Local youngsters donate raised funds to Humane Society
Amara, Maddox and Bitts, one of the adoptable kittens (Photo: Columbia-Greene Humane Society)
Girl Scout Troop 1444 from Catskill (Photo: Columbia-Greene Humane Society)
HUDSON, N.Y. - The Columbia-Greene Humane Society has collected donations from some generous children recently.
9-year-old Amara Wright held a hot dog stand at the Philmont Farmers Market from which all proceeds went to the Columbia-Greene Humane Society. Amara and her brother, Maddox, collected a grand total of $68 for the shelter. Pictured: Amara, Maddox and Bitts, one of the adoptable kittens.)
Also, on Saturday, Girl Scout Troop 1444 from Catskill brought the shelter $100 worth of in-kind donations, including food, toys, and more. (Pictured: Girls enjoyed a tour of the Shelter, including Ella Souza, Lauren Liberti, Delia Darling, Meeghan Darling, and Rachel Miszczak. Jonah Souza, also of the group, is not pictured.)