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Wildlife For Everyone Foundation Announces Donation Of Land For State Game Lands #110 in Berks County

State College (February 6, 2008) Russ Schleiden, Chairman of the Board of the Wildlife For Everyone Foundation, announced that Boyd and Sheila Sponaugle of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, have generously donated 20.14 acres of land in Upper Tulpehocken Township, Berks County to the Foundation.  This land donation will augment the Foundation’s mission to increase wildlife habitat.

The Foundation has turned this land over to the Pennsylvania Game Commission to become part of State Game Lands #110.  These public lands serve as critical habitat for wildlife which provide hunting and trapping, and wild places for wildlife. “We are very proud to make this donation to the Foundation” said Boyd and Shelia Sponaugle.

The Wildlife For Everyone Foundation was established to provide permanent private support for the wildlife habitat enhancement, wildlife research and education, land preservation, and for the establishment of a Wildlife Education and Research Center in State College.  The Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Foundation.  More information about the Foundation’s projects can be found at www.wildlifeforeveryone.org.