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To the Editor:
On April 27, an amazing group of exceptional CHS seniors chose as their senior project to host the third annual “Be Their Voice” fundraiser for the Carroll County Humane Society. It was headed by senior Lexie Kilgore and included Bradley Miley, Megan Galliher, Morgan Harsh, Skye Meek and Jessica Bowman. They worked very hard, asking local merchants to donate items for a raffle. They had about $400 worth of prizes. They planned a cutest doggie contest. Some wore costumes and all the dogs had a great time with lots of attention.

The team had a great lineup of entertainment, including the CHS Showstoppers, Chris Rains and performances by the senior and friends of the project. The parents and friends helped prepare food and served refreshments.
Kudos to everyone involved and, of course, the Carroll County Parks Commission for the use of Community Park.

The event raised several hundred dollars for the Humane Society to help with the spay/neuter program and the animal cruelty investigations as well as other programs to help the animals of Carroll County.

Dorothy Moore
Member
Carroll County Humane Society

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