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Sylvan Students Help Furry Victims of Super Storm Sandy

Find out how an author's school visit sparked an elementary school donation effort.

After receiving a visit by author Heather Worthington and learning about the interesting travels the dog in her story “Miles of Smiles” took, Sylvan Avenue Elementary School students decided to coordinate a supply drive for some of the most helpless victims of Hurricane Sandy – the pets.

During the “Paws for a Cause” drive, students donated a wide variety of supplies, including dog and cat food, cat litter, bones, treats, towels and blankets.

The items collected were given to the nonprofit animal rescue organization Guardians of Rescue, a group that has been actively involved in providing shelter, supplies and veterinary care for the furry victims of the hurricane.

Shown aer Sylvan Avenue Elementary School students collected supplies for the furry victims of Hurricane Sandy: James Bott, Christopher Moyse, Julianna Bershad and Megan Young are pictured here with Sylvan Avenue speech pathologists Christine Monahan and Laurie Katz, who helped coordinate the school’s effort.

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