Holiday drive to benefit needy animals

Students in Ray Shrout and Ashley Johnson’s fourth-grade classes at Clymer Central School recently held a pet product donation drive that will benefit the A.N.N.A. Shelter in Corry. The students held the drive in place of a Christmas gift exchange. The students’ efforts netted several dozen items, including pet food, toys, blankets, paper towels and cleaning products. Both classes had a chance to vote on where they wanted to focus their cause, with the students overwhelmingly voting to support less fortunate animals this holiday season, according to Johnson.

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