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Minnesota's biggest giving day of the year, "Give to the Max Day," is on Nov. 12 and with RMA Publicity's help, The Adopt-A-Pet Shop, a nonprofit in Plymouth, got some much deserved attention from the media. KSTP's morning show reporter, Jennifer Ann Wilson, stopped by The Shop this morning and got pictures of the pajama party underway to raise awareness about the need to help homeless animals. Here is a link to the story that aired on KSTP's 6 a.m. newscast.
The Adopt-A-Pet Shop is hoping to raise $10 for each of the 1,000 animals the nonprofit has helped find homes for since opening their doors in 2012. Thanks to the media exposure, they are well on their way to reaching that goal.
Learn more about the nonprofit at www.theadoptapetshop.org. Here is a link to their official page on the Give to the Max MN website: https://www.givemn.org/organization/Sos-Rescue-Relief
It's off and running for the author and illustrator of Drop the Puck: Shoot for the Cup.
They launched their book on Nov. 7 with an appearance on the FOX 9 morning news, followed by the official launch during the fundraising gala, "A Night to Bel13ve" at the RiverCentre in St. Paul. Tonight, Nov. 12, they have another launch event, this one in Philadelphia prior to the Flyers game against the Washington Capitals. The launch is previewed in Jenny DeHuff's column in today's Philadelphia Daily News.Drop the Puck: Shoot for the Cup is a children's chapter book about hockey set during tournament time. The book features a character named “Ace,” who still gets around in a wheelchair two years after having been checked from behind at the same tournament the main characters in the book are competing in. The storyline is based on what happened to Jack Jablonski, who was hit from behind during the Minnesota High School Hockey Tournament on Dec. 30, 2011, leaving him paralyzed. The injury ended his high school hockey career and hopes for playing pro in the future. The media is beginning to pick up on the story. In addition to the author and illustrator's appearance on FOX 9, there have been stories in the Nov. 4 edition of The Detroit Lakes Newspaper and the Nov. 3 issue of the Lakeshore Weekly Newspaper. Several other newspapers throughout the state are planning stories as well.
The story features a two young girls who have made the boy’s team. The girls are Avery, named after Avery Hakstol, daughter of Dave Hakstol, NHL Head Coach of the Philadelphia Flyers, and Paisely, named after Paisley Leopold, daughter of Jordan Leopold, NHL player.
Learn more about the book or pre-order your copy at www.officialadventures.org.