Jan 1 Board Meeting postponed to Jan 8

Due to the New Year holiday, the Board Meeting that would normally be scheduled for Tuesday, Jan 1, has been pushed back one week to Tuesday, Jan 8. I apologize for any inconvenience due to this last minute change.

Pet Photo with Santa

Dec 8 th 2008 at the Wesley United Methodist Church in Bloomsburg

Misty, Rusty, & Thor

Harley,Hunter, & Shooter

Maisey & Tucker

Photo with Santa Dec 8; Bingo Dec 9

Pet Photo with Santa
Saturday, December 8, 9am-6pm
Wesley United Methodist Church (in rear)
Market Street, Bloomsburg

Vera Bradley Bingo
Sunday December 9th
Catawissa Fire Hall
Doors open at noon
Food and baked goods available
For tickets, call:

Allentown-area kennel surrenders 80 purebred dogs

SLATINGTON (AP) — A Lehigh County kennel has turned over 80 purebred dogs to animal shelters. The owners of Dragonsden Kennels in Washington Township surrendered them after inspectors found dozens of malnourished dogs in a basement.

The Animal Rescue League of Berks County took the dogs. The league kept 55 and distributed the others among area rescue groups and shelters. A woman at the kennel said she could not answer questions about the dogs.

Linda Bird retires from work

Do you recognize the young lady in the picture? Click it for a higher resolution.

Congratulations to Linda Bird on her retirement from her full time job. Many of you probably bought many things from her during her tenure at Sears. She leaves behind many friends there, including me.

Now, she can dedicate her time to the the things she loves: the animals and Doyle. I guess she still has a full time job taking care of all of them!

Benefit food sale at Megargell Farms

There will be a food concession benefitting the Animal Resource Center at Megargell Farms Dec 1 & 2, 8am-5pm

Purse Bingo Dec 9

The Animal Resource Center is to hold a Vera Bradley purse bingo on Dec 9 at the Catawissa Fire Hall. Doors open at noon and the early bird game is at 1:45 p.m.

For more information, call 275-3421 or 784-3669.

For tickets, call:
Rapunzel Rapunzel: 784-8886
Shirley's Dolly World: 275-9420
The Wizard Of Paws: 271-1135
Mary: 594-8754

2007 Benefit Banquet epilogue

Thank You Kathy and all the Ladies that help with the meal.
Dinner consisted of a dinner roll, slices of ham, chicken & dressing, corn, green beans, mashed potato and gravy. The bar provided unlimited free soda pop. Mixed drinks were pay as you go.
Everyone had a great time.

URGENT!! Need foster home for a Coonhound

This is urgent. Our Dog Warden has been trying since Monday to catch a Coonhound. This poor thing is extremely thin and all of its ribs are showing. He comes within about 6-8 ft and that is it. They have put up a trap with deer bologna, which he appears to really like.

Here is the problem. We have absolutely no room right now. We are in the process of building two more buildings and have had to consolidate everywhere. We are out of space. If and when he is caught the dog warden will have to take him to the SPCA and they will put him down immediately, because of his condition.

We urgently need a foster place for him. If anyone can help, please contact Cyndi Lindenmuth at 570-356-2387 or clindenmuth@gmail.com. We would even be willing to provide an outside kennel.

Thank you all for caring so much.

Pampered Chef Party Nov 20

There will be a Pampered Chef party sponsored by the Animal Resource Center on November 20 at 6:30pm at the Bloomsburg YMCA. High quality cooking accessories. Refreshments will be served. Come support our no-kill shelter and take care of buying Christmas presents at the same time!
For more info, call Tammy Meeker at 759-2239.

November Is Adopt-a-Senior-Pet Month


November Is Adopt-a-Senior-Pet Month

Animal Resource Center and Petfinder.com are celebrating November as Adopt-a-Senior-Pet Month.

“Think of a pet that is already trained and doesn’t chew or scratch everything in sight--a pet who will love you unconditionally,” said Kim Saunders, Petfinder.com’s Director of Public Relations. “That’s what you get when you adopt a senior pet.”

Some people worry that a senior pet comes with problems, but according to Hazel Blumberg-McKee of Tallahassee, FL, there are no disadvantages. “In most cases they’ve had a home and they want one again.” She adopted eight-and-a-half-year old Sadie, and has never regretted it. “An older animal is easier to deal with. And Sadie is still playful. She plays fetch and gallops all over the place.”

