Milestone: Koenig gives PFOA a boost

  • Wednesday, January 10, 2018 1:30am
  • Life

Danette Grady, Executive Director of Peninsula Friends Of Animals, accepts a gift of $500 toward her organization’s Holiday Grant Match campaign from Bill Koenig, owner of Koenig Subaru Dealership in Port Angeles.

Peninsula Friends of Animals is a cage-less, no-kill, nonprofit animal welfare group established in 2000. At Safe Haven, the group’s animal care facility, they provide temporary and permanent shelter, veterinary care and spay/neutering for rescued cats. See

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