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October 3, 2012

Peabody, MA -- A number of pet owners who live and work at Brooksby Village will participate in the Annual Interfaith Blessing of the Pets on Thursday, October 4 at 10am in the Chapel. 

 "We are expecting many pets and their owners," said Rich Byrne, Pastoral Ministries Manager, Brooksby Village.  "People bring dogs, cats, and photos of deceased pets, some pictures dating into the 1940s.  Each year it is a warm and memorable sharing of our love for our special friends."

Brooksby Village has three large clubhouses featuring an on-site medical center, staffed by full-time doctors, five restaurants, two convenience stores, two beauty parlors, a TV studio, a swimming pool, activity rooms, classrooms, game rooms and even two branches of a bank.  Residents also have the opportunity to take part in hundreds of different clubs and activities.  The community also has its own Interfaith Chapel on campus that serves as the physical foundation for a strong faith-based community.
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