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Foundation poured for Stephenville animal shelter

Tom O’Brien, chairman of the building committee for the Southwest Coast SPCA’s new animal shelter, stands at the corner of the foundation for the building after the first concrete was poured last week. In the background, a pump truck owned by Bay St. George Ready-Mix is folded up following the operation. The building will be almost 2,000 square-feet and is located on Minnesota Drive between College of the North Atlantic’s Heavy Equipment Centre of Excellence and Acadian Village Retirement Home. FRANK GALE/ THE WESTERN STAR
Tom O’Brien, chairman of the building committee for the Southwest Coast SPCA’s new animal shelter, stands at the corner of the foundation for the building after the first concrete was poured last week. In the background, a pump truck owned by Bay St. George Ready-Mix is folded up following the operation. The building will be almost 2,000 square-feet and is located on Minnesota Drive between College of the North Atlantic’s Heavy Equipment Centre of Excellence and Acadian Village Retirement Home. FRANK GALE/ THE WESTERN STAR - Frank Gale
STEPHENVILLE, N.L. —

Tom O’Brien, chairman of the building committee for the Southwest Coast SPCA’s new animal shelter, stands at the corner of the foundation for the building after the first concrete was poured last week. In the background, a pump truck owned by Bay St. George Ready-Mix is folded up following the operation. The building will be almost 2,000 square-feet and is located on Minnesota Drive between College of the North Atlantic’s Heavy Equipment Centre of Excellence and Acadian Village Retirement Home. FRANK GALE/ THE WESTERN STAR

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