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What To Do If Your Pet Gets Sprayed By a Skunk
writes, "(shared by Friends of the Attleboro Animal Shelter)

When your pet gets sprayed by a skunk (ewe) it instantly becomes chaotic!
To clean your pet, this is what you will need.

Many Nature Trails in Attleboro
writes, "(written by Judee Cosentino for the Sun Chronicle)
Attleboro's network of nature trails, unknown to many who live in the area, can now be fully discovered and explored thanks to the collaborative efforts of the Attleboro Land Trust, Mass Audubon and the cityís conservation commission.
Those efforts, which spanned the course of almost three years, came to fruition on Saturday, July 17th, at the Deborah and Roger Richardson Nature Preserve on Wilmarth Street during the cityís first ďHike Attleboro Day.Ē

Q: What would happen if you eliminated every distraction in your life thatís not serving you?
writes, "(by Jason Bell)
A: Iíll tell you- it'll be the most beautiful growth youíll ever experience in your life.

Thatís exactly what I did for the past 30 days...

-----ENTER 30 DAYS AGO-----

A Great Volunteer Opportunity If You Have Children!
writes, "(by Friends of the Ten Mile and Bucklin Brook)

I know itís still a cold winter out there. But very soon, we will be watching Vernal pools and the woods around them.

School Bus Safety Tips
writes, "by the North Attleboro Police Department
It is that time of the year again! 🚌 🍎 📚
As summer ends, school buses return to the road once again. According to the National Safety Council, 25 million students nationwide take the school bus on a daily basis. Even though riding the school bus is the safest choice for students (eight times safer to travel via school bus when compared to other forms of transportation), there are increased dangers present to students when boarding and departing the bus.

Here are some school bus safety tips:

Hebron Food Pantry's Michelle Burch, Retires
writes, "After 5371 days (nearly *15* years!) of tireless effort, heartfelt compassion, and outstanding leadership, our Pantry Queen, Michelle Burch, has officially retired."

August is Immunization Awareness Month
writes, "(by Melissa Taveres, Massachusetts Nurse)
For the greater good.
Thatís what Iíve been hearing a lot.
Wear a mask, itís for the greater good.
Vaccinate, itís for the greater good.
The chances of your child having a vaccine injury is higher than the chance your child will get Covid. Yet some are more fearful of Covid than the dangers of vaccines!

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