ever Pet Parade, the Village received such an amazing
response that we are hopeful to make this an annual event to not only raise
awareness in our community but also to help to raise some much needed funds
for our animals.
And last, but certainly not least, we would like to extend our sincere gratitude
to the many people that helped make the parade a huge success. The Village of
Tinley Park provided support from almost every single department ranging from
events, marketing, public works, police, fire, etc. We also could not have made it
happen without the hundred or so volunteers that showed up the day of the
event to set-up, clean-up, walk dogs, drive vans, pick up tables, sell t-shirts, trim
nails, etc. Together we accomplished something truly amazing!
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7 Reasons Not to
1. Pets require a lot of attention - especially when they are introduced
to a new environment.
Give Kids Pets
for
Christmas
2. Puppies, kittens, dogs and cats need time to adjust, and those first
few days in a new home are critical.
3. It’s hard to train a puppy when your home is filled with guests.
4. The gifts, gift wrap, foods, and other items can be hazardous to your
new pet’s health – especially if you are too busy to be watching him.
By Michele Hollow of Parade Magazine
Your child has been asking for a pet for a
while now and would like one for
Christmas. Be a good parent and give your
child a video or book on cat or dog care,
and plan to adopt a cat or dog after the
holidays.
5. Christmas time can be too noisy for pets.
6. You will need to supervise new pets and children when they are
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together. This will prevent any harm coming to the child or the pet.
If your child didn’t ask for a pet or has not done any research, he
may not be ready for the responsibility. You need to sit down with
your child and talk to him about what’s involved in caring for a pet.
Cheers to 40 Life-Saving Years!
Nearly 500 shelter friends celebrated our very special 40th anniversary with
us at The Odyssey Country Club on March 21, 2014. The night was packed
with excitement!
We were incredibly honored to have Mr. Andy Avalos of Channel 5 News
celebrate with us this year. Mr. Avalos flawlessly played both the emcee and
auctioneer for the event. His love and commitment to animals in need was
apparent in every heartfelt word.
Andy Avalos with Sue Arends
former President & 35 year volunteer
In celebrating 40 years of volunteerism, shelter President Vicki Dean
honored founders Pat Siemsen and Carol Goldsberry for their courage and
determination to make a difference. Sue Arends, Jan Riley and Barb Dampier
were honored for their commitment to our mission for over 30 years!
We premiered our new shelter video, produced and donated by Intersport
Sports & Entertainment Marketing Company, Chicago. They succeeded in
capturing the true essence of the shelter - our volunteers. (To view our video, please click the link below.) Shopping
was on everyone’s agenda with over 180 silent auction packages offering everything from luxurious hotel stays in
Galena to one-of-a-kind sports memorabilia. Die-hard White Sox fans bid for fabulous tickets in the first row behind
the Sox dugout, while the White Sauvignon fans cleared out our first-ever ‘Wine Grab’ in under an hour! .
While Mike LaMantia of Midnight Mike’s Mobile DJ was busy getting the
crowd onto the dance floor, Waylon the wonder dog was busy working the
crowd collecting dollars in support of his canine and feline friends. Magician
Frankie Ace wowed our guest with his sleight-of-hand tricks.
To everyone who attended or supported our 40th anniversary gala, and
everyone who helps bring our vision to life, thank you. Thank you for
knowing that each and every animal matters. And when they don’t matter
to anyone else, they matter to us. Your support has helped us save over
24,000 lives since our beginning.
Thanks to your support here tonight, a shelter animal will know that
someone does care.
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Andy with Pat Duggan
Treasurer and 16 year volunteer
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A special thank you to:
Aileen Andrew Foundation
For their generous support of our gala.
George & Judy Rock and Rose Johnson,
Every Good Gift, Palos Heights
For your many generous donations to our auctions
and for your time and creativity.
Debbie Tomasik, Bill Von Drasek, Waylon
& Coming soon….Finley!
For their many contributions year after year.
Madonna & Evelyn Makaitis
For the beautiful 40th centerpieces.
Tom & Teresa Kara owners of Chew On This Dog
Barker with a surprise offering of dinner for 6 at their
restaurant, The Dancin' Marlin, for our silent auction!
Deacon Joseph Stalcup
A blessing to us and our shelter friends.
Rental Max, Orland Park
For always being there when we need them.
Mike LaMantia, Midnight Mike’s Mobile DJ Service
For generously donating his time & talent.
John & Susan Dillon
For kindly donating the ‘magical’ entertainment.
Joan & Wayne Hochwarter
For the beautiful party favors!
Gorgeous Garden Basket donated by our
friends at Every Good Gift in Palos Heights!
Tom & Teresa Kara, Chew on This Dog Barkery
For their generous donations to the gala
and for their ongoing support.
Ms. Sue Safran
For her many generous donations to our silent auction.
Penny Madera, Heather’s Haus Florist
For creating a beautiful atmosphere
by donating the balloons & flowers.
Intersport & GoToTeam
For capturing the true spirit of the shelter in our video!
Tall Grass Signs, Mrs. Sue Gott
For her continuing generosity and for the beautiful
40th anniversary signage.
Our Volunteers!
You are the heart and soul of our organization
– thank you!
Thank you to our live auction donors:
Ms. Roxie Susnis & Southwest Airlines
Mr. James Jandora/Merrill Lynch
Ms. Peggy Grimm, Volunteer
Tom & Teresa Kara of Chew on This Dog Barkery, Frankfort
Alsip Nursery, Frankfort
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A special thank you to:
Aileen S. Andrew Foundation
Artistic Touch Hair Salon
Avenue Animal Hospital
Bettenhausen Fiat
Chew on This Dog Barkery
Country Hill Animal Hospital
Debbie Tomasik
Every Good Gift, Palos Hts.
