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By Tim Leeds 

Local residents receive humane society award

 

Last updated 4/11/2022 at 11:33am

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Havre Animal Control Officer Pete Federspiel holds Falls in Havre Animal Shelter. Federspiel, his wife, Kim, and Bobbi Jo Favel, Chris Wolf Chief and Tim "Junior" Rosette of the Chippewa Cree Tribe of Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation are receiving the 2022 Humanitarian Award from Humane Society of Western Montana.

Five local residents have been invited to Missoula to receive a top award for their work improving the welfare of animals.

Bobbi Jo Favel, Chris Wolf Chief and Tim "Junior" Rosette Jr. of The Chippewa Cree Tribe of Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation and Havre Animal Control Officer Pete Federspiel and his wife, Kim, of Friends of the Havre Animal Shelter, are receiving the 2022 Ken Shugart Humanitarian Award from Humane Society of Western Montana, the society said in a press release.

The collective work of the recipients inspired the society to give a group award to five individuals for the f...



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