Wolf will greet kids at library Wolfwood talk

A group of kids are shown as they enjoy one of the popular Cortez Library talks. Enlargephoto

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A group of kids are shown as they enjoy one of the popular Cortez Library talks.

In conjunction with the Toss in the Tundra disc golf tournament on Saturday, Jan. 26, Paula Watson will present a talk on wolves and her work at Wolfwood Refuge, a state licensed non-profit refuge protecting wolves and wolf/dogs, at 2 p.m. at the Cortez Public Library. There is no charge but donations would be appreciated. Trinity, a Wolfwood ambassador animal, will be on hand and doesn't mind being petted. Call the library at 565-8117 for more information or visit www.wolfwoodrefuge.org.

The Toss in the Tundra is a disc golf tournament that benefits WolfWood Refuge. The tournament will also take place on Saturday, Jan. 26, at Centennial Park in Cortez - Round 1 of 18 begins at 10 a.m. Those interested in playing can sign up at the big gazebo from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. There is a $25 entry fee or donation of a 20-pound bag of quality dog food, or volunteering for one hour at Wolfwood Refuge. Prizes are given to first, second and third-place participants. For more information on the tournament, please call 946-9606.

Trinity, a Wolfwood ambassador, will at the Cortez Library for a meet and greet with children. Enlargephoto

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Trinity, a Wolfwood ambassador, will at the Cortez Library for a meet and greet with children.

Wolves, part of the Wolfwood 9 pack from Alaska, congregate at the non-profit refuge that protects them. Enlargephoto

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Wolves, part of the Wolfwood 9 pack from Alaska, congregate at the non-profit refuge that protects them.