Pounds for the Pound: Punishers LEMC delivers dog food and smiles to “no-kill” shelter
BAY MINETTE, Ala. (BIKER DAD)– Pounds for the Pound. The Punishers LEMC delivered dog food and smiles to North Baldwin County Alabama’s “no-kill” animal shelter. Alabama Coastal Chapter’s VP, Andrew “Sack” Earl headed up the six-month effort to collect food and other supplies for the animals.
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“One bag can’t save them all. But maybe one bag can save one,” Sack said. But they collected far more than one. In fact, as a result of the drive, they were able to deliver more than one ton of food and supplies Saturday. The club says the cause fits right into their motto “In Service to Others,” even if those “others” are animals.
You can learn more about the Punishers Alabama Coastal Chapter on their Facebook page.