Monday, March 5, 2012

Boneyard Joe's Get 4 Paws Up & A New Dropoff Point

Belle and Chloe were anxiously waiting for us to return home from checking our boxes today.  Boneyard Joe's and their customers get 4 very big paws up for collecting the most items!  We were amazed at the generosity of their customers.  Here are pictures of the items received.  The Pottstown Cluster will appreciate the 19 dog food items, 5 bottles of laundry detergent, and 32 food items, including 6 boxes of pasta and a 35 pack of water from Belle and Chloe.  The owners (and Charlie) did an amazing job of getting the word out to their customers to drop off items and even offered a discount on Saturday to anyone who donated one item.  While we were there, we ordered dinner from here again.  I was set on getting a Buffalo Chicken Cheesesteak when I got there, but the BBQ smelled so good that I ended up with BBQ chicken, mac n cheese and fried apples.  Dirone ordered Cheese Fry Steak.  The food was amazing!  I think this is definitely going to be our new go to place when we order out.  How can you go wrong if the food is excellent, inexpensive and the owners care about helping the Community?  Belle and Chloe want each of their readers to donate an item to this location and try the food and help a local business out! 

Along with picking up donations left over the weekend in our boxes, we dropped off a box for new donations to Perk Valley Pet Eatery in Trappe.  You can find Perk Valley Pet Eatery at 325 West Main Street, Trappe, PA  19426.  Their phone number is: (610) 454-0045.  Their hours are:

Mon - Fri:9:00 am-7:00 pm
Sat:9:00 am-5:00 pm
Sun:11:30 am-4:00 pm

We have shopped at this store for years, as they are very helpful and knowledgable about helping you pick food for pets on special diets.  This month is Raw Food Month and they have a lot of promotions for it.  Stop in and donate food for humans or pets or a bottle of laundry detergent and treat your favorite furry friend to a treat or toy! 

Belle and Chloe would like to ask everyone to remember kitty cats need love, too!  The Pottstown Cluster is almost completely out of cat food and is looking for anything you can donate! 

Thank you for all of your support in our Fill the Media Lab challenge! 

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