Change for Charity Program Continues

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life in the woods: Change for Charity program continues

Change For Charity: Market Street — The Woodlands’ Change for Charity program continues as Market Street’s General Manager Jill Liccioni presents a donation of $2,300 to the Montgomery County Pet Partners, a nonprofit committed to enhancing the quality of life in individuals through the human-animal bond. As an added bonus, The Woodlands Car Club’s “Coffee & Cars for a Cause” donated an additional $500 to Montgomery County Pet Partners. Market Street’s Change for Charity Program represents the coins voluntarily deposited by shoppers into Market Street’s curb-side Change for Charity receptacles during the third quarter of 2010. Since the inception of the program, Market Street has donated more than $50,000 to Montgomery County-based non-profit organizations. In this photo: (top left) Jill Liccioni (Market Street — The Woodlands), Dana Pritchard (The Woodlands Car Club), Carolyn Wong (Montgomery County Pet Partners) and Harley the dog.