Saturday, June 15, 2013

Bridgton Printery OPEN HOUSE to Benefit Harvest Hills Animal Shelter was held on June 14, 2013 under sunny skies!

Harvest Hills Animal Shelter

1389 Bridgton Road, Fryeburg, ME 04037


Harvest Hills Animal Shelter is a non-profit organization which contracts with nineteen

towns in Western Maine to accept neglected , stray and abandoned cats and dogs. These

animals are brought in by the towns’ animal control officers. When space is available,

Harvest Hills also accepts owner surrendered animals from all surrounding communities in

Maine and New Hampshire and will assist other shelters by providing a safe place for

adoptable animals that would otherwise be euthanized, or did not fit another shelters

admission policies. 

Please visit this wonderful place SOON!

Our OPEN HOUSE was held on June 14, 2013


Ivy Jordan, Water's Edge Gallery & Studio Joan McBurnie,
 Harvest Hills Animal Shelter

The 'Doggie Bounce House' ready for the kids!

Ivy Jordan, steamin' the Dawgs!

Harvest Hills Van
Receiving Donations of Food & Supplies

Our Harvest Hills Mascot Eyein' Ivy's Dawgs :)

Our Mascot with the Harvest Hills Crew

Another Harvest Hills supporter and friend  :)

Animal lover gets lunch from Ivy,
Carl Talbot and Joan in background

Joan McBurnie hands out Harvest Hills
T-Shirts  printed By Bridgton Printery

Carl  and Jane Talbot
ready to get raffle tickets (Carl won!)

Bridgton Printery 190 Portland Rd.
Bridgton, Maine

Bridgton Printery owner Robby Bergeron
had a great
time greeting customers
 and Harvest Hills supporters

The Harvest Hills Animal Shelter Mugs
 and T- shirts are almost gone!

Famous vaudeville performer, musician,
children's author
 Rick Adam,
aka ''Professor Paddy - Whack'' stopped
by with a donation for Harvest Hills

Donna Woodward
President of the Fryeburg Business Association,
future Harvest Hills Animal Shelter
promotions with executive director Joan McBurnie

Ken Murphy, Bridgton Selectman and President
of the Greater Bridgton Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce
says hello to Ivy Jordan (and her delicious Hot Dawgs!)

Ivy Jordan and Donna Woodward
discuss FBA business

Calvin, head of the Bridgton Printery's press room shows Donna Woodward the collator used  in the production of town reports and other books

Joan McBurnie talks with a friend

Shea, Bridgton Printery's graphic designer gets lunch

A friend of Harvest Hills and her pal

A recent adoptee and friend
 says hello to Joan McBurnie

Bridgton Printery owner
 Robby Bergeron puts more T- shirts on the table

Harvest Hills Mody Botros, Board of Directors and Joan McBurnie say thank you!

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