Let us introduce you to someone who you may or may not know. She’s funny, she’s witty, she’s compassionate, she’s loving, she’s loyal, she’s devoted, she’s caring and as you can see by her t-shirt – she has a great sense of humour!
This little lady has been the face of Tails to Tell for 12+ years, starting with a beautiful fluffball called Thomas. Her name is Edna.
Edna started out saving a few lost, abandoned, sick animals here and there and then dedicating her life’s work to becoming the little shelter that grew that you see now.
We are celebrating Edna – her dedication, her love & passion and her life’s work on Saturday, February 11, 1-3 pm and we’re inviting YOU to join us.
We’re hosting a Come & Go Drop In at the Crossfield Community Centre (900 Mountain Ave). We’ll have coffee, tea and snacks so you can sit down and visit with this amazing human; and we’ll be presenting Edna with a gift of our appreciation at 1:30 pm for her amazing accomplishments, her legacy!
We hope to see you there and join our fosters, our volunteers, her friends and all those who have adopted our residents and created the success she has achieved.
Story in AirdrieToday.com – Crossfield cat rescue shelter to honour its founder on Feb. 11 [URL]
Calgary Eyeopener, CBC, with Angela Knight – Interview with Edna Jackson on Feb 13 [URL]
Story in CBC, by Taylor Simmons – Town of Crossfield celebrates 74-year-old animal lover who’s saved thousands of cats, on Feb. 14 [URL]