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From left, Beltrami Humane Society Director Brandon Mustful updates the Humane Society display in the Lueken’s Village Foods pet food aisle along with Jarrod Whaley, grocery manager, and Nick Moe, advertising manager. The Humane Society and Lueken’s have partnered to give each adopted pet a free bag of pet food. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

Beltrami Humane Society, Lueken’s Village Foods partner for pets

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BEMIDJI — People who adopt a cat or dog at the Beltrami Humane Society can start out with a free bag of pet food through a partnership with Lueken’s Village Foods.

The idea came from Nick Moe, advertising manager at Lueken’s, and Jarrod Whaley, grocery manager.

“(Whaley) had the idea that he wanted to redo our pet food aisle,” Moe said. “We were trying to think of different ways we could really bring it to life. He’s an avid animal lover, and I’ve had pets in the past.”

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Laurie Swenson
Laurie Swenson is a reporter/copy editor for the Bemidji Pioneer. She has been with the Pioneer since 2004.
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