Fetch! Pet Care
The following individuals and businesses provided event sponsorship:
George Tiff
G-Slow Real Estate
Healthy Hounds
Heartland Service Dogs
Heather’s Haus Florist
Intersport, Chicago
Intersport Sports Marketing
Jack Gibbons Gardens
Absolutely Chicago Segway, Chicago
Alison Andrews Salon, Orland Park
All American Dog Grooming, Mokena
Ambrosino’s Italian Deli, Frankfort
AMC Theaters, New Lenox
Ann Ryan, Volunteer
Arrenello’s Pizza, Tinley Park
Aurelio’s Pizza, Homewood
Aurelio’s Pizza, Tinley Park
Bea Quintero (Chicago White Sox)
Bengston’s Pumpkin Farm, Homer Glen
Berkot’s Food Store, New Lenox
Beth & Tim Hughes, Volunteer
Blitzen Canine Academy
Blue Man Group, Chicago
Body Tech Total Fitness, Frankfort
Bonnie Schirato, Lindenhurst
Brannigan Chiropractic,, Orland Park
Brew & Grow, Bolingbrook
Brian Duffy, Blue Island
Bucca diBeppo, Orland Park
Camille Hicks, Volunteer
Canvas on Demand
Carla Gianetti, Volunteer
Carol Goldsberry, Frankfort
Casa Margarita, Orland Park
Cassie Szplett, Volunteer
Cathie Roth, Matteson
Chef Klaus’ Country Cookin’, Mokena
Chew On This Dog Barkery, Frankfort
Chi-Tung Restaurant, Evergreen Park
Chicago Blackhawks
Chicago Botanic Gardens
Chicago Dough Company, New Lenox
Chicago Shakespeare Theatre
Chicago Wolves Hockey
Chicken Wild, Tinley Park
Cindy Unger, Volunteer
Clocktower Resort/Coco-Key, Rockford
Coleen Giancarlo
Cooper’s Hawk Winery, Orland Park
Cracker Barrell, Tinley Park
Darla Thomas, Volunteer
Dawn Petrie
Dawn Rehus, PetSmart
Debbie Gunell
Debbie Tomasik & Bill Von Drasek
Delta Sonic
DeSoto House Hotel, Galena
Diane Wendt
Dinner Detective
Disney World, Orlando
Dorothy Von Drasek
Drs. Foster & Smith
Durbin’s Tinley Park
Dyson Vacuums
Eileen McKinney
Emerald City Theater, Chicago
Emilio’s Tapas Restaurant, Chicago/Hillside
Essence Suites, Orland Park
Every Good Gift, Palos Heights
Expressive Jewelry, Mokena
Extreme Trampolines, Carol Stream
Family Fun Zone, Crest Hill
Firehouse Subs, Orland Park
Flo Wettergren
Flossmoor Station Restaurant, Flossmoor
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Jonker & Associates
Lincolnway Animal Hospital
MACK Companies
Mary Ashcraft LCSW
Massage Envy
McColly Real Estate
MidAmerica Orthopaedics SC
Midnight Mike’s Mobile DJ
Midwest Animal Hospital
Palos Animal Hospital
Pat Siemsen
Pedigree Junction, Inc.
Porte Brown LLC
Quality Care Consulting Services
Rental Max, Orland Park
RJB Properties
Our Auction Donors!
Forest Preserve District of DuPage County
Four Winds Casino, New Buffalo, MI
Frankie’s Ristorante, Tinley Park
Fromm Family Foods, Mequon, WI
Funway Entertainment, Batavia
Galena Cellars, Galena
Gary Muhr, KeHe Foods
Gas N’ Wash, Mokena
Gina Sawyer, Volunteer
Giordano’s Pizza, Orland Park
Granite City Restaurant, Orland Park
Hansen’s Upholstery, Mokena
Harvest Room, Palos Heights
Heather’s Haus Florist, Tinley Park
Hog Wild, Midlothian
Holywood Palms Theater, Naperville
Hollywood Park, Crestwood
Home Depot
Home Run Inn Pizza, Chicago
Hooter’s Restaurants
Horse Thief Hollow Restaurant, Chicago
Howl At The Moon, Chicago
I Cloud
IMPROV, Schaumburg
Jean Eisenbart, Oak Forest
Jenny’s Steakhouse, Mokena
Jerry & Gerda Hug
Jessica Loftus
Jill’s Creative Creations
Jim & Cathy Duffek (The Maids)
James Jandora/Merrill Lynch
Jim Ligue
Jo & Marty Mareno, Oak Forest
JoAnn Long, Volunteer
Joe Hartmann, Volunteer
Joe & Brittany Dinaso
John & Susan Dillon, Volunteer
John Greenan, Volunteer
Joliet Slammer’s Baseball, Joliet
Joy Smith, Volunteer
Judy Bentley, Volunteer
Judy Held, Volunteer
Jump Zone, Mokena
Karen Okerstrom, Weslaco
K9 Tailshakers, Frankfort
Kay Shakerin
Kelly Doherty, Volunteer
Ken & Cheri Mills
Key City Liquors, Kankakee
Kramer Photography, Naperville
Kelli, Lawrence, CPA
Kris Rogde, Volunteer
Kristi Besse, Tinley Park
Las Fuentes Restaurant, Alsip
Laura Randolph (White Sox)
Lauren Connors, Volunteer
Lauren Kronenberg Elge & Justin, Volunteer
Lettuce Entertain You Restaurants
Lincolnway Animal Clinic
Linda Baio, Volunteer
Linda & Dennis Chrapek
Little Beans Café, Chicago
Little Joes Pizza, Tinley Park
Lou Malnati’s Pizza, Northbrook
Lynn White, Volunteer
Mama Kitty (Donna Zawacki)
Maria Villanueva (White Sox)
Marie Schnaitman
Marissa Lewis
Mark Bonk & Leslie Bonk
Marriott Theater, Lincolnshire
Mary & Henry Krolikowski
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Megan Hoerl, Vernon Hills
Meijer Stores, Orland Park
Melissa Zeigler Monroe Pottery
Menards
Michelle Hug—Hemminger, Tinley Park
Michelle Marose
Michelle Skrzynski (Beyond The Bling)
Midnight Mke’s Mobile DJ Service
Midwest Canine Choppers, Chicago
Mile North Hotel, Chicago
Mon Ami Gabi, Oak Brook
Modern Flight Instruction, Naperville
Mr. & Mrs. Hicks, Palos Hills
Murder Mystery Company
Nick’s BBQ, Tinley Park
NYR Organic (Sue Simon)
Oak Brook Hills Resort, Oak Brook
Opulent Beauty, Palos Heights
Orland Bowl, Orland Park
Palos Heath & Fitness Center, Orland Park
Pampered Pooch Dog Grooming, Alsip
Papa Joe’s Restaurant, Orland Park
Paradise 4 PAWS, O’Hare/Midway Airports Area
Paramount Theater, Aurora
Parmesan’s Station, Tinley Park
Parties That Cook, San Francisco
Pat Duggan, Volunteer
Pat Kapala
Pam Mazeika, Volunteer
Pat & Edward Siemsen, EPS Stained Glass
Pawsitively Heaven Pet Resort, Chicago Ridge
Peggy Grimm, Volunteer
Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, Chicago
Perry George Salon, Orland Park
Pet Supplies Plus
P.F. Chang’s Orland Park
Phyllis Meehan, Frankfort
Pizza Hut
Picture People
Pop’s Italian Beef, Chicago
Potter’s Place, Naperville
PRP Wines International, Elk Grove Village
R & B Food & Liquors
Ragin’ Waves Waterpark, Yorkville
Reed’s Canoe Trips, Kankakee
Rialto Square Theatre, Joliet
RJB Properties, Orland Park
Rock Bottom Brewery, Orland Park
Roxanne Tyssen, Tinley Park
Ron & Bernie Jacobs
Rosebud Restaurants, Chicago
Rover.com
Roxie Susnis, Volunteer
Rosebud Restaurant, Chicago
Rover.com
Roxie Susnis, Volunteer
Sam’s Club, Tinley Park
Sanfratello’s Pizza, Tinley Park
Sarah’s Pony Rides, Willow Springs
Sci-Tech Museum, Aurora
Sea World, Orlando
Tall Grass Signs
The Little Guys
The Odyssey Country Club
Tinley Park Kitchen & Bath
Walt’s Food Centers
Wayne & Joan Hochwarter
WGM Systems Heating
William Middleton
Sona Bella Salon, Tinley Park
Southwest Airlines
Squadron OPS Air Combat, Sugar Grove
Stacy Simon, Palos Hills
Star Plaza Theater, Merriville, IN
Steppenwolf Theater, Chicago
Sue Safran, Volunteer
Sue Simon, Volunteer
Sybaris Pool Suites, Frankfort
Sylvia Tomasik
Tall Grass Restaurant, Lockport
Terri Buckley, Volunteer
The Dinner Detective
The Laugh Factory, Chicago
The Little Guys, Mokena
The Odyssey Country Club, Tinley Park
The Original Pancake House, Orland Park
The Roncone Family, Clarendon Hills
The Velasquez Family, Palos Hills
Tin Fish, Tinley Park
Tina Gonzales, Volunteer
Tina Kadow, Homer Glen
Tinley Park Park District
Tinley Park Fire Department
Tom & Teresa Kara (Dancing Marlin)
Trio Restaurant, Palos Heights
Urban Adventure Quest, Orland Park
Vertical Endeavors Rock Climbing, Warrenville
Walmart, Orland Hills
Walter E. Smithe Furniture, Itasca
Walt’s Food Stores
Wayne & Joan Hochwarter, Tinley Park
West Suburban Wellness, Lombard
Wilczek, Donna
Windy City Thunderbolts, Crestwood
Witchy Wearables, Midlothian
Women’s Workout World, Tinley Park
Wyman & Co., Tinley Park
And last, but not least, the generosity
continues with last minute donors!!!
