Quality of Life Day Services Volunteers at Prairie Paws Animal Shelter
Make Kansas Work!
House Bill HB2416 - Targeted Employment Act is in this reawakening of Kansas plan! It would help not only our own population, but an entirely bigger one altogether!
"Kansas House Republican Leadership has unveiled a five-point plan to spur rural revitalization, increase workforce, and reduce dependence on public assistance. The plan - Make Kansas Work - focuses on five bills that leadership will introduce for the Legislature’s consideration during the 2020 session."
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February 22, 2016
The Quality of Life Day Service Program volunteers go to Prairie Paws Animal Shelter to rehabilitate animals on a weekly basis by giving them attention and love. The animals are given the love and human contact that they need so that they can be adopted.
The pictures were taken by Jeanette Norton, mother of Tricia Nelson, who also comes to spend time with her daughter. Special thanks to Tricia’s mom for the great pictures.