School club donates to animal shelter
Jan 23, 2014 | 1118 views |  0 comments | 19 19 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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Members of the Sylacauga High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America group raised $814.37 and collected a big box of supplies including pet food, cleaning supplies and bedding for the Sylacauga Animal Rescue Foundation. On hand for the presentation were, kneeling from left, students Tatiyana Smith, Darlesha Deyampert, Kiera Hawkins, Kaitlin Robinson, Tatiana Harrison and Tiara Lacey; and standing, club sponsor Patricia Bailey and students Symonne Powers, Olivia Moon and Imani Hale, Principal Matt Hubbard, students Ashley Woolverton, Justiss Harris, Fabian Hale, Stephanie McGregor and Amaya Brown and ARF officials and volunteers James Adams, Barbara Hamilton, Connie Willette and Celeste Landers and student Elizabeth Legg. The donations will be used for vaccinations, medications and supplies. Landers said donations of bleach are constantly being sought. Bottles can be dropped off at the shelter or at Yoder’s Family Traditions at 30 N. Norton Ave. Bailey said teacher Natalie Hubbard’s class was treated to breakfast after raising the most funds for the charity drive.