Wild & Free Animal Rehabilitation recaps fundraisers, looks ahead to Oktoberfest event
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (10/12/21)
(Garrison, MN) — A familiar voice was accompanied with a new one for our monthly chat for Wild & Free Animal Rehabilitation. Mary Roach introduced new administrative assistant Ashley King and highlighted some of the recent successful fundraising events that Wild & Free has been able to reintegrate after missing all of 2020.
King and Roach recapped the fun of the Ripple River Gallery Fall Open House and Wild & Free being able to release animals back into the wild during the event.
Roach also touched on the big turnout for the Open House and the help they received from local businesses.
Wild & Free will not take too much down time with being part of Oktoberfest at Ruttger’s Bay Lake with merchandise up for sale.
More of the conversation touched on keeping animals on the roadways during the fall, bears getting prepared for hibernation, the new Bear Pen they are working on for next year, which can be heard here: