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Cobblestone Parade Grand Marshal's named

(KLZA)-- Two decades of volunteer service to the Humane Society of Richardson County have earned Julie Phroper and Ardis Ramsey, both of Falls City the honor of serving as the Grand Marshals of the 2022 Cobblestone Parade.

Parade Director Lori Gottula said the two were selected by an anonymous committee of volunteers and community leaders.

Phroper and Ramsey are at the Sam and Lela Schuler Memorial Shelter every day, seven days a week to care for the needs of the cats and dogs who have been abandoned or abused, found as strays, or who need foster care for a while.

They will lead the Cobblestone Parade down Harlan Street in Falls City on Saturday, August 20.

The humane society runs solely on donations, memorials, and volunteers.



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