Costco, Orland Park
Lincolnway Animal Hospital, Matteson
The Office Sports Bar & Grill, Crestwood
The Gray Goose Inn, Chesterton, IN
Water’s Edge Golf Club, Worth
Trader Joe’s, Orland Park
Alsip Nursery, Frankfort
For the Birds, Brookfield
Kernel Sweetooth, Tinley Park
Kevin Ervick
Fetch Pet Care
Temple Cleaning Services
Durbin’s Restaurant, Midlothian
Pete’s Wine & Liquors, Worth
The Cheesecake Factory, Orland Park
To all of our anonymous donors – from
Walt’s Corning Ware stamps, to Jewel Rachel
Ray stamps to wine donations – thank you!!
Couldn’t do it without you!!!
To Mr. Andy Avalos
There are no words to describe how grateful
we are that you chose to celebrate our special
night with us. We can only hope you know
that it truly meant the world to us. Thank you
from the bottom of our hearts.
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Medical
Corner
Zoonotic Diseases
Nancy Mulvihill, Ph.D
With all the media attention focusing on Ebola, people are starting to become more concerned about their pets and catching diseases from them or whether or not they can
give their cold or flu to their pet. There are some diseases (zoonotic diseases) that humans can get passed to them from animals by several means: inhalation, contact with
broken skin, ingestion, or contact with mucous membranes and eyes.
Nearly everything you can catch from your dog or cat is preventable and treatable. Properly washing your hands after handling animals is the best prevention along with keeping
your pets healthy and vaccinated. Here are some of the diseases your pet may be sharing
with you:
The most contagious disease is Ringworm, (which is not a worm or parasite); it is a fungal infection of the skin, which can
survive for months on items like clothes and bedding before transferring to your pet. Cats and horses are more susceptible
to ringworm infestation. It is preventable by washing hands, wearing gloves if your pet is infected, and making sure pet
bedding and blankets are washed regularly. Symptoms on your pets would include skin lesions, patches of hair loss with
a red mark in the center. Symptoms on people also include red, circular patches on the skin. It is easily treated with prescription medication including pills and ointments.
Another disease that your pet can share with you is Giardia. Usually found in dogs, this is a waterborne organism that
lives in ponds, streams even puddles in your backyard. This can cause bloody diarrhea in the animals and if spread to humans we can have similar symptoms including diarrhea and gastrointestinal cramping. People can get it by coming in contact with infected animals especially puppies and kittens, that is why it is important to wash your hands after handling
your pets, especially before eating or using the restroom. Both humans and pets can be treated with prescription medication. The best prevention for this is to make sure you have clean drinking water available to your pet and to clean up
after your dog, coming in contact with your pets’ feces, or another animal coming in contact with it can help to spread
the disease.
Rabies is the most well-known zoonotic disease, but in the past century it has become more rare, especially with most
cities requiring annual rabies vaccinations. It was once considered a fatal disease and was easily transmitted by the animal’s
saliva either through a bite to the skin or saliva getting inside an open wound on a person. The disease is still very present
in wild animals including bats, raccoons and skunks. Some symptoms you may see in your pet include behavioral changes,
loss of appetite, foaming at the mouth and staggering when walking. Human symptoms include general weakness,
headache, confusion, flu-like symptoms and possible hallucinations. Treatment is needed immediately, left untreated it
is almost always fatal. If you think your pet was exposed contact your veterinarian immediately.
Join PAWS of Tinley Park for a fun night of
CANDLELIGHT BOWLING!
Cost includes 4 games of double scotch and dinner!
Orland Bowl - 8601 W. 159th St., Orland Park
January 17th, 2015 at 9:30pm
(registration starts at 9:00)
$30 per person (Lanes of 6)
All of the proceeds and donations
go to help homeless and injured pets.
Registration forms available on our website and
at the shelter during business hours.
Please contact the shelter at 815-464-7298
or Shelly Garlic for information at (708)250-5951
or [email protected]
WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPPORT!!!
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I Have Done Something
I looked at all the caged animals in the shelter...
the cast-offs of human society.
I saw in their eyes love and hope, fear and dread, sadness,
and betrayal. And I was angry.
"God," I said, "this is terrible! Why don't you do
something?"
God was silent for a moment, and then He spoke softly,
"I have done something," he replied. "I created you."
-- Author Unknown
Minnie Hochwarter Memorial Fund
A life that touches others goes on forever.
The Minnie Hochwarter Fund was created by Wayne and Joan Hochwarter in the
memory of their beloved dog, Minne. They sell homemade bandanas throughout
the year to benefit the dogs at PAWS. Their donations and the funds they raise
are used for dogs that need extra medical attention. The following dogs have
benefitted from the Minnie Hochwarter Fund:
Bella
Brielle
Brody
Drama
Drama
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Kiko
Lady
Meeka
Oso
Payton
Pluto
Princess
Ramona
Meeka
Sheba
Spirit
Teddy
Thank you Wayne & Joan
for your love and dedication
to the dogs at our shelter.
Minnie
Thank you for
your support
Oso
Spirit (before)
MARY HAGAN
WAYNE & JOAN HOCHWARTER
GABRIELLA KAMROWSKI
RUBINO’S ITALIAN IMPORTS, INC.
LINDA WINTERMANTEL
NANCY WOMACK
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We would love to be home for the holidays!
Dogs:
Fatz – Male - Rat Terrier Mix – 8 years
Kenai – Female - Siberian Husky Mix - 2 years 9 months
Pepper – Female - Australian Cattle Dog – 2 years
Drama – Female - Shepherd Mix - 2 years
Nina – Female - Pit Bull Mix – 4 years
Cats:
Mama – Female – 7 years
Kiki – Male – 2 years
Elliot – Male – 7 months
Tyler – Male – 7 months
Mable – Female - 10 years
Sox 2 – Female – 2 years
Pixie – Female – 4 years
Muffy – Female – 11 years
Willow – Female – 2 years
P.A.W.S reserves the right to refuse any
adoption. Find these adoptable animals
and many more at the shelter or on our
website pawstinleypark.org
Meet Ella
Ella and her 9 puppies
were rescued from the streets of Posen in
July of 2014 by Jennifer Rogalny. Ella had
lived her life on the streets, scrounging for
food, seeking shelter wherever available. Ella has been
treated for heartworm. Once Ella is cleared medically by
the vet, she will be available for adoption.
