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Dominion Donates to Community

By Staff | Oct 11, 2017
Pictured are Pam Shelter, assistant director of the Wetzel County Animal Shelter; David Ray, DETI Procuremet at Dominion Energy Transmission Inc.; Maggie Hornbeck, shelter assistant; and Snoopy, who is available for adoption from the Wetzel County Animal Shelter.
Christine Mitchell stands with Shortline School teacher Leslie Lively, advisor of the Engineer Energy kids. On far left is Linda Haught, principal at Short Line School. On far right is Ed Toman, superintendent of Wetzel County Schools.

Dominion has been busy investing in its community lately as two organizations were recently gifted with donations from the company. The Dominion Energy Foundation recently presented a check for $1,000 to the Engineer Energy kids at Short Line School. Then, the Hastings operations of Dominion Energy Transmission Inc. recently donated 25 gallons of tinted waterproofer to the Wetzel County Animal Shelter, to be used to paint new kennels and the office at the shelter. The kennels house 10 dogs and are climate controlled. The shelter is looking for volunteers to help apply the waterproofing material. Those interested in helping to paint the shelter, or visit the animals, are encouraged in calling the shelter at 304-455-5348. To view available pets for adoption, check out “http://www.wetzelpets.petfinder.com”>www.wetzelpets.petfinder.com