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GLBAS In the News

Check out some of these news releases about how the Great Lakes Bay Animal Society is making an impact on our community.

​The Pocket Mirror: How Ruby Found Her Forever Home

July 9, 2016

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​Youths and dogs to benefit from PAWSitive

June 11, 2014

PAWSitive helpers plan to make a positive difference for dogs and youths in the Great Lakes Bay Region.

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​Fast & Furriest participants dodge raindrops

May 5, 2014

Participants came out and took to the trails, and hopefully had some fun along the way too with their canine companions at Saturdays event.
See today’s Midland Daily News front page for coverage on the Fast & Furriest event. We appreciate all those who braved the rain and brought their dogs. Despite the rain we still had an awesome turnout!

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Our event photographers, Kimberly and Abbey, took hundreds of photos and we know you will be excited to see them. Look for a post event email with a link to the photos soon.
Preliminary race results can be found on the Miller Race Management site: http://www.race-mrm.com/Results.html

The Great Lakes Bay Animal Society says THANK YOU to our event sponsors, prize sponsors and all participants.

We look forward to seeing you at Fast &Furriest 2015!

GLBAS A Network of Volunteers Making a Difference

April, 2014

Great Lakes Bay Animal Society mobilizes the caring power of communities to reduce the number of unwanted, absued, and neglected animals.

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GLBAS Reaches Milestone with 200th Adoption

March 14, 2014

The Great Lakes Bay Animal Society (GLBAS), an animal rescue group that fosters and adopts animals from the Great Lakes Bay Region, celebrated a milestone in late January by reaching its 200th adoption.

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Great Lakes Bay Animal Society Reaches Adoption Milestone

October 9, 2012

The Great Lakes Bay Animal Society (GLBAS), founded in February of this year, has reached its first of many milestones and is pleased to announce the placement of over fifty rescued animals into permanent loving homes within the greater Great Lakes Bay region.

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