At animal shelters and rescue groups everywhere, there are loving, healthy senior pets like Sadie, looking for that one special home to cherish them for the rest of their life, and they don’t ask for much: just a warm place to sleep, good meals and plenty of love.

During Adopt-a-Senior-Pet Month, take the opportunity to get acquainted with the older pets available at the Animal Resource Center.

Visit the shelter online at www.nokillarc.org or at www.petfinder.com, shelter number PA469

Gift wrapping in December

We will be wrapping gifts at the Columbia Mall in Buckhorn (I-80 exit 232) on December 14-16 and 21-24 at the entrance to Sears.
Donations happily accepted! :-)

"Vera Bradley" purse bingo Dec 9

There will be a Vera Bradley purse bingo at the Catawissa Fire Hall on December 9. Doors Open at 12:00 noon. Early birds at 1:45pm. 20 games for a $20 donation. As always, food and baked goods will be available, as well as plenty of dog & cat toys.
For tickets, call Mary at 275-3421 or Kathy, the Wizard of Paws, at 271-1135.

2007 Annual Yard Sale

The annual yard sale will be inside this year!
WHERE: Bloomsburg Fairgrounds Educational Building
WHEN: October 18-21, 2007
Thursday & Friday: 8am-7pm
Saturday: 7am-7pm
Sunday: 9am-4pm
As always, food and baked goods will be available.
New merchandise arrives daily.
Proceeds go toward a new building.
Come support our no-kill shelter.

To donate, please call Irene at 784-6872.
Nice merchandise only, please.
NO CLOTHING. Please donate clothing to the Salvation Army or Goodwill.

This is a correction to an earlier post. The dates have changed to one week later.

Basket Bingo Benefit Sep 16

Members of the Animal Resource Center display baskets available during an upcoming basket bingo to benefit the no-kill organization. The bingo, featuring 25 games and four special games, will be Sunday, Sept. 16, at the Bloomsburg Fire Department. Doors will open at noon with early bird bingo beginning at 1:45.
(from left, Cyndi Lindenmuth, holding Curly, a Bichon Frise mix; Linda Bird; Mary Adams; and Lance Nielsen, holding a kitten named Pepper)
from the Bloomsburg Press-Enterprise

Sunday Sep 16 2007

Bloomsburg Fire Hall
911 Market St.

Doors open at noon
Early Bird: 1:45 pm

Tickets available at door $30
Advance tickets $25 through:
- Rapunzel-Rapunzel: 784-8886
- Shirley's Dolly World: 275-9420
- Wizard of Paws: 271-1135
- Mary at:
-- 594-8754
-- 784-8626
-- 275-3421
-- 437-2101

25 games
9 squares/game
4 special games (extra)

Fundraiser benefits the Animal Resource Center

Mail checks with memo "Basket Bingo" to:

  • Mary Adams
    117 Hedge Rd
    Bloomsburg PA 17815

Snakes part of fundraiser

Chris Bucher, Sunbury, holds Rubeus, an albino Burmese python, Saturday afternoon as Animal Resource Center volunteer Kathy Novak holds Blanche, a carpet python, during the Animal Resource Center carnival at the Steve Shannon warehouse in Bloomsburg. The carnival was a fundraiser for the no-kill pet organization.

ARC carnival Aug 25

To be held at Steve Shannon warehouse, 920 Millville Rd. WHLM radio will be broadcasting LIVE from the ARC carnival from 1-3pm. Look for the big American flag! Come enjoy pet games, a pet contest, a petting zoo, games to play, live reptile demonstration, and as always, food and baked goods. Call 356-7673 for shelter info.

FOLLOW UP: Click here for some pictures: http://nokillarc.org/20070825carnival.htm

Check for $5,070 presented

At the meeting Tuesday night, a check for $5,070 also was presented. The money was raised by Hess, Seely and Julianne Gay from a scavenger hunt the women held in Millville.

Bingo is his name

Bingo is about 6 years old, fixed, up to date on shots, on Heartguard and topical flea medicine. He weighs about 21 lbs. His is very friendly, loyal, good with children and other pets, and playful. Bingo was rescued from another family that could no longer keep him.

