Couple Donates $15,000 To Sheriff’s Canine Program
By Mike Barnhardt
Liz Barabe should have been a veterinarian.
That’s what her husband, David, says. Since moving to rural Davie County from Winston-Salem about six years ago, she’s amassed quite a few animals.
David, too, is getting used to the country life in his own way.
The Barabes love animals. And they respect law enforcement, and called on the Davie County Sheriff’s Department because of an intruder. Last week, the couple donated $15,000 to the canine program at the sheriff’s department. It will be used to purchase a vehicle (replacing one totaled in a wreck) and for vests for the dogs.
“Because we care so much about animals, we provided enough money for two vests,” he said. “We love animals. Liz should have been a veterinarian. We’re grateful.”
The couple learned about Davie’s canine program through an article in the Enterprise Record. They had made donations to Forsyth’s canine program, and decided to keep the money in their …
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