Updates for the Week
News Around Lynnhaven
Lost & Found
Ladies Book Club
Useful Internet Links
You and Your Computer
(Right click on Webmaster
link to get email address)
— Include an
announcement, group activity, or feature article
— Report broken links or to correct information
— Report your changed
e-mail address or phone #
you lost or found something?
(click on link for email
address) immediately and
provide as much information about the item and where you think you lost or where
you found it. I will send out an email alert as soon as possible. The sooner
you get the word out, the better the chances of the item being recovered.
If the lost or found item has been
recovered, please contact me as well
so I can remove it from this web page.
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The Villages Lost & Found
Lost or Found
Lost or Found Pet
recommend having your pet micro-chipped and keep your contact
information current. If a pet is taken to a local veterinarian or
animal hospital, the vet can scan for a chip and access the contact
information. In the very least, keep a tag on your pet at all times
(in case they slip out... it happens) with the pet's name and your
phone number on it.
A resource to keep in mind for Lost or Found Pets is:
to send out an email
The sooner, the better... and if not found quickly, put on the
Lynnhaven Village website.
Villages radio station, AM640 WVLH:
They will announce it on the air to reunite pets
with their humans.
Pet Lovers Rescue:
Talk of The Villages' Lost & Found web page
- Local Veterinarians and Animal Hospitals
Another place to look
for a lost pet or its owner:
Society/SPCA of Sumter County, Inc.
994 CR 529A / PO Box 67
Lake Panasoffkee, FL 33538
Check their website or call for the hours and days they are open.
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