His current owner works long hours during the day and Bingo does not like being left alone that long. He is okay for maybe a couple of hours, but he will go in the house if no one is there to take care of him. She has tried crating him, but he goes in his crate and then she has to clean both him and the crate. She has tried gating him in the kitchen but he jumps the gate. She tried putting him in her mud room but he chewed a hole in the carpet. He should probably go to a home where the owner is retired or home a lot.

He is good with kids and very loving. He just needs to know you are there. If any one is interested in Bingo, please call Cyndi Lindenmuth at 570-356-2387 or email clindenmuth@geisinger.edu . He is really sweet and needs that special person to love him.

Rod & Custom Cruise-In - Aug 11-12

ARC will be at the Bloomsburg Fair Grounds Rod & Custom Cruise-In car show. Come see photos of animals we have up for adoption. Baked goods will be available to silence your rumbling tummy.

Yahoo! Calendar - nokillarc

Our Yahoo! Calendar is no longer being actively used. Please check our web site for up to date links.

July 17 Fundraiser Meeting CANCELLED

There will be no fundraiser meeting July 17. Please join us for the next one Aug 21. As always, check our Calendar of Events for upcoming happenings.

Adoptathon July 21

Please visit our adoptable pets at Sunlight Feed & Pet Supply 10am-6pm. Route 11 between Bloomsburg & Danville. Baked goods available and donations accepted.

Abby Rose

Abby Rose is doing very well. She had her eye removed and is in her new forever home. Thanks to all who donated to her cause.

A man and his dog

A man and his dog were walking along a road. The man was enjoying the scenery, when it suddenly occurred to him that he was dead. He remembered dying, and that the dog walking beside him had been dead for years. He wondered where the road was leading them. After a while, they came to a high, white stone wall along one side of the road. It looked like fine marble. At the top of a long hill, it was broken by a tall arch that glowed in the sunlight. When he was standing before it he saw a magnificent gate in the arch that looked like mother-of-pearl, and the street that led to the gate looked like pure gold. He and the dog walked toward the gate, and as he got closer, he saw a man at a desk to one side. When he was close enough, he called out, "Excuse me, where are we?"
"This is Heaven, sir," the man answered. "Wow! Would you happen to have some water?" the man asked. "Of course, sir. Come right in, and I'll have some ice water brought right up." The man gestured, and the gate began to open. "Can my friend," gesturing toward his dog, "come in, too?" the traveler asked. "I'm sorry, sir, but we don't accept pets."
The man thought a moment and then turned back toward the road and continued the way he had been going with his dog. After another long walk, and at the top of another long hill, he came to a dirt road leading through a farm gate that looked as if it had never been closed. There was no fence. As he approached the gate, he saw a man inside, leaning against a tree and reading a book.
"Excuse me!" he called to the man. "Do you have any water?" "Yeah, sure, there's a pump over there, come on in." "How about my friend here?" the traveler gestured to the dog. "There should be a bowl by the pump."
They went through the gate, and sure enough, there was an old-fashioned hand pump with a bowl beside it. The traveler filled the water bowl and took a long drink himself, then he gave some to the dog. When they were full, he and the dog walked back toward the man who was standing by the tree.
"What do you call this place?" the traveler asked. "This is Heaven," he answered. "Well, that's confusing," the traveler said. "The man down the road said that was Heaven, too." "Oh, you mean the place with the gold street and pearly gates? Nope. That's hell." "Doesn't it make you mad for them to use your name like that?" "No, we're just happy that they screen out the folks who would leave their best friends behind."

Girls Donate to ARC

Kiki needs a new home

About Kiki:
She's 2 years old- born April 1, 2005 (she's an April fool's kitty) she has never had any health problems - though we do take her into the vet regularly for check ups and immunizations.. and she has been spayed. Everyone comments on her silky smooth coat.. she's a beautiful kitty.
After months of fighting between the cats in my home, I realize that while I absolutely love and adore Kiki, she just can't seem to get along with other cats. I've done everything recommended by vets, books, friends, shelters.. trying to get her to adapt to living with other cats but I just can't do this anymore. It feels wrong to allow her to continue to live in such a stressful environment. She is clearly unhappy and the once overly affectionate kitty I used to know is now hissing, fighting, and hiding. She deserves a good home. She is very healthy and when she is not around other cats.. she is the sweetest!

