Poster sale to benefit animal shelter

| December 4, 2014

posterCOSHOCTON – A custom-made poster has been produced for the Coshocton County Animal Shelter to raise funds for the animals at the shelter.

The 19- by 26-inch poster was created by Shelter volunteer Phil Samuell of Gambier, who donated his design and photography skills along with The Watkins Printing Company of Columbus, who donated the printing of the four-color poster.

The poster is for sale at $5 each and would make a great gift for the dog lover you might know. Samuell photographed five dogs in the back of his 1950 International Harvester pickup truck for the poster image.

“This is an amazing gift to us,” said Ivy Farley, Coshocton County Animal Shelter co-director. “The funds raised from the sale of this poster will go toward medicines for the animals. Of course, we have a long list of needs at the shelter, so any gift is appreciated and well-used. Since the poster was donated, all money raised from the sale of this poster will go right into the Shelter.”

Contact the shelter at 622-9741 to learn how you may purchase this poster.

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