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June Adoption Clinic and Microchipping -- Birkdale

Saturday June 26, 2010 Project Halo will be holding their Animal Adoption Fair and Microchip Clinic in Birkdale Village (16836 Birkdale Commons Parkway) in Huntersville, NC.  The clinic will be held on the grassy area in front of Starbucks from 11:30am to 2:30pm. The cost for microchipping will be $20.  Come out and help support and find a new best friend and give them their forever home.

Project Halo (Helping Animals Live On) is a non-profit, NO-KILL rescue organization based in Charlotte, N.C. They are a 100% volunteer organization and are privately funded. Without volunteers and private donations they would not exist. They rescue homeless, stray and unwanted dogs. They take care of all the vet work including shots, sterilization and heartworm treatment, when necessary. All of Project HALO's animals are vet current and sterilized prior to adoption. They feel that this is the only way to run an animal shelter in a responsible manner. All donations are fully tax-deductible. You can mail donations directly to Project HALO: PO Box 667924 Charlotte, NC 28266 or visit them on the web at: www.projecthalo.net

Watch Project HALO's animal adoption segment on Fox's "The Edge" every Tuesday night at 10:30 sponsored by Parks Chevrolet

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