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Teens Collect For Hi-Tor

Clarkstown North students asked for contributions to help the county's only animal shelter

 

Will Smith of New City and several of his friends spent four hours on Sunday collecting pet food and supplies and donations for . Smith, a junior at Clarkstown North High School, decided to help after having volunteered at the Pomona shelter for several months and learning about its financial difficulties and the condition of the building.     

Smith and his friends also asked people to sign a petition in support of Hi-Tor. They displayed homemade signs that read "Have A Heart; Donate; Save the Shelter; What will happen to the animals?" while standing in front of PetSmart in Nanuet.

Rockland County Legislator Ed Day February 06, 2012 at 01:19 PM
A wonderful gesture on the part of some of our Clarkstown North students, led by Will Smith. Thank you to these special young people!

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