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Supporters of the Langlade County Humane Society have two special opportunities to help the animals.

Starting today, the Caring Paws organization is holding an online auction, with proceeds to benefit the society’s medical funds.

Online bidding will continue through 7 p.m. on March 31.

Available items include:

—a high lounge by Vesper, starting bid of $45.

—wooden dog diner set, now at $20.

—handmade quilt donated by Alica Griego, starting bid of $50.

—wine and dog sign, starting bid $10.

—end table with pet door, starting bid $45.

—mini-barn quilt, starting bid $40.

—plant stand locally made with wood from Jack Lake, starting bid $25.

—designer pet pod, starting bid $20.

—Anytime Fitness package, starting bid $60.

—large dog bed, starting bid $60.

—easy reach dog diner set, starting bid $10.

—painted frying pan, starting bid $60.

—table locally made with wood from Jack Lake, starting bid $135.

—hand-carved wooden birds and tree, locally made, starting bid $20.

—E. Gustaveson artwork, starting bid $300.

—Birds in Winter print, starting bid $100.

—sunflower wreath, starting bid $10.

—Jimmy Choo eyeglass frames, starting bid $75.

—dog coat, starting bid $45.

—cat tower, starting bid $45.

To make a bid, go to www.caringpawswi.com and click on LCHS Fundraiser. Register your name, e-mail or phone, item and bid and send the message. Check back often to make new bids.

Caring Paws, a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization, was founded in 2015 by nine-year-old Juli Bauknecht. Unlike the majority of nonprofit organizations, Caring Paws has no employees to compensate. Her mission for the organization is to help abused and neglected animals right here in Wisconsin.

For those interesting in a permanent gift, the Humane Society has kicked off Pavers for Paws.

The organization is planning to construct a brick walkway/patio adjacent to the new reception building, and is inviting supporters to become embedded in its history by purchasing a customized brick. They are ideal as gifts or in memory or honor of a beloved pet, family member or friends.

There are several options. A 4 inch by 8 inch brick is available for $100. Three lines of type are available and a special symbol can be added for $25.

For $200, supporters can purchase a larger 8 inch by 8 inch paver brick with six lines of type available. Add a special symbol for $25.

Business sponsors are invited to purchase an 8 inch by 8 inch brick, with or without company logo, for $325.
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A logo for Caring Paws, which is hosting the online auction for the Langlade County Humane Society.

Online auction, paving brick sale spark Humane Society fund-raising
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Supporters of the Langlade County Humane Society have two special opportunities to help the animals.

Starting today, the Caring Paws organization is holding an online auction, with proceeds to benefit the society’s medical funds.

Online bidding will continue through 7 p.m. on March 31.

Available items include:

—a high lounge by Vesper, starting bid of $45.

—wooden dog diner set, now at $20.

—handmade quilt donated by Alica Griego, starting bid of $50.

—wine and dog sign, starting bid $10.

—end table with pet door, starting bid $45.

—mini-barn quilt, starting bid $40.

—plant stand locally made with wood from Jack Lake, starting bid $25.

—designer pet pod, starting bid $20.

—Anytime Fitness package, starting bid $60.

—large dog bed, starting bid $60.

—easy reach dog diner set, starting bid $10.

—painted frying pan, starting bid $60.

—table locally made with wood from Jack Lake, starting bid $135.

—hand-carved wooden birds and tree, locally made, starting bid $20.

—E. Gustaveson artwork, starting bid $300.

—Birds in Winter print, starting bid $100.

—sunflower wreath, starting bid $10.

—Jimmy Choo eyeglass frames, starting bid $75.

—dog coat, starting bid $45.

—cat tower, starting bid $45.

To make a bid, go to www.caringpawswi.com and click on LCHS Fundraiser. Register your name, e-mail or phone, item and bid and send the message. Check back often to make new bids.

Caring Paws, a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization, was founded in 2015 by nine-year-old Juli Bauknecht. Unlike the majority of nonprofit organizations, Caring Paws has no employees to compensate. Her mission for the organization is to help abused and neglected animals right here in Wisconsin.

For those interesting in a permanent gift, the Humane Society has kicked off Pavers for Paws.

The organization is planning to construct a brick walkway/patio adjacent to the new reception building, and is inviting supporters to become embedded in its history by purchasing a customized brick. They are ideal as gifts or in memory or honor of a beloved pet, family member or friends.

There are several options. A 4 inch by 8 inch brick is available for $100. Three lines of type are available and a special symbol can be added for $25.

For $200, supporters can purchase a larger 8 inch by 8 inch paver brick with six lines of type available. Add a special symbol for $25.

Business sponsors are invited to purchase an 8 inch by 8 inch brick, with or without company logo, for $325.
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A logo for Caring Paws, which is hosting the online auction for the Langlade County Humane Society.
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