Messalonskee Students Help Humane Society

Rob Poindexter

Updated 10 months ago

A group of wood shop students from Messalonskee High School are doing their part to raise money for their local Humane Society.

The students have spent the past few months building these dog houses.

Tuesday afternoon their teacher dropped off the houses at the Waterville Humane Society.

The 12 hand-crafted dog houses will be sold and all the money raised will go to the humane society to help pay for the care of the animals.

“I was ecstatic,” said Interim Executive Director Kathleen Ross. “I think it’s great to have the schools getting involved with the community, with the shelter. And what’s even better obviously for us is that it’s pulling people into the shelter so they can see what’s going on here.”

Anyone interested in buying one of the doghouses can call the Waterville Humane Society at 873-2430


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