If anyone is interested, please contact Lyn Olszewski at lynn_olszewski@yahoo.com

A bunch of Bull

Full video available for purchase here: http://www.latham.org/videos.asp?Type=Video
Here are two good links to understanding the pit bull and other so-called "bully breeds".

Garage Sale, June 22-23

Garage Sale
June 22-23, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
1019 Roslyn Drive, Berwick.
Benefits us!

Make A Donation

We appreciate any donations. Your monetary gifts would do a lot toward helping to provide a home and care for unwanted and abandoned pets. If you would like to bequest to ARC, please indicate so in your will.

To donate, mail your contribution checks made out to "Animal Resource Center" and send it in an envelope along with your name, address, and phone number to:

  • Animal Resource Center c/o Linda Bird
    301-A Boone Rd
    Bloomsburg, PA 17815
If you wish to remain anonymous, we will respect your wishes. If you wish your donation to be applied toward a specific purpose, please state so in an accompanying letter.

Have you considered donating but just haven't gotten around to it? Now, we've made it even easier! Save the check, envelope, and stamp for another time. Donate online! Just click on the DONATE logo below.

Donate a Bed

Donate a BedLooking for a meaningful and lasting gift for a Pet Lover? Donate a Kuranda dog bed to one of our dogs in the name of a friend or family member. A personalized Gift Card will be mailed to them to inform them of the wonderful gift you have selected for them. Our dogs love to sleep up off the floor on Kuranda Dog beds, but we don't have enough for everyone. If you would like to donate a bed at a special wholesale price for another dog to sleep in comfort, please donate a Kuranda dog bed.

We also could use...
HE logo
  • High Efficiency (HE) rated laundry detergent (any brand)
  • Bleach (any kind)
  • Blankets/towels
  • Paper towels
  • Heavy duty garbage bags
  • Cat food - wet and dry
  • Long leashes
  • Collars for dogs
  • Cat toys
  • Scratching posts
  • either "Halties" or "Gentle Leaders". These items work wonders in changing a dog from a "pulling machine" into a pleasant walking companion.

All contributions are tax deductible.

Non-profit 501-c #23-3069063

Free Training Videos

Animal Planet, through their PetVideo.com web site, has generously made available free how-to and training videos to everyone. Videos range from how to teach your dog to walk on a leash to doing tricks. Please click on the link on the left side of our home page, or go directly to http://www.petvideo.com/.

Don't have a high speed connection? No problem.
While supplies last, we will give a training video DVD to anyone who adopts an animal from us. Simply ask your adoption coordinator to provide your information to Dave, the webmaster, and we will see that you get a training video DVD. We do this to help reduce returns, or "pet relinquishments", due to behavior issues. My adopted dog, Ali, was quite the handful (and that's an understatement) when we got her, but Lori and I took the time and effort to train her, and she is now a wonderful member of our family.

Knowledge is power, and the training videos will give you that knowledge.

Scavenger Hunt Benefit June 23

There will be a Scavenger Hunt Benefit at the Millville American Legion. $10 includes the Hunt, a show by the band Plum Crazy, food, and draft beer (while it lasts). The Hunt starts at 5 p.m. The band plays at 8 p.m. Presented by TDJ. Call 570-458-0742 for more information.

Basket & Boyds Bear Raffle June 19

Buy your tickets today. The drawing will be held at the regularly scheduled ARC Fundraiser meeting at the Bloomsburg YMCA, Tuesday, June 19. As always, everyone is welcome to attend.
Your $5 donation enters you for a chance to win anything from a Benjamin Shutterbear valued at $23 to a Large Recipe Basket Set & WC Lid valued at $74. Buy your tickets today.
Contact us for tickets at 570-784-3669. Leave your name & number and we'll call you back.

Basket bingo June 10th

Basket bingo benefit helps animals.
A basket bingo to benefit the Animal Resource Center No-Kill Shelter will be held June 10th at the Bloomsburg Fire Hall, 911 Market St.Doors open at noon, with early bird games at 1:45 and bingo beginning at 2pm . It costs a donation of $20 for 20 games .For tickets, call 784-3669 or 356-7673

Jake the Coonhound

Jake is a 6 yr old. Black and Tan Coonhound.
He is neutered, housebroken and UTD on all shots. He is good with older kids, never been around cats, no food aggression and good with other dogs. Listens good, loves to be cuddled. Jake will NOT be adopted for a hunting companion nor outside dog. He must be an inside dog only.
His owner must find him a home due to health problems of her own.
If you are interested in Jake, please call Cyndi at 570-356-2387.
See his pictures.

