Animal center holds calendar contest

Helen Woodward Animal Center is holding a “My Pet Rocks” calendar contest through Aug. 15. Show off your pet while supporting the orphaned pets and programs at HWAC.

An entry fee of $25 guarantees your pet will have its photo in the 2010 HWAC calendar. Encourage friends and family to vote for your pet to win a full-page space in the calendar.

For full rules or to enter the contest, visit www.animalcenter.org. Contact Ashley Baran for more information: (858) 756-4117, ext. 351.

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