The Rangely National Junior Honor Society presented a $250 check to the Rangely Animal Shelter Tuesday, April 17. This is an annual donation that NJHS has made for the last four years. NJHS sponsors a coin drive competition between the sixth, seventh and eighth graders. Students donated coins that added to their total and dollars that subtracted from their total. According to animal shelter director Vicky Pfennig, the money donated will help the shelter pay to get the animals neutered and spayed, to purchase medical expenses, advertisements in the paper and ID chips. Pictured from left to right: animal shelter representatives Fern Arnn and Vicky Pfennig; NJHS president Courtney Bell, sponsor Cheryl Blackburn, NJHS members Justyne Dembowski, Carrie Goddard, Kristen Coleman, Echo Campbell and Chris Hogan.
Thirteen-year-old Alexus Epps and her dog, Killer, hosted a dog wash last week to benefit the Rangely Animal Shelter.
RANGELY I On April 27 National Junior Honor Society will be leading the Rangely Middle School students to participate in a town-wide trash pick-up. Students will be around town from 1:30-3:30 p.m. April 27 helping […]