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CASH Courier > 2003 Fall / Winter 2004 Issue

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SOME GOOD NEWS:

Sunset Sporting Goods, a hunting and weapons shop in New Paltz New York, has seen the sun set on its business. Perhaps a cruelty-free shop will take its place.

Fawn Tantillo, one of the owners of the demised Sunset Sporting Goods store is no longer an Ulster County Legislator!


GROUPS TO KNOW ABOUT:

Center for Animal Protection Contact: Susan Russell, Policy Director Center for Animal Protection, P.O. Box 253, Rumson, NJ 07760, 732.842.3565, mail@centerforanimalprotection.org .

The Center has created and accumulated a wealth of material to help others fight wildlife mismanagement.

Coalition to Prevent the Destruction of Canada Geese, www.canadageese.org  

Coalition to Prevent the Destruction of Canada Geese, New Jersey Chapter, Contact: Betty Butler. Contact through Coalition website.

RPA – Responsible Policies for Animals, Inc. David Cantor, Executive Director www.rpaforall.org  

Non Hunter Rights Coalition, Rex Stuart, nrghtsco_2000@yahoo.com  


THANK YOU TO:

Dominic Armao and Sarah (Sam) Moore of SUNY New Paltz for helping out in the C.A.S.H. office

Lauren Marcus for handling our hotline

Joe Miele for all of his marathon letter writing campaigns and for originating the “Letters” and “Safe Hunting?” sections of the website.

Mary T. and Frank L. Hoffman Foundation flh@all-creatures.org  for hosting and managing the C.A.S.H. website

To our amazing and generous members for all their many contributions in so many forms.

Wildlife Watch has received reports of deer being impaled on iron spike fences while trying to jump over them. If you have information or photos, kindly forward them to us and PLEASE don’t use spike fences.

Please help Ann Ilkiw, a wildlife rehabilitator, get a wildlife center in Walden, NY. Please send letters to the Village asking that Ann be allowed to take over a vacant home with 98 acres of parkland. What better use for the house and barn? Walden is considering this, so please contact the Village Manager, Jim Politi, at Walden Village Hall at 845-778-2177 or Fax: 845-778-2170.

 

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