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  • Sandyston-Walpack 4th Grade




— The fourth graders of the Marian McKeown and Sandyston-Walpack Consolidated Elementary schools donated their time and artistic talents to help Catherine Madrid of the Kittatinny Interact Club create various pet items. The students made cat scratch posts, dog tug toys, cat toys, as well as cat and dog blankets.

These special gifts will be donated to Father John’s Animal Shelter and other local animal shelters. Thank you to the students who care enough about our animal friends to bring them some love until they find their forever home.



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