By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
SEYMOUR >> Thanks to the efforts of students at Seymour Middle School,
dogs and cats at the town’s animal shelter will have plenty to eat and get some
needed veterinary care.
Students in the school’s Small Steps Club recently raised more than $300 for
the Seymour Animal Shelter by hosting a can and bottle drive at the school.
Students on Wednesday presented Animal Control Officer Deborah Ice with the
“The students’ goal was to collect 6,100 cans and bottles; that would be
enough to fill 38 contractor size trash bags,” said club adviser and teacher
Brian Cleveland. “They easily achieved that goal.”
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