Sarge’s Gift Wrap project starts Dec. 1 at Waynesville Mast


Volunteers sought to wrap, donate materials

Volunteers will wrap gifts for donations to Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation from Dec. 1 –  24, at Mast General Store in Waynesville.

Volunteers who enjoy wrapping gifts are being sought to help with Sarge’s Gift Wrap project during the holidays.

“Joey Fuseler, manager at Mast General Store Waynesville, has generously invited Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation back again this year for the annual gift wrap project,” said project co-coordinator Tish O’Connor. “One hundred percent of the donations go towards taking care of the homeless dogs and cats at Sarge’s.”

Gift wrappers are asked to sign up now at:

To help with this worthwhile project, Sarge’s need donations of white tissue paper, bows, gift bags and dispenser scotch tape rolls. These items may be dropped off at Sarge’s Adoption Center, 256 Industrial Park Dr., Waynesville, during Sarge’s hours, from noon – 5 p.m. Tuesday – Friday, and from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturdays. Or supplies may be dropped off at the Mast General Store on Waynesville’s Main Street, after Dec. 1.

“We hope you will participate and bring some holiday cheer to Sarge’s deserving animals.” said Sue Libera, Sarge’s project co-coordinator.

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