Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Always happy to see you and to meet a new friend, Sunny is bursting with “good juju.” Inquisitive but quiet, this one-year-old orange tabby will make that special someone a lifelong companion.   To adopt a pet, call or stop by the animal shelter across from the city’s Public Works Department off the Sterling Highway. The shelter is open from noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. For more information, call 235-3141.

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Seasoned spinach, sauteed mushrooms and onion, acorn jelly, seasoned mung bean sprouts, stir-fried dried anchovies and peanuts, pickled radish, fried zucchini, fried shrimp pancakes, and beef and radish soup were featured in the author’s celebration of Chuseok. The traditional Korean harvest festival dates to antiquity and pays homage to Korea’s ancient farming roots and was celebrated Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021. (Photo by Tressa Dale/Peninsula Clarion)
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