Up Down The Line

Photos by Brittney Lohmiller/The Herald
For the past three years, Holy Trinity Catholic School eighth-graders have visited the Dubois County Humane Society to deliver items the Jasper school collects and to learn about the facility. The students formed a line Tuesday morning to quickly unload donations of food, toys, office supplies, kitty litter and treats. Will Weinzapfel, second from right, prepared to catch a bag of food tossed to him by classmate Isaac Day.

 

Eighth-graders Taylor Huff, from left, Lexi Gress and Emma Wolf visited with some of the cats and kittens available for adoption at the humane society Tuesday morning in Jasper.

 

Eighth-grader Elizabeth Engelberth held out her hand to allow Pepper, an American Staffordshire mix, to sniff while visiting the dog kennels Tuesday morning.

 

Eighth-grader Caleb Seng visited with some of the cats and kittens available for adoption at the humane society Tuesday morning in Jasper. "Every year I want to teach the kids to serve and to learn about the opportunities that are available for them to give back to their communities," teacher Denise Miller said.



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