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Rabies clinic to benefit library

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The Board of Health is sponsoring a rabies vaccination clinic for cats and dogs on April 13, and all proceeds will go to the Raynham Public Library, according to the board’s administrative assistant, Gail Santos. The cost is $10. Cats must be in carriers, and dogs must be on leashes. The clinic takes place from noon to 2 p.m. behind the fire station at 37 Orchard St. Shots will be administered by the staff of the Raynham Veterinary Hospital. In Raynham, the Board of Selectmen also serves as the Board of Health.

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