The Belleville Area Humane Society accepted a check of $10,000 for a new dog quarantine area from Veterans United.
The Belleville Area Humane Society accepted a check of $10,000 for a new dog quarantine area from Veterans United. Provided photo
The Belleville Area Humane Society accepted a check of $10,000 for a new dog quarantine area from Veterans United. Provided photo

$10K gift going to the dogs at Belleville Area Humane Society

August 30, 2017 10:50 AM

UPDATED August 30, 2017 03:01 PM

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