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  Gallery owner Wendy McDaris has generously agreed to donate a portion of her income from her current show (through 12/28) to the CGHS and the Columbia Land Conservancy.  The exhibit features several artists whose bodies of work focus on natural environments and the animals and birds that inhabit them.  She is hosting a special […]

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Pet Photos with Santa at CGHS/SPCA

Posted Tuesday at 1:15pm | Topics: General News

Dec 8

  On Saturday, December 12, Santa Clause will be visiting the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA for photos with pets. Santa will be available from 12 noon to 3:00 p.m., with no appointment necessary. Santa is asking participants for a $20 donation to the shelter, and he will email you your Holiday photo. Renowned photographer Jerry Freedener […]

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Help Yourself & Help Your Community

Posted Tuesday at 1:07pm

Dec 8

Help Yourself & Help Your Community! Every subscription purchased gives $10 to a local charity of your choice.     Subscribe to the Ravena-News Herald, Greene County News, Chatham Courier, Mountain Eagle or the Windham Journal and Columbia-Greene Media will donate $10 for each subscription sold to a participating local charitable organizations. Only $60/Year

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Home for the Holidays for Peter

Posted Thursday at 12:56pm | Topics: General News

Dec 3

  At two years old, Peter has now spent half his life at the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA waiting for a new home. Peter came to CGHS/SPCA last November because, as the new dog in the house, he wasn’t getting along with the other animals.   Sadly, Peter has been overlooked by hundreds of families. He […]

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The Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA has received a $75,000 grant from the PARC Foundation to support the low-cost veterinary clinic at the shelter. The clinic is open to the public, catering to pet owners with limited incomes, and offers services for cats, dogs, and rabbits. These services include spay/neuter, minor surgeries, vaccinations, health testing, flea/tick and […]

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