2018 Humane Society BANN

Area animal shelters are about to be inundated with donations from generous Raiders of various sizes.

Humane Society.gAs part of their Day 100 celebration, the first graders at Reid set a goal to collect 100 items to give to the Humane Society of Harrisburg. But the students’ generosity well exceeded their goal with a total of 385 items! A representative from the Humane Society and Sprinkles the rabbit visited the first graders to explain the work of the Humane Society. The top three donators were recognized and each student had the opportunity to pet sweet Sprinkles.

Meanwhile, the Key Club at MAHS has been making dog toys out of old t-shirts. The Key Club asked the MAHS student body to donate t-shirts and they were shocked when they received an overwhelming response! They thought they would be able to make a few dog toys but instead they have made hundreds and their project has taken longer than expected.

Once again, Raiders show up with huge hearts and open hands.

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Jameson Kupp, Benjamin Hohenwarter and
Cora Corsnitz (not pictured) were top donators.

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Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Kendall Stiffler, Alyssa Martz,
Talia Scott. Kneeling: Caroline Gill

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Dominic Car pets Sprinkles.

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Veronica Miller and Sophia York

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