To date, all the puppies have been adopted. Ella needs a
family that accepts her past and will keep her safe.
Despite her rough start, Ella is a very happy, sweet, loving
dog. If you can open up your home to this beautiful,
courageous girl and help her spend her first Christmas in
a home with a family of her own, please contact P.A.W.S.
We would also like to thank everyone who sent donations to help care for Ella and her puppies.
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Santa is Coming!
Come visit PAWS at the Subaru dealership in Orland Park on Saturday December 13th
from 10am-1pm. Bring your family, cats and dogs to get their picture taken with Santa for
a lasting holiday memory! Don’t have a pet? No problem, PAWS will be there with plenty
of our adoptable animals to help you find your furry soul mate. Subaru will be
serving lunch and handing out goody bags to all that attend!
PAWS will also be part of the Subaru “Share the Love” event from
November 20th- January 2nd. Purchase a car and you can vote for Subaru
to donate $250 to PAWS!
International Subaru Orland Park is located at 8031 W. 159th St. Tinley Park, IL 60477
Thank You
Very Much
Thank You Meadowbrook Services
for keeping our lawn looking beautiful!
to Comfort for Critters for making hundreds of handcrafted
blankets for our shelter animals. They are a wonderful organization that supplies local shelters and rescue groups with blankets
for all kinds of animals. If you are interested in donating
fleece material or yarn, would like to help the make the blankets
or for more information, please visit their website at:
They donate their service to us and ask nothing in
return. We truly appreciate their generosity!
Meadowbrook Lawn Sprinklers
www.ComfortForCritters.org
or email them at [email protected]
18839 S. Wolf Rd. • Mokena, IL 60448
(708) 459-8556
P.A.W.S. Holiday Gift
Certificates Are Here!
The perfect gift for the animal lover.
Give a gift that makes a difference.
Available in any denomination.
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sample
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Holiday Plant Sale
Saturday & Sunday
December 6th & 7th
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
8301 W. 191st St., Tinley Park
Pre-Order Form
Your selected items will be available for pickup at the sale.
Please include check with order made payable to PA.W.S.
Drop off pre-order forms at the shelter or mail to:
P.A.W.S. – P.O. Box 542 Tinley Park, IL 60477
Quantity
Total Cost
Quantity
Total Cost
Poinsettias
Small - $11
Wreaths-Natural
20” $19 each
Medium - $18
24” $21 each
Large - $23
36” $30 each
White Pine Garland
25 ft. - $20
Natural – Decorated w/Bow & Pine Cones
20” - $21 each
75 ft. - $34
24” - $23 each
36” - $33 each
Centerpieces
w/1 Candle - $21
Flocked-Decorated w/Bow & Pine Cones
20” - $24 each
w/3 Candles - $23
24” - $28 each
Swag w/Bow $18
36” - $40 each
Please see reverse side for pictures and credit card billing.
Credit card requests may be emailed to
[email protected]
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Poinsettias
Swag w/Bow
White Pine Garland
1 Candle Centerpiece
Natural Wreaths
with Bows and Pine Cones
Flocked Wreath
Payment informa•on. Please print clearly.
Name_
Address_
City
State
_Zip Code_
Phone
Credit Card #_
Type (MC/Visa/Discover)
Total Cost_
Signature_
Expira on Date_
Credit card requests may be e-mailed to:
[email protected]
100% of the proceeds from this event will benefit the homeless animals at P.A.W.S.
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KidsKorner
Students at Fulton School located in Tinley Park
have “Big Hearts” for the homeless pets at PAWS.
Fulton Brownie Troop 60282 made blankets and
rope pull toys, to help the dogs pass their time
while waiting for their forever home. The girls
also collected items from the shelter’s Wish List.
“These boys and girls earn an A+ in compassion”
Fifth grader, Faith Reilly, also from Fulton School wrote a letter to the
Southtown newsletter when she was in third grade. The letter was
called “Think Adoption” below is her letter:
Dear Editor,
My name is Faith Reilly and I am 9 years old and live in Tinley Park.
I am trying to stop puppy mills.
Puppy mills are places where people breed mother dogs and they
have as many litters as fast as they can, then they sell the puppies
to pet stores. But the puppies are actually very sick when they
come from the puppy mills and some puppies die. Mother dogs
have to spend their entire lives in a cage. So you see puppy mills
are very bad. So I’m trying to get the word out to everyone
because every year people have to pay a lot of vet bills, then they
have to get rid of their dog so lots of dogs don’t have homes.
I think everyone should buy their dogs at shelters.
Fulton School BrownieTroop 60282
You Go Gina………
Fifth grader, Gina Zientara, donated the proceeds
from all the odd jobs she has done. One of the
many jobs she worked was with her mom at the
Tinley Park Farmer’s Market. This isn’t the first
time that Gina helped the shelter. Last summer
she made and sold rainbow loom bracelets.
Fulton’s Student Council collected food, paper
towels, collars and toys to help PAWS’ homeless
animals have a more pleasant stay.
Ashton Brooke, Maddie Brooke and Hanne
Forster had a Kool Aid stand this summer and
raised $115.00 in just two days. AND, THEY
DIDN’T EVEN SELL ANY Kool Aid. What’s funny
about this fundraiser is that their neighbors didn’t
buy anything to drink but did give generous
monetary donations.
Ashton Brooke, Maddie Brooke and Hanne Forster
with foster kittens
Faith Reilly (Future Furry Flyer editor!)
Birthdays, lemonade stands,
bake and garage sales
Many boys and girls asked their family and friends to buy items for
the shelter instead of receiving birthday gifts. Other children had
lemonade stands, NJHS project, garage sales, bake sales, dropped off
flyers to neighbors requesting and collecting donations for PAWS and
there were two children who even put on a play.
The caring boys and girls are:
Jadyn Crittendon
Laura Liden
Zoe Huntoo
Anastasia Galvin
Sarah Johnson
Audrey Zednick
Josie Fitzpatrick
Camille Glenn – National Junior
Honor Society Service Project
Kaitlyn Gudyka
Hailey Parke
Eliza DiDomizio
Alexis Insley
Kaylie Neely
Kevin Gallagher
Katherine Malcom
Jonelle Sarzynski
Madeline Smith
Abby, Mia, Haven and Luke
Sandy Nolan
Michael Granata
Maeve Hart & Caroline Kopecky
Anastasia Galvin
Anastasia Galvin
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Hannah Rahm and her brother Nolan really enjoy
helping out at the shelter. Several times this
dynamic duo could be seen at the shelter early
on a Saturday morning. They would help stamped
thousands of envelopes needed for fundraisers,
fold laundry, take out the trash and Hannah’s
favorite thing to do is organize. She really enjoys
straightening up the closet and organizing the dog
and cat can food in the cabinets. This brother and
sister team are extremely hard workers that truly
lending a hand.
