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Cecil County’s Volunteers of the Year

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Paula Trout, PAWS Member, recognized as one of Cecil County’s Volunteers of the Year: County recognizes volunteers of the year. Cecil County Executive Tari Moore and the County Council recently recognized 17 individuals for devoting hundreds of hours of volunteer time to help others in their community during 2013. The annual recognition event has evolved over the years… Click here to read more

Beebe Healthcare Offers Pet Therapy

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Starting in November, Beebe Healthcare is offering pet therapy to patients, visitors, and employees at the Medical Center in Lewes. This program was created through a partnership between Beebe Healthcare and PAWS for People… Click here to read the rest of the article!

Offering one-on-one animal-assisted therapy and comfort

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Click here to read more about this Delaware Online article.

UD alumna, Cassie Gonce, to study therapy dog interaction

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Cassie Gonce, a University of Delaware alumna, has been working with therapy dogs since she was an undergraduate student… Click here to read more!

Delaware Online: Wag n’ Walk 5K

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6th annual PAWS for People Wag n' Walk 5K run Saturday, Oct 25, 2014 at Glasgow Park in Bear, Del.

Lily and Laura McGrath at General Wayne Elementary School

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 Lily's role as a therapy dog is to bring joy and comfort to others, plain and simple… Click here to read more

PAWS for Reading at Cecil College

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The PAWS for Reading pets are all ears and will be in the library on October 11 ready to hear a story… Click here to read more!

RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) Outstanding Volunteer Award

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"Rick Altemus & his therapy dog, Chip, were nominated by PAWS' Cassie Gonce…"

Newton One Supports Pet Therapy at duPont Hospital for Children

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"When Tom Hollinger and Bill Denney, partners at Newton One LLC, a financial consulting firm, heard about the opportunity to make a real difference for patients at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children through pet therapy, they jumped at the chance…"

Middletown summer camp for children with Down syndrome outdoes itself

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