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GG's Journey Attends Teacher's Pet Mistle-Tails Black Tie Ball

Cheryl Phillips

The GG's Journey Team was very proud to attend Teacher's Pet First Annual Mistle-Tails Black Tie Ball. Teacher's Pet celebrated community, compassion, canines and kids with an unforgettable evening! This event featured amazing entertainment, a superb silent auction, dapper dogs and fabulous food with guest emcee, Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel. All proceeds benefited the at-risk youth and shelter dogs in the Teacher's Pet programs at Macomb County Juvenile Justice Center, Children's Village and Crossroads for Youth. GG's Journey founder Cheryl Phillips was a guest speaker at the event! Please visit our Facebook page to see more photos from the event: https://www.facebook.com/ggsjourney  ...

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GG's Journey to Attend Mistle-Tails Black Tie Ball

Cheryl Phillips

Teacher's Pet is celebrating community, compassion, canines and kids with an unforgettable evening! This event features amazing entertainment, a superb silent auction, dapper dogs and fabulous food with guest emcee, Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel. All proceeds benefit the at-risk youth and shelter dogs in the Teacher's Pet programs at Macomb County Juvenile Justice Center, Children's Village and Crossroads for Youth. GG's Journey founder Cheryl Phillips will be a guest speaker at the event! Visit http://teacherspetmi.org/ to learn more about this wonderful organization!

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Welcome to GG's Journey

Cheryl Phillips

Dear Family, Friends & Fellow Animal Advocates,  I want to take this opportunity to share with you some very exciting news! After countless hours of work and planning, I am thrilled to announce the official launch of GG’s Journey website (www.ggsjourney.com) and product line on October 25, 2013 @ 11:59 P.M. ET.   My inspiration for undertaking this Journey was sparked back in May 2009 when I rescued a young emaciated Pit Bull mix from the streets of Detroit, and took her to a local shelter believing that she would be well-cared for. I soon learned that the shelter was...

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