Hannah & Nolan with their rescued pets
Schools
Kerr Middle School –
National Junior Honor Society
Sixth Grade Center in Crete –
Allissa, Sam, Gena & Selena
Arbor Park NJHS Service Project –
Kristin Kavalauskas and Vejune Sidaugaite
Arbury Hills School – Spirit Club
St. Jude Catholic School – Helping Hands Group
Kolb Elementary School – Service Club
Scouts
Boy Scouts Troop 318 Eagle Project –
Brady Walter made and sold cat trees
Andrew or Brady Walter ?? Text
says Brady, photo says Andrew
Frankfort Junior Girl Scouts
Troop 815
Girl Scouts Troop 130 –
Service Project
Brownie Troop 60003
Troop 60136 – Lauren Gallivan,
Amanda & Brian Ostrander
Troop 6500 –
Caitlin & Lauren Herald
Brownie Troop 60003
Ginger Fish Troop 748 –
Laura Loranger
Brownie Troop 60180
Junior Girl Scouts 815
Girl Scout Troop 60483
Troop 297
Kolb Elementary School
Our Mother of Good Counsel Parish –
Vacation Bible School
Spencer Point School
St. Anthony of Padua
Central Middle School – Animal Club
St. Anthony Preschool in Frankfort
St. Damian School in Oak Forest
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St Damian's donation with Oso
Anastasia (8) and Theodore(5)
Nakos from Frankfort donated
all money raised from their
lemonade stand
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Four Ways
Retractable
Leashes Can Be
Dangerous
Retractable leads are long leashes that extend to allow
your dog to roam freely. According to the ASPCA and many
veterinarians it might be time to ditch it. Here’s why:
1. The leash can get caught on you, your dog, a cyclist or
jogger and cause tripping, rope burn, cuts and even
strangulation.
2. When you use a retractable leash, you’re opening your
dog up to all sorts of danger, including those posed by
less-friendly dogs, bikes and cars. You may not be able
to hit the brakes in time.
3. Retractable leashes allow your dog to approach other
dogs uninvited. Other pet parents may not want their
dog to greet your dog for a variety of reasons, including
your own dog’s health and safety.
4. Perhaps worst of all, should you drop the leash in a busy
area, its sudden retraction and the noise the handle
makes when dragging on pavement can terrify even the
most even- heeled dogs. That means your dog is much
more likely to bolt.
These are just four reasons why not to use retractable
leashes and we’re sure there are many more. The ASPCA
is recommending the good old six-foot leash when you’re
on busy streets.
We would like to thank...
for selecting P.A.W.S. as the recipient
of the profits from their annual birthday bash.
They generously donated $4,000 to help
with the care of our homeless animals.
I’ll Be Doggone is located at:
9620 Willow Lane • Mokena, IL 60448
In memory of
the following beloved pets:
Bambi by Lyn Thomas
Bandit by Dale Skibinski
Bandit by Robin Lauren
Bonzi by Eileen Mahoney
Boots, Major, and Mittens Vandercook by Lois Vandercook
Buddy beloved pet of Karen Beran by Robin Lauren
CiCi by Mom & Dad and Alan Pringle
Cookie beloved pet of Jim & Nancy Koran by Marlene
Nelson
Gobi by Sarah, Angel and Honey Sawyer
Holly beloved pet of Stan & Char Piekosz by Marlene
Nelson
Lola by Jo and Joan
Maggie by Judith Christensen
Maggie - Beloved companion of Phyllis and Dennis
Sproven by John & Susan Dillon
Missy, Sasha, Ruffles and Maggie by Wayne & Gloria
Tomczak
Murray by Christine M. Ross
Nala by Marianne Pawlak
Padula Pups by Patricia Padula
Peanut by June Zellick
Penny-Hana, Emmi-Hana, Tisha, Lassie, Tweeter, and Jiro
by Mr. & Mrs. F. J. Gorski
Princess Avalos by Midwest Animal Hospital
Scout - Beloved cat of the Boss Family by Ron and Pat
Wilfinger
Shorty by Philip Valois
Xander by Lola
In honor of....
Willi Beil – Carol Coners and MaryEllen Soukup
Amy Boyle – Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Donna
Carter
Grace's Sixth Birthday – Karen and Keith Schutt
Zoe Huntoon's 10th Birthday
Gerry Kerestes – Debi Kerestes
Meow Vandercook – Lois Vandercook
Loretta Miller's Birthday – Loretta Miller, Karen Ciesielski,
Constance Martin, Karin Floyd, Janet Szczender & Krista
Attreau
Allison O'Brien's Birthday – Debbie Faught
Lynn Olson – Mary Kay McSheffery
Pat Reid – This donation is on behalf of all the cats in our
family. It is their Christmas gift. I chose Tinley Park PAWS
because of my longtime friend, Pat Reid, who volunteers
at PAWS.
Sue Safron – Joeline Klein
Rence Sleeman Family – Amy Dobrez
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Gifts made in loving memory of....
Bertha Acuff by Kwalyti Tooling
Leo Andrews by Bob Austin, Dolores Mauloff, Glenn Frank
Laura April by Silicon Valley Foundation
Tazer Bechtel Massage Envy of Tinley Park
Joy Beeson by Norma and Ralph Suchomel
Phillip Bless by Brenda Glynn
Debbie Bogan
Eleanor Buchen by Adele Aurenz, George & Natalie Ruther,
Thomas & Doris Sundahl and Linda Mitchell
Henry Busch by Christiane Bush
Patricia Clausen Pat & Shauna West, Gerald Ryan, The
Ryan Family, Paula Knierim, Law Offices of Ronald N.
