The Petco Foundation awarded the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society (OPHS) a $5,000 grant through the Foundation’s sixth annual Holiday Wishes campaign, an opportunity for individuals or organizations around the country to share how an adopted pet has changed their lives. From left, OPHS Executive Director, Luanne Hinkle, Linda Crow, Becky Upton, Denise Foley, Donna Halsaver, Theresa Killgore, and Brooke Horn hold the grant check at the Sequim Petco on Dec. 1. Photo courtesy of Brandie Ballard Photography

The Petco Foundation awarded the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society (OPHS) a $5,000 grant through the Foundation’s sixth annual Holiday Wishes campaign, an opportunity for individuals or organizations around the country to share how an adopted pet has changed their lives. From left, OPHS Executive Director, Luanne Hinkle, Linda Crow, Becky Upton, Denise Foley, Donna Halsaver, Theresa Killgore, and Brooke Horn hold the grant check at the Sequim Petco on Dec. 1. Photo courtesy of Brandie Ballard Photography

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