With the number of pets surrendered to the Capital Area Humane Society for economic reasons continuing to rise and the shelter almost always being at full capacity, it would seem there is little silver lining to be had for unwanted pets in the struggling economy. However, according to Samantha Eburne, president and CEO of the humane society, there is hope. “The economy has affected adoption in a positive light,” Eburne said.
Alma Gutierrez is making her version of the American dream work. At least for now. Gutierrez is the owner of El Oasis, two locations that serve Mexican food for customers at 1125 E.
Interior design senior Kayla Crumbaugh sits before her black-and-beige checkered headboard while holding one of her matching pillows.