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Second Chance Animal Shelter Project
For this English project we decided to help the community by rasing awareness for the Second Chance Animal Shleter, a non-kill shelter. Originally we were going to just play a movie on morning nannouncements, but then we decided to hold a cat drive for the shleter, to collect items like cat food, cat litter, and cat toys for the shelter. The cat drive went from March 28th to April 7th, and was relatively succesful. We managed to get some toys and food, as well as a cat bed, that will be sent to the shelter either this weekend (April 9th-10th) or next weekend (April 16th-17th).
BY: Lauren Wesolowski, Taylor Backerverbits, Nick Tepper, and Sarah Savell
This is the final cut of the video we wanted to put on announcements. There were originally 3 different formats and ideas, but this one was the final because it was supposed to just be a video asking for donations.
Gerlach, Larry. "Boston Massacre." Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. Grolier
Online, 2010. Web. 4 Nov. 2010.
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"What is TNR?" Neighborhood Cats: The Feral Cat Experts. N.p., 2010. Web. 18
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Sept. 2004: n. pag. National Geographic. Web. 22 Nov. 2010.
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"Second Chance Animal Shelter Inc., Home." Advertisement. Second Chance Animal
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video #2 (this is just the final w/out music)
The Original Videos:
click the kitty to go to the Second Chance Animal Shelter website