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GMHS visit

Ware Academy second and seventh grade students recently visited the Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society to help raise awareness for homeless pets available for adoption. Students brought donations and painted portraits of the animals. While visiting, they wrote messages to potential adopters to be hung around the facility. Seventh grader J.R. Andrews decided to sponsor the adoption fees of a cat named “Gabriel.” Brandy Carney’s second graders were tasked with a writing prompt, answers to which were displayed at the shelter to promote animal adoption. Pictured, front row from left, are students Owen Carney, Giorgio Nesbitt, Faith Scott, Isabel Alderman; second row, Jase Robins, Ashton Ames, Grayson Perecko, Ella Taylor, Emma Williams; back row, Lydia Hurst, Grayson Harris, Lucca Miltenberger, Charlotte Hogge, Rebecca Wenner, GMHS Adoption Specialist Voula Douglerakis, Amelia Waddell and Avery Makela. Standing behind students is teacher assistant Nevaeh Henderson.

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