June 2016


June's Newsletter is on-line


  • Volunteer Day at the Refuge - by New Volunteer Jordan Lubek - I have never been to the U.S. wolf refuge before today and boy am I glad I went. I first met volunteer coordinator Britt Straw at Wolf Stock 2015. I was a lucky winner of a few items from the fundraiser raffle...
  • Help for "Shadow" - Our SHADOW has been "camping-out" at Nurse-Dawnie's house for about 5 weeks where he could receive multiple doses of meds each day for what we thought was a badly infected ear. When the ear infection failed to respond to treatments further investigation was required ...
  • Wolf Stock 2016 - Volunteer Coordinator Brittany Straw is once again organizing this year's 2nd ANNUAL WOLF STOCK fundraising event. Last year's event was a huge success and we are all looking forward to hosting this year's event at THE POTENIALIST WORKSHOP on JULY 31st...
  • 2016 Stanford Powwow - Although this year's Stanford Powwow was not as successful as it has been in previous years, a good time was had by all...
  • Pack Member of the Month - "Niko"
  • Upcoming Events

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