• Donation made to the Henry County Animal Shelter

    Henry County Animal Shelter Receives
    Donation from Science National Honor Society Students

    Date Submitted: 4 /10/2008

    The Henry County Animal Shelter welcomed a donation on Thursday from students involved in the Science National Honor Society. Students representing the Honor Societies of Woodland High School and Stockbridge High School were Clay Kimmey, Ally Martin, Monika Graham, and Jaquita Smith. They were accompanied by Woodland teacher and Stockbridge High School Sponsor, Janice Work.

    Students at Woodland raised $275 and students at Stockbridge raised a total of $300. The donations marked the sixth year the Stockbridge High School Science Honor Society made donations to the Henry County Animal Shelter and the first year for Woodland.

    "These donations are very important for us," said Gerri Dueringer, director of Henry County Animal Care and Control. "The money helps us purchase non-budgeted items, but more importantly, goes toward our Spay and Neuter Clinics."

    The Henry County Animal Shelter, located at 527 Hampton Street in McDonough, is open Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. For more information about the Henry County Animal Control or to find volunteer and donor opportunities, please visit www.henrycounty-ga.org or call (770) 288-PETS (7387).


Last Modified on May 31, 2013