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PET FIXER — People for Animal Welfare in El Dorado County or PAWED volunteer of the year Coloma resident Jeff Lee, left, gives PAWED volunteer Cindy Mayes, right,  a tour of the mobile spay-and-neuter clinic, a converted 36-foot motorhome Saturday at PAWED's annual meeting at Eskaton Village Placerville. Lee was instrumental in the design and research, gathering a team of volunteers together, and assembling a state-of-the-art mobile veterinary clinic. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

PET FIXER — People for Animal Welfare in El Dorado County or PAWED volunteer of the year Coloma resident Jeff Lee, left, gives PAWED volunteer Cindy Mayes, right, a tour of the mobile spay-and-neuter clinic, a converted 36-foot motorhome Saturday at PAWED's annual meeting at Eskaton Village Placerville. Lee was instrumental in the design and research, gathering a team of volunteers together, and assembling a state-of-the-art mobile veterinary clinic. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

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By From page C2 | February 10, 2012

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