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The second annual Seagals Cove Pup Rally was held on Aug. 27. It raised $10,295 for No Kill Glynn County. Local fundraising efforts involved many supporters from Glynn County and surrounding areas.

Pictured are Taylor McAndrew, from left, George Leager, Sandy Jones, Caroline Blackshear, Shelly Bydlinkski, Karen Grovola, Amy Campos, Megan Wilder, Tina Holloway, Jill Wright and Theresa Ellis. In front is Abbi Campos.

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