Primack, LLC and Cynthia Rega
Kym Copps by Dorothy Riesbeck
Corrine and Garland Deinert by Maureen Rogers
Dan Colce by Joanne Frediana and Raceway Sales Co,
Bill & Terry Neary
Nick Dosen by Andrea Misek and Nancy Ahlstedt
Bill Dyer – A lover of animals and a friend to all by Tracy
Hunter
Anna Felley - Beloved mother of the Rydberg Family by
Eric and Linda Hennariches, Jay & Karen Smith, Jennifer
McClary, James Smith, Mary Ellen Carlson, Jennifer
Clydesdale, Debbie Browning, William Browning, Bev
Bailey, Catharine White, Roseann Dawson, Shawa
Sikkema, Joseph Stanik, Kim Krauss, Joel Smith,
Dr. Dudik, Ron Aleo, Sandra Haraf
Nick Filomeno by Gina and Mark Ruttle
Carol Freitag by Wolinak Funeral Home, Rita Labarbara,
and Henry Freitag
Betty Graham by Prairie Contractors
Sue Hall by Jennifer & William Voss, Eileen & Greg Meyer
Sue Hall and Bella by Celine Kilburg
Delores (Dolly) Hartman by Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hartman
and Laurie Glazer
Barbara Heidegger by Steve & Nancy Horvath
James Herrmann by Donna Martinek, Charles & Kelly
Schaefer, Diane Nippoldt and The Chuck Schaefer Family
Joan Hofstetter by Barb Moses, David and Rose Ederer,
Joan Quaglia
Roseanne Kabat by Robert Kabat and Patricia Harp
Shirley Koopman by Alice Dukelow, Bill and Barb McArthur
Priscilla Krueger by Maureen Rogers
Richard Laushot by Jeannine Laushot
David Lemke by Jim and Geri Davis
Gerald Lynch by Patricia Harp
Patricia Lushsinger by Mary Catherine Polley
Jacqueline McFarland by Beverly McFarland
Irene Michael by Ruth Heylek
Kenneth Alan Mikuta by DLA Piper LLP
Stella Milarczyk by Connie & Greg Brenzing & Beauty
Diane Mokrzycki
James Mottys by Leona Andruska
Tom Murray by Marimonica Murray
Loraine Nizienty by Alan Nizienty
Grayce Nickerson by Linda Wezgren
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Dorothy Norlock by Nancy Munis, Mary Lynch and Thomas
J. Wilson, MD
Lynn Olson by Mary Kay McSheffrey
Jean Parnau by Richard Parnau, Jack & Pamela Kormaniak,
Ronald & Debra Paape
Darline Pence by Linda Fitzgerald, Keith & Jean Hultsch,
George Bunnell, D.D.S., Sharon Reimer, Barbara Haase,
Judith Wardzala
Susan Penciak by Edith Mahmaji
Carol Pliml by Charlene Gromala
Kristina Richards by Raymond and Joan Romanus
Gwen Rydberg – Beloved mother of the Rydberg Family
Geraldine Shipman by Donna Spatz, Sharon O’Donnell and
Sandy Bowman
Mary Siegan by Andrea Gerber
Paula Silva
Bonnie Silverman by Diane Hirsch
Robert Lee Smith by Joliet Jr. College Police Department,
Debra Goff
Ann Stasukaitis by Mary Mueller
Steven Story by Marilyn Pringle
Carole Sytsma by Marlene Nelson
Toni, Beloved mother of Christine Barcikowski by
Shannon Myers
Emil Viduna by Beth Berenson
Keith Walenga by Marianne & Stuart Switt
Thomas Walsh by Tony & Geraldine Walsh & Family,
Maggie & Danny Murphy, John Walsh & Family
Alex White by Steve LoFurno
John Zimmer by Beverly Bush
Ann Marie Syrek by Randall Kuber, Chicago Fireman’s
Credit Union
Gail Sebastian by Karen Sebastian, Mrs. John O’Shea, Ken
& Polly Evans and Cynthia Retel
Bradley Tollefsen by Dan & Jeanann Oliva
2014 Spring PAWS Cause
JEAN BUGNER
JOHN & T. DIANNE CHENIER
JAMES GUENETTE
MARY MCDONALD
JOAN MILLER
ARLEEN OAKLAND
VIVIAN PFEIFFER
JANICE RICHMAN
MARGARET SHERRY
LINCOLNWAY EAST GIRL'S BADMINTON
Sponsor a Pet
SARA COOLEY
SUSIE WALL
CASSANDRA KITCHENMASTER
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Donations from Businesses and Foundations
4 PAWS Playhouse
A Better Resume Service
All About Music, Inc.
Amazon Smile Foundation
AT&T Employee Giving Campaign on
behalf of Christine Chesna
AT&T Employee Giving Campaign on
behalf of Todd Sallay
Avenue Animal Hospital
B Allan Graphics
Boston’s Gourmet Pizza Restaurant Tinley Park
BP on behalf of John Chisholm
BP on behalf of Mallory K. Neuberg
BP on behalf of Jennifer M. Payne
BP Fabric of America Foundation
Barnabas Foundation Stewards Fund
Benevity Community Impact Fund
Blitzen K9 Academy
Bryan, William - Attorney
Carpet Time of Mokena
Chef Klaus - Bad Santa fundraiser
Chew on This Barkery - Frankfort
Chicago 100.3
Coca Cola Refreshments
Comfort for Critters
Country Hill Animal Hospital
Coyne Veterinary Services
DBA Fetch! Pet Care
Diamond Dancesport II, Inc.
Dog Collar Boutique
Elaborations
Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
First Clearing, LLC
FIS
Frankfort Animal Clinic
Frankfort United Methodist Church
Goodheart - Willcox Publisher
Great Lakes Bank on behalf of Eric Lopez
Hair Cut of Orland Park - Keith Desanto
Harald Viking Lodge 13
Heather’s Haus Florist - Tinley Park
Heartland Service Dogs
Hickory Creek Nursery
Home Depot - Frankfort
I’ll Be Doggone Bakery
JP Morgan Chase Foundation
JP Morgan Global Philanthropy
Joseph and Clare Marshall Foundation
K 9 Tailshakers
Kirkland & Ellis Foundation
LaPar Animal Hospital
Lincoln-Way Community High School
Lowe’s Home Centers Inc.
Markel Corporation on behalf of James
Elizalde
Marley Candles
Marquette Bank
Massage Envy Spa of Tinley Park
Meadow Brook Animal Clinic
MBS Meadowbrook Services - Mokena
Melka Landscaping and Nursery
Merrill Lynch - Jim Jandora
MidAmerica Orthopaedics
Midwest Animal Hospital
Morgan Stanley Cybergrants
Network for Good
New Lenox Kindercare
Oak Lawn Toyota
Opulent Beauty Salon
Palos Animal Hospital
P & C Apartments
PetPalooza
Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts
RS Horizon Ventures
Ruff Management
South Suburban Chihuahua Rescue
The Dolores & Donald Burnett Foundation
The Nurses of St. James Recovery Center
Thomas Decorating
Tinley Park Kitchen & Bath Shoppe
Tinley Park Public Library
Tinley Park Public Library on behalf of
Richard Wolff & Susan Dienes
TRUIST
United Way
Village of Frankfort Administration and
Police Department
WTMX, WILV, WDRV
Village of Orland Park Employees - Live
Well Team - Keith Hovorka, Patricia
Jensen-Smith, Donna Kargol, Deborah
Kenter, Mary Klinger, Donna Krzebiot,
Loretta Mavrovic, Cynthia Menna, Liz
Nowak, Steven Przybylski, Joseph
Quinn, Maureen Wentz, Terry Williams
P.A.W.S. thanks you for your generous donations throughout the
year. Unfortunately, the cost of printing and mailing the Furry Flyer
has been increasing greatly over the past few years. In an effort
to reduce our printing and postage costs and maintain our concerted
effort to give totally to our orphaned animals, we will be changing
how we acknowledge our donors. Because we value all our supporters,
donations less than $500 will be acknowledged on our new website.
Donations over that amount will continue to be acknowledged in the
Furry Flyer. We thank you for your understanding, and helping us to
devote more of your donations to the continued care of our animals.
Thanks to all who attended our
SOLD OUT Bingo on November 8th!
You helped raise over $8,000 for our
shelter animals.
Special thanks to our raffle donors:
• Midwest Animal Hospital, Orland Park
• Every Good Gift, Palos Heights
• Heather’s Haus Florist, Tinley Park
• Boston’s Restaurant, Tinley Park
• I’ll Be Doggone, Mokena
• Sue Safran, Volunteer
• Debbie Tomasik
Jazz Mateja
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P.A.W.S. would like to thank the following individuals for their donations and support:
Alafogianis, Sara
Anderson, Barbara
Andresen Family
Andruska, Leona
April, Laura
Arndt, David and Nancy
Ash, Jennifer
Aspan, Rick
Augle, R. W.