Yard Sale June 9 in Berwick

ARC representatives will be at the Park Place Village Community Yard Sale. Stop "buy" our tent for a hot dog, etc.

Kennel Expansion Help Wanted

The Animal Resource Center (ARC) currently houses approximately 30-35 dogs and 45-50 cats. To help better house the dogs, ARC is looking to expand our kennel facilities. In order to do this, we must once again ask the public for help. The cost of the kennel will be approximately $17,000, a small price to pay for the quality of care and love these animals receive from our dedicated members. Please help us to save, rehabilitate, and give loving care to many more animals by donating to this cause. By helping to build this new kennel, you will be assisting us in giving those animals in our care a better life until they can find a new, loving, forever-home. Please consider giving to this worthy cause.
If you can help, please send donations to
Animal Resource Center
301A Boone Rd

Please note on your check's memo line that your donation is for the new kennel.
ARC is a registered charity and receipts for tax purposes will be issued on request.

New Look

I have been posting current events to the "News" section for some time now by using the services of a web log, also known as a "blog". This allows the posting of news quickly and without requiring expensive, complicated web site management software.

The most recent news will always appear first. Older items will be further down the page.

If you prefer not to search, there are links to every page which can be accessed directly from any other page. To do so, scroll down until you see the "News Archive" section.

Thank you for your support of the animals.

Dave Hilsdorf
Animal Resource Center webmaster

Adoptables at Danville SPCA

As of Thursday night, the Danville SPCA had no empty pens for dogs. Ben, a 1-year-old neutered housebroken St. Bernard-Golden Retriever, is still there and in need desperately of a home. He was teased by little kids when he was a puppy in a pen and he doesn’t like little kids. He has been at the shelter the longest of the adoptable dogs. Other dogs include
  • Bruno, 2, neutered and housebroken who looks like a larger Jack Russell or Fox Terrier;
  • a housebroken female Shebu Inu;
  • Colby a 6-month-old yellow Labrador Retriever;
  • a smaller brown and white neutered male Dalmatian that was abandoned;
  • a male black Labrador puppy;
  • two Beagles,
  • a friendly female Beagle mix;
  • a male Boxer;
  • Bailey a spayed female Rottweiler-German Shepherd;
  • Merlin a neutered housebroken Scottish Terrier;
  • a female Akita;
  • and a female Shih Tzu.

Cats include

  • a nice tiger and white declawed male,
  • a rare orange female tabby named Punkin,
  • a tiger female
  • a black female
  • kittens,
  • two guinea pigs
  • two male rats in tan and black.

Cats and kittens 6 months and older are free to anyone over 60. The shelter, along Bloom Road and three miles from Danville, is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday. It can be reached at 275-0340.

Sears hosted fundraiser

It was a nice sunny day for hot dogs & test drives. Thanks to manager Jim for hosting the fundraiser in Sears parking lot.
Attendees had the chance to buy our magnets, hats, t-shirts, etc.
They also got to test drive the new Craftsman line of lawn tractors. That HydroStatic transmission is great. The high capacity, high-speed, foldable, storable transport trailer was pretty cool, too!
Thanks, Jim!

Hero the Dog

Members of the Central Columbia Middle School “J” team,from left, David Miller, Angela Celeste and Zach Daily, are pictured with Nelly Miller of the Animal Resource Centerand a hound mix Tuesday night. The dog was brought to the shelter when its owner was called to duty in Iraq. The three Central students dubbed the dog Hero, in a patriotic nod to the former owner. If you are interested in meeting Hero, call Paula Miller at 784-5971.

