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FRAMINGHAM – The MetroWest Humane Society is holding its first-ever Mother’s Day Raffle

With more than 50 items available, there is something for everyone! Over 20 of our craft fair vendors have generously donated their wares to be raffled off with many other items being donated by supporters and volunteers of the shelter. We are so very thankful for all of their support! Click on over to our event and earn a chance to win some great items, including an autographed picture of a Patriots player, photography session, JBL Bluetooth speaker, custom artwork, quilts, jewelry, pottery, kitchen accessories, dog items, cat items, and much, much more! And all purchases will benefit a great cause! Have your shopping lists ready because you’ll be sure to find gifts for everyone, including you! 100% of the proceeds will benefit the cats of MetroWest Humane Society so come on in and try your luck at winning some awesome gifts.

The raffle begins April 12 at 10 a.m. and ends May 5 at 11:59 p.m.

The drawing will be held at 10 a.m. on May 6.

Event Link:

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Thank you to our wonderful vendors and supporters! Please visit their website/social media pages and give them your business:

Knotty Blankets by Cheryl & Amy –
Rustic Pottery –
The Fudge Lady –
Samurai Seamstress –
Lauren Dobish Photography –
Make It Memorable by Holly –
Caitlin Haven –

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Sarahdipitous Crafts –
CJ Tucker Studio –
ButtonedUpKnits –
Crystal Clear Emotions –
Treasure by Rosie Roo –
Cribbage Matrix – email:
The Dabbling Hook –

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Cahhhndles by Dan –
Sharyl May Designs –
Hobbee Crafts – Instagram: @hobbeekrafts
Kelly Urquhart –
Val’s Colorful World – Email:
Save A Dog –
Crafts by Fay –

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The MetroWest Humane Society is a non-profit, all volunteer-run organization dedicated to the welfare of our animals. We provide compassionate care through our cat-only, no-kill shelter, and our programs provide support and education to the community. We service the Metrowest Boston area from Worcester to the South shore and recently partnered with a Florida rescue. Like all shelters connected with animal welfare, we struggle to meet the cost of the ever-increasing number of abandoned and surrendered pets we have in our care. And this past year proved to be even more of a challenge as no one is immune to rising inflation. Our need in the community to rescue and save animals has neverwaned; but the support of donations to our shelter has lessened, understandably so. To learn more about us, our website,, provides information about all the
programs we provide. And if you’d like to make a donation, please visit:

By editor

Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.