Bailey, Charlene
Bailey, Mary
Baio, Nick
Barkus, Joan
Basile, Frank & Patricia
Bedillion, Joann
Behlke, Louise
Benes, Carolann
Bentley, Judy
Beshaar, Shane
Biere, Verlyn
Blecker, Keith
Bobich, Mary
Bock, Patricia
Bolhuis, Egbert & Jean
Bonk, Leslie
Bowser, Jean
Brady, Margaret
Brand, JoAnn & Michael
Bravo, Debra
Brejcha, Carole & Raymond
Bretnal, Edwina
Brooks, Jayson
Bruettig, Aleta
Bryan, William
Brylant, Cherel
Buchholz, William & Linda
Bugner, Jean
Bunte Family
Burnt, Sandra
Bush, Beverly
Butler, Margaret & Robert
Bverber, John
Cacciato, Carol
Callen, Patricia
Campana, Charlene
Campbell, John & Donna
Cardinal, Joseph
Cassata, Phyllis
Cassello, Casey
Cassello, Teal
Castaner, Angel and Carmen
Chisholm, John
Cieselewicz, Carol & Raymond
Cirillo, Terese
Cisneros, Arturo and Silvia
Cleary, Mary
Clifford, Yvonne
Cocanig, Debbie
Coen, Caroline
Coffey, Ken
Collins, Thomas
Coltri, Tina
Combs, Phyllis
Conway, Margaret
Cooley, Dr. & Mrs. David
Corrao, Lisa
Coughlin, Kim
Coutre, Randy
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Cox Family
Coyle, Tammie
Cruise, Kelly
Curierre, Anne
Dahlberg, Robert
Daley, John
Dambrauskas, Joseph
Dampier, Barb
Danaher, Robert
Dangelo, Laverne
Davis, Eleanor
Day, LuAnn
Day, Wesley
Dee, Diane
Delek, Janet & Mike
Delicco Family
DeLuca, Loretta & Clement
Demarco, Mary Ann
Dewane, Patricia
Dilezal, Nikki
Dillon, Matthew
Dittmann, Ernest
Dobrez, Amy
Dolan, Dorothy
Dolce, Joan
Donnelley, Thomas and Andrea
Donovan, Mary
Dopp Primbas, Linda
Doyle, Kelly
Dudek, Cynthia
Duff, Barbara
Duffy, Sharon
Dukelow, Alice
Dunne, Nancy
Durkin, Albert
Dusiak, Dawn
Duszak, Elaine
Dwyer, Donald
Earls, Jordan
Edgeworth, Kevin
Eiden, Carol
Elder, Ellie
Elgas, Jaime
Elizalde, James & Debra
Endres, Ellen
Erfft-Brown, Jennifer
Esposito, Joseph
Evans, Marlene
Fahey, Jamie
Falkenthal, William
Farber, Richard
Farrell, Roberta
Faul, Mary
Fawcett, Carol
Fazzini, Lauren
Feehery, Aimee
Figurowski, Pat
Fishella, Karen
Fitzgerald, Deborah
Flaherty, Mark and Alice
Floes, Nancy & Jesse
Forester, Paula
Frainey, Patrick
Fricano, Edna
From, Becky and Leroy
Frus, Fred
Fulton, James
Galvin, Laura
Garoufalis, T. Mark and Lenore
Gascoyne, Sandra
Gass, Sandra & Prietz, Roger
Geiger. Roy
Gendusa, Geraldine
Geovanes, Judith
Gerrity, Raymond
Gerry, Samantha
Geske, Thomas
Gianetti, Carla
Giangrande, Linda
Gibson, Kay
Gill, Kay
Gilroy-Green, Priscilla
Glasner, Julie
Goldberry, Carol
Goldstein, Gerald
Goodman, Frank
Gorman, Marelyn
Gorski, Cheryl
Gorski, F. J.
Gorski, F.J. Mr. & Mrs.
Graffis, Michael
Greco, Edwina
Groskopf, Barbara
Grzyb, Loretta & Alan
Guenette, James
Haack, Barbara
Haase, Barbara
Hagan, Mary
Haiser, Pat
Hales, Tina
Halpin, M.
Harley, Ronald
Harry, Nancy
Hassel, Julie
Haucke, Richard
Hayes, Adam & Mary
Hewitt, Molly
Hillblom, Joann
Hobbs, Aurie
Hobson, Jeff
Holtane, Phyllis
Horn, Kenneth and Carol
Horvath, Steve and Nancy
Hug, Gerda
Hug, Gerda & Jerry
Hunter, Jeanne & William
Jacobett, Barbara & Fred
James, Jeffries
Janiak, Joann
Jasaitis, Loraine
Jefferson, Sylvia
Jester, Joy
Johnson, Brian and Karen
Johnson, Katherine
Johnson, Marilyn
Johnston, Janice
Jones, Donald & Ricarda
Jones, Eloise
Jones, Robert
Jones, Robert & Christine
Judith
Jurman III, John
Justin, Janet
Kaduk, Charles
Kagel, J.L. & P.A.
Kalmes, Mr. & Mrs. Robert
Kamenczak, Barbara
Kamrowski, Gabriella
Kapala, Matthew
Kapica, K.M.
Karli, Michelle
Kasch, Kenneth
Kasch, Marilyn
Kavanaugh, Donna
Kearby, G.
Kendra, Jeanette
Kennedy, Mary
Kenny, Emily
Kerbs, Lawrence & Ann
Kerr, Michelle
Kerr, Ursula & Jeff
Kilmczak, Andrea
Kimmey, Gloria
Kimsey, Sheri
Kitchenmaster, Cassandra
Kiwior, Mark & Trish
Klyasheff, Susan
Knowles, Rosemary
Kobza, Marie
Kobzaruk, Donna
Koehler, Janice & William
Koenig, Roger
Koller, Donna
Kopman, Dennis & Jo Ann
Kopman, Sharon
Koswenda, Theresa
Koziol, Pam
Kozowski, Judith
Krech, Elizabeth & Donald
Krick, Florence
Krolilowski, Mary
Kropp, Laurie
Krueger, Kurt
Krueger, Nicole
Krueger, Susan
Krutulis, John
Kryzminski, Michele
Ksycki, George and Deborah
Kusek, Barb
Kust, Janet
Kuzera, John M.D. & Silvers,
Karen
Kuzmanich, Eva
Lakomecki, Charles
Lamb, MB
Lau, Mary
Lave, Laura
Lavenka, Patricia
Lawton, Michael
Lazzara, Susan
Legreid, Karen
Leib, James
Lentz, Millicent
Leo, Diane
Leon, Rose Marie
Leppert, Milton
Lerner, Patty
Levin, Angela
Lewis, Margaret
Lind, Joan
Lis, Arlene
Litke, Renee
Lohn, Judy
Loy, Jodie
Lozanski, Rose
Ludwig, Lori
Lulewicz, John
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P.A.W.S. would like to thank the following individuals for their donations and support:
Lynch, Connor
Lyons, Judith
Macejak, Kathy
Mack, Mary
Macklin, Kenneth
Maclean, Elfriede
Maclean, Mary
Madera, Penny
Malinowski, Mike
Malone, Janet
Mance, James
Marino, Mr. & Mrs.
Marshall, Mary
Martin, Michelle
Martin, Valerie
Maudsley, Linda
Mayes, Robin
Mazzuca, Mark
McBride, Sandra
McBurney, William III
McCarthy, Georgette
McGarvey, M.
