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Student service project benefits rescue

December 19, 2012
The OBSERVER

Seventh and eighth grade students at Chautauqua Lake Central School recently collected items for the Westfield Stray Cat Rescue (WSCR). In one week, students and staff collected 17 rolls of paper towels, 28 pounds of dry cat food, 34 cans of cat food, 75 pounds of cat litter, 16 cloth towels, three containers of laundry detergent and three boxes of dryer softener sheets, as well as $214 in cash contributions. In addition, they collected two bags of used clothing for the Thrifty Kitty thrift store, whose sales support WSCR.

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Showing some of the items collected for WSCR are (front row) Corrine Elliot, Josh Janicki, Jenna Briggs and Justin Wiemer; (standing) Sten Homme, Sara Godfrey, Anna Sena, Hannah Gilmore and Hunter Walczak. Class advisers are Chris Rammacher and Craig Riedesel, grade 7; and Stephanie Janicki and Shelly Walsh, grade 8.

 
 

 

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