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BANGOR - Taking a proactive approach to the greater Bangor area’s animal overpopulation problem and finding new ways to connect homeless animals with caring adopters are just two ways that the Bangor Humane Society continues to fulfill their mission, according to Stacey Coventry, Director of Development and Public Relations.

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Wednesday, 21 September 2016 11:35

A tale of Bangor Humane Society gratitude

BANGOR - I met my match eight years ago and it's all because of the Bangor Humane Society.

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Wednesday, 11 April 2012 13:18

Bangor Humane Society needs your votes

BANGOR -The Bangor Humane Society could win $100,000, but it needs your help to do so. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, or ASPCA, along with talk show host and animal lover Rachel Ray are hosting the $100K challenge which encourages shelters to work harder at saving more lives. Here's how it works - 50 shelters that are selected by their communities will be entered into the contest. If those 50 shelters can save the lives of 300 or more animals from August through October 2012 than they did during those same months in 2011, they could win 10, 20, 25, or even 100,000 dollars.

"We're excited. We're the only shelter in Maine participating, but we have to be voted in by the community first," explained Stacey Coventry, volunteer and Bangor Humane Society public relations manager.

There are more than 100 shelters vying to participate in the $100K challenge, but only the top 50 will be entered into the competition. It's the public who decides through their votes which shelters make the top 50. To vote for the Bangor Humane Society, individuals can go online to www.votetosavelives.org. The public is allowed to vote once a day, every day from April 5 through April 16.

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