Tracy A. Herman (right) and Nicholas Piscone delivered a check for more than $200 to the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter recently to pave the way for it to be a “no kill” shelter. The donation, on behalf of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, came on the heels of another, bringing the total donated to nearly $700. Submitted photo
San Marcos News
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