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Every member in the National Honor Society is required to do a community service project.  When deciding what I wanted to do for this project, I quickly realized that there was a lot of thing I could do.  As a runner, I end up seeing a lot of different animals as I run by the houses. When seeing these animals, I thought about all the animals that are not as fortunate as the ones I was seeing.  It was due to this that I decided to make my project about collecting supplies for these animals.   Thanks to the generous donations from the community, we were able to get a lot of supplies!

Thomas  Houghtaling

Our greatest gratitude to this fine young man.

THOMAS HOUGHTALING

Emma C Chase Student Council Fundraiser

Thank you so much Maryann Swensen and all the kids from the student council. They were so well behaved and worked so hard to provide all of these much needed and appreciated donations.

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Cooke Elementary

Special thanks to all the students from Cooke Elementary who generously worked hard, by saving all their pennies, cashing in bottles and doing whatever they had to do to bring us donations and a large check in the amount of $1,394.50 to go towards our new building addition.  We have an anonymous donor who matches all out donations for this project so $2789.00 will go a long way. What great kids, and the parents and teachers who lead them.

Special thanks to all the students from Cooke Elementary who generously worked hard, by saving all their pennies, cashing in bottles and doing whatever they had to do to bring us donations and a large check in the amount of $1,394.50 to go towards our new building addition.  We have an anonymous donor who matches all out donations for this project so $2789.00 will go a long way. What great kids, and the parents and teachers who lead them.

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Photo Op Bainbridge

Recent adoptee Bainbridge wants to know if his butt looks big in these chaps  LOL

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January 17th 2022 - The Betty White Challenge

Participate In The ‘Betty White Challenge’
On January 17th, the date in 2022 that Betty would have turned 100 years old, choose your favorite rescue or shelter.
Then, make a donation of $5 or more (whatever you can afford) to the rescue or shelter in Betty White’s name!
Any donations made for the Betty White Challenge will be matched by our anonymous donor.
Click on Donate to donate through PayPal.
Or
Send a check to Sullivan SPCA PO Box 995 Rock Hill NY
*You can also choose some posts of available adoptable animals from the rescue or shelter to share on your own social media.
You probably know that Betty White was a huge animal rights advocate.
“My love of animals started as a child, dogs were and are life to me!”
“I spend a lot of my time volunteering at our local shelters to help socialize dogs to help them get adopted quickly.”
“I’ve also fostered and trained a ton of dogs over the years and will continue doing so until I can no longer physically manage it.”
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February 10, 2021 - Mama Beagle, Susie gives birth to 6 puppies

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