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Re: [ecotourism-34] Last Day to RSVP-Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary

From: dan
Sent on: Thursday, August 7, 2008 1:48 PM
I will be there.
Dan Lieberman
----- Original Message -----
From: donna
Sent: Thursday, August 07,[masked]:58 AM
Subject: [ecotourism-34] Last Day to RSVP-Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary

Please let us know either way. We know to know how many people are showing.

Aug 9
Sat 11:30 AM
Poplar Spring Farm Animal Sanctuary
15200 Mt Nebo Rd
Poolesville, MD 20837

Who?s coming?
4 Yes / 1 Maybe
(RSVP deadline: August 8, [masked]:00 PM)

Who's organizing?

Come one come all! This is our eco-volunteer vacation!
A day at the Poplar Spring Farm Sanctuary!
Come and brush out a horse or help feed the pigs! Or just hang out with the cuddly goats. The choice is yours.
Please bring your own vegan lunch. Sorry no alcohol. All vegan so the farm animals don't get upset.
Well behaved children are welcome.
Sorry due to liability issues please leave your furry ones (dogs) at home.
Please let us know so we have an idea of how many to expect.
Also we might want to set up a carpool. Meeting place-Bethesda Metro Station at 10A (it takes about 1 hr to get there)
This is going to be fun!!
Donna Zeigfinger
Green Earth Travel.

Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary is a 400 acre non-profit refuge for farm animals and wildlife located in Poolesville, Maryland.
Our mission is to:
Offer care, rehabilitation, and permanent sanctuary for neglected, abandoned or unwanted farm animals.
Provide protected habitat for wildlife.

Furnish information to the public regarding farm animal and wildlife issues.

Promote compassion and humane treatment

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