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3/25/2019 7:07:00 AM
No Mugathon This Year
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It had a good run, but what had been a much anticipated and enjoyed local charitable event for over two decades won't be happening this year.  Gary Lee of Rising Sun Pottery told us:

"It is with great sadness that I write this letter to inform everyone that we will not be hosting our annual “Mugs for Mutts & Cups for Cats” Mugathon sale to benefit the Humane Society of Lincoln County in 2019.  After 21 years we have decided that with time constraints due to increased business, staffing issues and several other factors it was time to take a break.  We have discussed this with the Spay Neuter Clinic Coordinator for the Humane Society of Lincoln County, Diane Leatherman, and she is in agreement with us.  Rising Sun Pottery is not cutting ties to the Humane Society by any means.  Rising Sun Pottery has decided that even though we will not be making mugs going forward we will continue to support the Humane Society Spay Neuter Clinic by making a 2019 donation equal to what we raised at the 2018 Mugathon and we will continue this donation each year going forward.
 
"We truly regret having to make this decision but feel that it is the right thing for us to do at this time.  We will address restarting the Mugathon in a few years once things have settled down for us.  We would like to thank all the great people who came to the Mugathon for so many years and gave their support to the Humane Society of Lincoln County.  We thank all the studio potters and students at Rising Sun Pottery who made and donated mugs and desserts and volunteered their time for so many successful Mugathons over the years.  We also thank all the Humane Society volunteers for their time and efforts to wash mugs and provide desserts for those years. Thank you to the many individuals who over the years donated desserts and their time to help out on Mugathon sale day.  It was truly a combined community effort that served the Lincoln County community so well and helped so many cats and dogs over the years.  Again, thank you!"



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