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News Jan 31, 2013 - 6:04:22 PM

Urban says "Angel Fund" now up and running

By State Representative Diana Urban's office

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State Representative Diana Urban (D-North Stonington/Stonington) is pleased to announce that a fund for Asa Palmer, whose cows were shot, is now up and running and ready for donations.

The cows were shot with a high powered rifle. The 18-year old Palmer is the son of George Palmer, who owns Palmer Farms in North Stonington. Asa Palmer had raised Angel who had her jaw shot off and had to be euthanized.

Donations are now being accepted at any Chelsea Groton Bank .

Mail donations may be made to the “Angel Fund”, Chelsea Groton Bank, P.O. Box 11, North Stonington, CT. 06359. The phone number is (860) 572-4050.

“We have already heard from many good people,” Rep. Urban said. “North Stonington is showing its true colors and we are reaching out to Asa and his family. Not only were these animals shot, but they were left to suffer.”

“As I said earlier, Asa represents the future of farming in our state and he and his family deserve our support,” Rep. Urban said. “I want to thank all the people who have called me wanting to offer a helping hand and willing to make a donations.”

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