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OKAY GUYS!! COME OUT TO Freek on a Leesh Pet Bazaar on February 8th from 12-5PM. We will be there getting down and dirty bathing dogs! So bring your stinky fur-pal, for only $12 we will get them clean and smelling good! A percentage of the proceeds go to the rescue! We will also have a husky kissing booth, where you can get some extra sugar! We promise not to tell!

via Alabama Siberian Husky Rescue
Dirty Dogs Done Dirt Cheap - All Breed Dog Wash
Sat, February 8, 1:00 PM
Grants Mill Station 5415 Beacon Dr #101, Irondale, AL 35210

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LMAO I love that "Dirty Dogs Done Dirt Cheap".

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If you add me....I will look at your profile.....females, if you're an attention whore, forget it. Males.....if you go after the attention whores and +1 all that crap, share pictures of women etc, forget it. If your profile is incomplete, forget it. If you're hateful, negative, whiny, complaining, etc constantly, FORGET IT.

P.S. I'm married to the other half of my heart who happens to be a MARSOC Marine, adding me to flirt will not be tolerated, by either of us :)
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I'm a little late to the party, but if every single post on your profile is some language I can't understand, consider yourself blocked. Usually the ones I see that with are the people I could have been staring at through the scope of a sniper rifle while during my Marine Corps days.

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Ok, finally made a #secretsanta  list..
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Christmas on the Coosa
Sat, December 14, 2013, 7:00 AM CST
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Once a year in November, visitors can enjoy stepping back in time to what it was like in the period from 1700 to 1820 during Alabama Frontier Days. See genuine blacksmiths at work, traditional Native American dances, battle re-enactments and more. Browse the living history exhibits or tour the 1751 French Fort Toulouse occupied by a full force of authentically costumer French Colonial Marines or visit the War of 1812 camp set up next to 1814 Fort Jackson. Learn the history of both forts from the Living History enthusiasts who give their time to inform the public what life was like in a much harsher time.

Some of the demonstrations and events will include:
Native American
Pottery Making
Hide Tanning
Dugout Canoe Construction
Creek Indian Hunting Camp

Colonial/Early American
Firing a Flintlock Musket
Spinning, Weaving & Dying
Blacksmiths
Firing the Cannon & Wall-Gun
Ft. Toulouse Colonial Marines
Knife Making
War of 1812 Military Encampment
42nd Royal Highlanders
Military Surgeon

Period Entertainment
Puppet & Marionette Shows
Strolling Balladeers

Admission Charged Hours
8:30 am - 4:30 pm daily
$7 Adult
$6 Kids 6 & up
Kids 5 & under free

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(334) 567-3002
 
Alabama Frontier Days
Wed, November 6, 2013, 8:30 AM CST
Fort Toulouse-Jackson Park

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I just share it to share it. Never know who can go lol. 
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Missing pups in Wetumpka, AL contact Elmore County Humane Society if found, info below.

 E-mail: hselco@bellsouth.net     PHONE: (334) 567-3377      FAX: (334) 567-8774
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Meet & Greet with some of their current foster dogs. Your purchases at the book fair will benefit the Alabama Siberian Husky Rescue and their dogs.
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NEW YEAR'S EVE BALL

DECEMBER 31, 2013

WETUMPKA CIVIC CENTER

COCKTAIL ATTIRE

8 P.M.- POWERHOUSE

12:00 A.M. - ASTEROID DROP/FIREWORKS
Tickets: $25 person

for more information contact 567-1384 or trobinson@cityofwetumpka.com
NEW YEAR'S EVE BALL
Tue, December 31, 2013, 9:00 PM
Civic Center, Wetumpka, AL

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Named among the Top Ten Events in Alabama for 2013 by Alabama's Vacation Guide & Calendar, Wetumpka's Christmas on the Coosa continues to bring people from all over the state to enjoy Wetumpka's family atmosphere and unique heritage. Thousands of people journey to Wetumpka, Alabama, located 10 miles north of Montgomery, Al on U.S. 21/231. Called the “City of Natural Beauty” Wetumpka is a quaint, historic town nestled along the banks of the Coosa River and is home to the annual Christmas on the Coosa celebration. The event features activities and events for the whole family. The day-long Christmas on the Coosa celebration features a quilt and car show, children’s character breakfast, entertainment for children and a show case for local talent. The annual street parade features over 100 entries and passes along the area for arts & crafts vendors. The evening continues with a boat parade featuring a ski-in by Santa and the ends with a grand fireworks finale.

Christmas on the Coosa is moving to the Coosa

December 3- Decorating Contest

December 5-Tree Lighting

December 6- Progressive Nativity

December 14-Christmas on the Coosa

7:45 Character Breakfast (Civic Center)

10:00-5:00 Arts & Crafts

3:00 Street Parade

5:00 Boat Parade


For information contact:

Tiffany Robinson: 334-567-1384
Christmas on the Coosa
Sat, December 14, 2013, 7:00 AM CST
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