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Shelter Savers aid BCHS

The Shelter Savers collected more than 50 bags of food, which on Tuesday it donated to the Butler County Humane Society.  The students also visited with BCHS represenative Kandys Killough, left, who shared with them the mission of the BCHS. The students that led the food drive were, from left to right, Kenidy Watson, Alyssa Johnson, Sarah Parrish and Candice Reeves. Not pictured is Sarah Bunch. (Advocate Staff/Andy Brown)

The Shelter Savers collected more than 50 bags of food, which on Tuesday it donated to the Butler County Humane Society. The students also visited with BCHS represenative Kandys Killough, left, who shared with them the mission of the BCHS. The students that led the food drive were, from left to right, Kenidy Watson, Alyssa Johnson, Sarah Parrish and Candice Reeves. Not pictured is Sarah Bunch. (Advocate Staff/Andy Brown)

A group of animal-loving students at Greenville Elementary School banded together to lend a helping hand to the Butler County Humane Society.

The students formed a club called the Shelter Savers with the goal of providing assistance to animals in the area that don’t have homes.  After reading “The Lemonade War,” the group decided to put on a food drive benefiting the Humane Society. The club collected more than 50 bags of food, which on Tuesday it donated to the BCHS.

The students also visited with BCHS represenative Kandys Killough, who shared with them the mission of the BCHS.

The students that led the food drive were Kenidy Watson, Alyssa Johnson, Sarah Parrish, Candice Reeves and Sarah Bunch.