McGee, Jerry & Geri
McGovern, Jeanine
McGovern, Sharon
McNamara, Daniel
Meinecke, Tina
Melka, Annette
Melnik, Maurice
Mendez, Alice
Mendoza, Kim
Mendoza, Trey
Mergesky, Sarah
Meyer, Linn & Mike
Miernicki, Mary
Mierzwa, Elaine
Mikels, Kathryn
Mikula, Terri
Miller, Lester and Cheryl
Miller, Linda
Miller, Nancy
Mirsky, Adrian
Mocadlo, Louise & Stanley
Moen, Bill & Mary
Molenaar, Ronald
Moloney, Mary Kay
Montelpasse, Tammy
Morado, Kathleen
Morgan, Glenda
Morgan, John & Diane
Morrow, Joleen & William
Muchnik, Janet & Melvyn
Muczynski, Dennis
Muhr, William
Mulvey, Matthew
Murphy Family
Murtaugh, Deborah
Nacik, Mr. & Mrs. John
Nash, Louise
Nelson, Bob & Linda
Nelson, Kenneth & Diane
Nelson, Theodora
Nemcek, John
Nettle, Sean
Neuberg, Mallory
Nita, Carol
Noel, Nancy
Noffke, Guy
Nueberg, Mallory
Nurses of St. James Recovery
Center
Nutley, Debra
O’Brien, Pam
Ochwat, Veronica
O’Connell, Carole
O’Connor, Michael
O’Dell, Susan
O’Hara, Michael
Olesky, Dolores
Olson, Richard & Elaine
O’Malley, Jack, Judy, and Molly
O’Neil, James
Opon, Mitzie
Ornder, Brian
Orzech, Joe & Janet
Osborn, Judith
Paape, Debra
Pajkos, Nancy
Palagi, Elizabeth
Palko, Elisabetha
Passananti, Frank
Passas, George & Catherine
Pastiak, Susan
Patel, Shilpa
Patrick, David
Pattenaude, Mr. & Mrs.
Paul, Barbara
Pavlock, Justine
Pawlak, Marianne
Payne, Jennifer
Pechota, Iris
Pecord, Marie
Pelech, Janet
Perillo, Pamela
Peterson, Lana
Peterson, Lorraine
Petit, Jeanne
Pfeiffer, Vivian & Richard
Phelan, Susan
Plecki, Jacob
Plecki, Joyce
Plonka, Donna
Plummer, Debra
Pocius, Judy
Powell, Megan
Price, Jacqueline
Primack, Ronald
Pryal, Patty
Quattrochi-Tubin, Susan
Quinlan, Linda
Rea, Tyler
Rebeck, Eileen
Reed, Karen
Reeves, Carol
Reid, Pat
Reimer, Sharon
Repec, Patricia
Rettke, Edward & Jean
Richards Family
Richards, Joseph
Richman, Janice
Rodrian, Carol
Rogde, Kristina
Rogers, Maureen
Rokaitis, William
Rosenstein, John & Marcell
Rourke, Deborah
Ruttle, Mark, Gina & Qimie
Rychetsky, Matthew
Rydberg, Cheryl
Sadow, Benjamin & Laurie
Sandoval, Eileen
Sano, Daniel
Sarzynski, Jonelle
Sawyer, Sarah
Scanlan, Harriett
Schmidt, Doreen
Schrank, Thera
Schroeder, Chris & Shawn
Schwartz, Shirley
Senese, Angelina DVM
Shannon, Olive Estate
Shaw, Ken & Roslyn
Sherry, Margaret
Shugarts, Stephanie
Sikora, Donna
Sim, Cynthia
Simon, Becky
Simon, Sue
Simonsis, Richard
Sinars, Edwin
Singer, Betty
Skowronski, Delores
Sleeman, Renee
Smit, Janet
Smith, George
Smith, Richard
Smithberg, Delores
Smoda, Donna
Sokol, Shelly
Sopko, Beverly
Spiel, Linda
Spych, Richard & Barbara
Srachta, Georgiana
Stalcup, Joseph
Standring, Robert
Stanevicius, Lori
Staros, Candice
Steele, John
Stefanik, Edward
Stone, Jeffrey and Jo Ellen
Strangis, Lorraine
Stratton, Alan
Stratton, Sharon
Streeter, Friska
Strugieliski, Casey
Sulka, Dennis & Susan
Svabek, Lawrence & Kathleen
Sweas, Sharon
Swyndroski, Larry
Tadevich, Jill
Tadey, Gloria
Tadey, Stephen
Taylor, Judith
Thigpen, Jean
Thomas, Ethelinda
Thompson, Glenn
Thompson, Sandra
Tinervia, Cindy
Tinics, Lenore
Tinley Park Seniors Luncheon
Tondini, Toula & John
Tooling, Kwalyti
Toomey, Nancy
Toth, Steve & Irene
Triff, George
Truitt, Elizabeth
Truitt, Linda
Tuuk, Patricia
Unger, Zach
Valenti, Peter
Valois, Philip
VanderCook, Lois and Meow
VanKlef, Hannah
Vokt, Andrew
Wagner, Bernice
Walega, Pam and Rick
Walker, Margaret
Walsh, Paula
Walsh, Tommy and Rosin
Walters, Sandra
Watts, Mary Kaye
Wayne, Elaine & Bonnie
Wegrzyn, Marion
Weiss, Linda
Weissman, Ken & Pat
Wencel, Brian
Wendling, Carol
Wexler, David
White, Marisol
Whitlow, Sharon
Whitney, Patricia & John
Wideman, Dennis
Wiemer, Nancy
Williams, Jodi
Wilson, Carol
Wilson, Thomas MD
Wiser, Paul
Woelfer, Carol
Woeltje Family
Wojciak, Corinne
Wojcik, Rod
Wolfe, Robert & Susan
Wortel, Melissa
Wyrobek, Donna
Yocco, Amanda
Young, Charles
Young, Krista
Yucaitis-Jarzembowski,
Marilyn
Zabrocki, Ed & Emily
Zacharski, Art
Zaidenberg, Laura
Zajzc, Thomas
Zapata, Lydia & George
Zehner, Norman
Zima, Susan
Zlotkowski, Charlotte
Zugenbuehler, Linda
Donations received by October
25th 2014 are listed above. If your
gift is not reflected in this issue, It
may be that the copy was already
at the printer. Thank you to ALL of
the individuals, groups, businesses
and foundations that make
financial donations to the shelter. If
not for your support, we wouldn’t
be able to continue our most
important work.
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$50 Family Membership
$500 Life Membership
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PAWS Cause (provides medical needs
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General Membership Meetings are held the last Tuesday of the
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Check the website for updates
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Emergency Vet
Numbers
Animal Emergency of Mokena
19110 S. 88th Ave., Mokena
708-326-4800
Emergency Veterinary Care
13715 S. Cicero Ave., Crestwood
708-388-3771
Board Members
Vicki Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . President
Peggy Grimm . . . . . . . . . 1st Vice President
Terri Buckley . . . . . . . . 2nd Vice President
Pat Duggan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Treasurer
Nancy Mulvihill . . . . . . . . . . . . . Secretary
Shelly Garlic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Director
Bill Sineni. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Director
Kriz Kaczmarek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Director
John Greenan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Director