Can drive goes to dogs … and cats

Amanda Kulig and members of her fifth-grade class at Lakeshore Humane Society.

Amanda Kulig, a fifth-grade teacher at Dunkirk Intermediate School, has teamed up again with Marcus Promber, owner of Can Kings again to partake in a can drive to earn money for the animals in need at Lakeshore Humane Society.

Kulig and Promber have worked together on several occasions raising money within the district to give back to the community. “We believe it is important to teach our students that giving back to the community is very important to making positive relationships within our city.” Kulig stated. “These children are the future of the community and we want them to be kind and continue to add to the growth of the city.”

Rock Valone, a former administrator for Dunkirk City School District and all staff at Lakeshore Humane Society are always so kind and grateful to all parties involved. They even provided a tour of the facility for students and families where everyone was able to meet the animals looking for forever homes and understand the hard work all the volunteers provide for the animals.

Cans are always accepted at Can Kings located at 112-114 E. Main St., Fredonia, at (716) 818- 8322. Residents can drop off items for the Kulig 5th Grade Can Drive.


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