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Photo submittedDue in part to a grant from the Order of Elks Grand Lodge National Foundation, local Middlesboro Elks Lodge No. 119 again this year donated $250 to the Friends of the Bell County Animal Shelter, a non-profit animal welfare organization whose members work hard to help reduce the number of unwanted animals in Bell County. Friends of the Shelter President Dinah Presnell, right, recently received the donation from Elks Past President Tommy Harrell.
Photo submittedDue in part to a grant from the Order of Elks Grand Lodge National Foundation, local Middlesboro Elks Lodge No. 119 again this year donated $250 to the Friends of the Bell County Animal Shelter, a non-profit animal welfare organization whose members work hard to help reduce the number of unwanted animals in Bell County. Friends of the Shelter President Dinah Presnell, right, recently received the donation from Elks Past President Tommy Harrell.
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Due in part to a grant from the Order of Elks Grand Lodge National Foundation, local Middlesboro Elks Lodge No. 119 again this year donated $250 to the Friends of the Bell County Animal Shelter, a non-profit animal welfare organization whose members work hard to help reduce the number of unwanted animals in Bell County. Friends of the Shelter President Dinah Presnell, right, recently received the donation from Elks Past President Tommy Harrell.

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