Rusty Dennen writes about the environment and the great outdoors.
A vote for wildlife
The Wildlife Center of Virginia wants your vote on Oct. 1 to help it snag a new Toyota Sienna to help in its work as an internationally known veterinary hospital and education center. The center in Waynesboro in the Shenandoah Valley is one of 250 finalists, and among five in Virginia, in Toyota’s 100 Cars for Good program. The car maker is donating vehicles to 100 nonprofits across the country, based on public votes. The first two Virginia finishers will each get a car. Two winners will be selected each day for 50 days, starting Oct. 1. Friends of the Rappahannock got a Toyota Highlander Hybrid under the program in 2011.