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Midwestern Propane truck aids humane society

  • Members of Midwestern Propane Gas stand by the company's new tanker truck, which is dedicated to aid the Randolph County Humane Shelter. From left are Dave Hargis, driver; Jeff Britt; Shelley Evans; Jessica Whittom; Preston Glodo; Denise Wilson; Marybeth Whittom and Daisey.

    Members of Midwestern Propane Gas stand by the company's new tanker truck, which is dedicated to aid the Randolph County Humane Shelter. From left are Dave Hargis, driver; Jeff Britt; Shelley Evans; Jessica Whittom; Preston Glodo; Denise Wilson; Marybeth Whittom and Daisey.
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updated: 9/12/2018 8:41 AM

Midwestern Propane Gas is partnering with Randolph County Humane Society through the dedication of a new tanker truck to the nonprofit organization.

A percentage of the sales generated by the truck will go to the rescue agency to help carry out its mission.

Randolph County Humane Society is a 501(c) 3 private, nonprofit organization dedicated to the welfare and care of homeless, abandoned or neglected animals in Randolph County. Providing shelter, food and medical care to the many animals each year that come through their doors.

Midwestern works to give back to the communities. The first dedicated truck to S.A.V.E has shown great success that getting a second one and dedicating it to the humane society was a no brainer, according to officials.

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