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Progressive Profile: Celeste Dixon

Celeste Dixon, vice president of the Pawnee County Humane Society board, visits the cat room at the shelter, Saturday, Jan. 23.

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Celeste Dixon, park ranger at the Fort Larned National Historical Site, is vice president of the Pawnee County Humane Society board of directors.
Dixon is originally from Texas. She came to Pawnee County eight years ago to work at Fort Larned, her sixth national park.
She joined the PCHS in 2009, offering to provide foster care for animals waiting to be adopted. She served as volunteer coordinator for several years, although another board member, board secretary Toni Hartman, recently took over that responsibility.
Dixon said she continues to help at the PCHS because she sees it has a positive effect ...


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