Spaghetti Dinner - May 19th

May 19th 4:30pm-7:00pm
All you can eat Spaghetti Dinner
Community Christ Church Market ST. in Bloomsburg.
Tickets must be purchased in advance please call
Dinner includes:
Spaghetti & Meatballs
roll w/butter
beverage & dessert
Take out orders available
Adults $7.50 Children $4.00 (under 6)

Renaissance Jamboree in Bloomsburg

April 28, 10 am - 5 pm
We will have a booth/tent at the annual Renaissance Jamboree .
Please come visit our volunteers, buy a cookie, pick up a brochure, ask us questions, or just say hi. University Downtown Chamber arts & crafts fair with fun, food & entertainment. Come for the weekend and discover all our area has to offer!

Foster homes desperately needed.

The Animal Resource Center is in great need of foster homes. Would you like some gratification and great rewards in your life? That is the feeling you get when you foster a dog and help to rehabilitate and socialize them for permanent placement. We have a lot of wonderful dogs to choose from. Some of them are good with other dogs and some not. Some are good with kids and some not. I am sure we have something that will fit into your life style. There is no better reward than that of giving or receiving unconditional love.

If anyone would like to contribute to their well being, please call Cyndi Lindenmuth at 570-356-2387 or
clindenmuth@geisinger.edu or Tammy Duch at 570-356-7673. Please won't you consider helping them out?

Spring Fling in Danville - May 5

We will have a booth/tent at the annual Danville Spring Fling. Please come visit our volunteers, buy a cookie, pick up a brochure, ask us questions, or just say hi. We will be there from 1000-1700 (that's 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. civilian time).
A day of fun in May located in Downtown Danville and filled with over 150 arts & crafts displays, food, entertainment and much more! Free admission.

A Night of Wine & Music: 4/28/07

Come join us for a fund raiser at Spyglass Ridge Winery, Sunbury PA.
April 28, 2007. Doors open at 6:00 pm. Tasting starts at 6:30.
Live music by Burgess, Mitchell, and Seal. Hors d'oeuvre provided. Silent auction.

Use GPS coordinates N 40 50.969' W 076 43.861' to find them, or follow the directions below.
  • US-11 S to Northumberland;
  • SR-147 S into Sunbury;
  • Turn LEFT (East) onto SR-61 [Market St] (1.6 mi);
    (Market St becomes Highland Ave, then zig-zags on Green St where old railroad used to be);
  • about 200 yards after the old railroad/zig-zag, bear right onto SR-890;
  • go about a mile;
  • Keep LEFT onto Plum Creek Rd (0.2 mi); Turn LEFT to stay on Plum Creek Rd (0.9 mi)

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ALTERNATE ROUTE from Catawissa or Elysburg:

  • SR-487 S to Paxinos;
  • Turn RIGHT onto SR-61
  • go ~5 mi;
  • At Northumberland Memorial Park, Turn LEFT onto CR 4013;
  • go 0.4 mi to Millers Crossroads & stay Right onto Plum Creek Rd (CR 4016)
  • 0.5 mi to zig-zag at Milts Rd;
  • another 1.5 mi on Plum Creek and you're there.

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Get a Google Map: Click here!

As always, check the "Calendar of Events" link for what's coming up.

Calendar of Events

You can view upcoming events in different ways: Week, Month, or Agenda view. You can switch between the views by clicking on the [Week], [Month] or [Agenda] tabs at the upper right of the calendar. In any view, just click on any event to see it in more detail. There's even a link to a map of that event's location. In Month view, you may see just the first few letters of the event. Simply click on the [Agenda] tab to see things in a chronological list. To see what's coming up even further down the line, click on the right-arrow button [>] at the upper left. If you get lost in time, just click the [Today] button to get back to the present.

Board Meetings

Don't forget - the Board Meetings are open to the public. They are held the first Tuesday of every month at the YMCA, 30 East Seventh St, in Bloomsburg.

Check the Calendar of Events for future meetings.

Welcome to the New ARC

You may have noticed a few changes. That's because I have been trying to figure out the best way to get you the news you need as soon as possible. Long day
While Lori has been doing a wonderful job keeping our adoptable animals photos and bios up to date, I have been fighting with HTML code. Well, that is a lot easier now. Watch this page for updates.

As always, I'll try to keep the calendar up to date with upcoming events. Alex
Check out our new, cleaner-looking calendar via the "Calendar of Events" link on our home page: http://www.nokillarc.org

Thank you for your patience all last year while I hacked out the site, and keep coming back!

David Hilsdorf
ARC Webmaster