Instilling Activism

Photo by Kaiti Sullivan/The Herald
Holy Trinity Catholic School eighth-graders Jessica Oeding, left, Shea Smith, Maria Buechler and Caroline Kieffner peer through a window into the cat room during a tour at the Dubois County Humane Society in Jasper on Wednesday. The class delivered donations collected by the school during the whole month of August. Humane society volunteer Kelly Eckerle of Jasper gave the class a tour after dropping off their donations. "It's really special," she said. "My mom used to drop me off here to volunteer as a ten-year-old. It's super important to me that kids learn community activism at that age."

 

Holy Trinity Catholic School eighth-grader Leo Eckman helps unload donations with his classmates at the Dubois County Humane Society in Jasper on Wednesday. Every month the school raises donations for a specific organization, last month being the humane society.

 

Holy Trinity Catholic School eighth-graders unload a bus full of donations at the Dubois County Humane Society in Jasper on Wednesday. The school has been collecting donations for the humane society for the whole month of August.

 

Holy Trinity Catholic School eighth-graders Shea Smith, left, Maria Buechler, Jessica Oeding and Ana Uebelhor pet Mickey, a dog from the shelter, after touring the Dubois County Humane Society in Jasper on Wednesday.



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