I’m Island, a 12 year old female tuxedo cat. My buddy, Petey is a black male cat and he is 7 years old. Our owner, Bonnie Kin, is moving and can’t take us with her. We understand but we are very sad and don’t want to have to go to a shelter. She has asked everyone she knows and has checked all of the rescue sites online. The rescue centers are full and have a long waiting list. There just isn’t a market for used cats.
We came up with an idea that Bonnie thinks just might work. She will pay you to take us in and will throw in a Pet Smart gift card as an incentive. What do you think? Anyone out there? Anyone? We’re very low maintenance and don’t ask for much – a little food, a little water; change the litter box every once in a while (I’m sure you would change it more often than SHE does). If you would help us out we would be eternally grateful. Just email Bonnie Kin, email@example.com if you are interested. We’ll keep our paws crossed. Thank you.
Fully renovated 1940’s home in Longstreet Hills, a quick walk from the Gainesville historic campus for sale. Two master suites, fenced courtyard, study with custom built-ins, mudroom and more. $389,000. Call Kelley Maddox at 770-534-6270 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A sturdy metal and glass round breakfast or dining table, ornate detail and four metal/suede fabric chairs in excellent condition are for sale asking $350. Contact Kayla Moore at email@example.com or call 770-538-4959 for details.
Still in excellent condition, a 2011 Suntracker Party Barge 20 is for sale. It has a 60 HP Bigfoot Mercury Outboard motor and comes with a trailer. Asking $15,000. Contact Tiffany Green at 404-271-5644 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to make an offer. Photos shown are from 2011 and 2014.
The Staff Development Committee will host a fundraiser Nov. 17-21 benefiting Challenged Child. Located in Hall County and serving 13 counties across North Georgia, Challenged Child is a nonprofit organization providing educational, therapeutic, nursing and family counseling services to children with a variety of developmental delays and disabilities. Challenged Child is often in need of classroom and cleaning supplies. Please check out the full wish list using this link at the link below to see other items the organization needs.
Donation barrels can be found on the Brenau’s main campus in the Admissions office, Owens Student Center, Accounting office, and the Jacobs building as well as at Brenau East and the Downtown Center.
Click here to download a PDF of the Challenged Child flyer.
“My mom recently took-in an abandoned, pregnant cat who now has four orange and white kittens that need to be adopted,” said Kayla Moore, administrative assistant to the associate provost. They are four to five weeks old, eating soft food and successfully learning to use the litter box.
They are confident the kittens are three boys and a girl. Contact Kayla at email@example.com if you are interested in adopting a furry friend or two.
Two sweet cats, Angel and Tiger, need a new home since Center for Greek Life and Campus Traditions Director Debbie Thompson will be moving into a rental that does not allow pets. They are 6 years old and have been together since adoption from the Humane Society. Angel and Tiger are indoor cats, very healthy and are wonderful company.
Please consider making them part of your family or helping Debbie find them a loving home. Email Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The large ferns used for decoration during graduation week activities are now available to purchase for $15 each. Check out the 14 remaining ferns on the front lawn of the Gainesville campus near the Crows Nest.
To purchase, contact Jo Ann Hause at 770-534-6119 or email@example.com. Make checks out to Brenau University and send payment to Angie Graham in Accounting.
Brenau Hall of Fame alumna Ronda Rich Tinker, the award-winning columnist and author, seeks an undergraduate or graduate student for steady part-time work as a personal assistant at her home in Clermont, Ga. The position is a paid gig with a possibility for onsite living quarters in a cottage on her property. The work may also include some assistance for her husband, John Tinker, who is a television drama writer and executive producer. If you know a student who is interested, have them check the full posting on the Brenau Career Services Jobs Board.
The Brenau Fitness Center has an older stair-stepper for sale that is being retired from our aerobic equipment. It still works fine, just needs a battery. You can check it out in the aerobic area. Email you offer or any questions to Gary Hatfield, Fitness Center Director, firstname.lastname@example.org. Best offer accepted.