December 11, 2008
November 29, 2008
Melody Pratt had an idea and set about accomplishing it. With the present job market situation, she was afraid that the citizens of Clinton County would forget about the many homeless cats and dogs. Melody placed collection boxes in several stores with a list of everyday supplies attached to them. Within a week, she was overwhelmed with the number of gifts of supplies and cash donations. As you can see in the photo, the people of Clinton County do care about our animals and it took just one caring person to let them express themselves. Thank you, Melody and all those who donated supplies. When we find loving homes for 60 or more animals per month, it takes alot of supplies. GOOD IDEA, MELODY!
November 9, 2008
Members of Cub Scout Pack 777 Den #5, Den Leader Ed Bellman, along with parents and sibs were given a tour of our shelter by Katie Cox, CCHS volunteer, November 9. They brought along supplies that will help us help the animals. The animals and volunteers thank them.
October 25, 2008
Volunteers from "Make a Difference Day" stopped by the Clinton County Humane Society shelter Saturday (October 25). They delivered cat and dog toys, kitty litter, paper towels, food and other items. What a nice surprise and what a wonderful way to 'make a difference'. The animals and we thank them.
September 29, 2008
General Chairman,Judy Gano & CCHS Coordinator, Marilyn Rollwage