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December 08, 2016
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Combined Energy Services helps heat SPCA

Combined Energy Services (CES) co-owner Mike Taylor, far left, is joined by CES employees in presenting Sullivan County SPCA Manager Debbie Dittert, first row far left, and SPCA President Dana Hawk, far right, with its annual donation of $2,500 credit toward propane for heating its Rock Hill facility.
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MONTICELLO, NY — Combined Energy Services (CES), a regional energy supplier, continues to help the Sullivan County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) keep its homeless dogs and cats protected and warm during the toughest winter months with its annual heating fuel donation.

In March, CES presented manager Debbie Dittert and president Dana Hawk-Heimbach of the SPCA with a $2,500 propane gas credit. Throughout the winter months, the SPCA struggles to heat its kennel due to lack of proper insulation in the aging cinderblock building.

CES also donated a cargo van to the organization this past fall that is being utilized to aid veterinary efforts, as well as rescue efforts in collaboration with the North Shore Animal League. The company also provides funding through its yearly “Fill Up for Furries” campaign each spring.