Shelbyville Daily Union


February 26, 2011

Moulton Council Raises Money for Humane Society

SHELBYVILLE, IL. — Moulton Middle School student council donated $180 to the Shelby County Humane Society.

The council held a pet contest in which students monetarily voted for their favorite pet. Winning pet was J.J. the cat, owned by Sadie Goralski. She received a WalMart gift card and a toy for J.J.

Pictured are front row from left: student council members Maitri Patel, Tyler Pasley, Curt Campbell, Jenny Karraker, and Claudia Watson. Behind them are Humane Society vice president Ray Calantoni with Drake, Janice Koontz, president Crystal Reynolds with Chloe, Carol Spencer, student council adviser Laura Beckman. Back row is pet contest winner Sadie Goralski.

Reynolds said the money will be used toward dog runs in the shelter.

“It is awesome that the youth want to get involved with the needs of the animals,” said Reynolds. “We feel blessed that they chose the Humane Society.”

Photo by Valorie Eversole

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