Sixteen students from Green and South Webster High School celebrated National Make a Difference Day on Saturday by donating a collection of pet food to Sierra's Haven in Clay Township, and helping clean-up their facility.
"We did a pet food drive with Green High School and South Webster Elementary and South Webster High School national honor society and (Jobs for Ohio Graduates) program. We did canned pet food, dry dog and cat food, cat litter old blankets, things like that to donate to Sierra's Haven," said Shane Ray, South Webster High School JOGs teacher. "I think it's a wonderful place they've come up with, to have this adoption agency here. It's important to keep it clean and nice so we have someplace to bring these abandoned animals."
Ray and Green High School JOGs teacher Ann Musgrove, said together their schools collected about a ton of supplies.
"I love it because it's a no-kill shelter, and we encourage people to come down and adopt a cat or a dog. Come here first," Musgrove said.
After delivering the items to the shelter, students stayed to help clean the cat cages, scrub the kennels, restock the supply room --