JCS Participates in 25th Annual Day of Caring

JCS Participates in 25th Annual Day of Caring
Posted on 09/10/2019
Wright Denny KKids at Happy Retreat during the Day of CaringCHARLES TOWN, W.Va. – Jefferson County Schools (JCS) was proud to join the United way of the Eastern Panhandle for their 25th Annual Day of Caring on Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019.
Twenty-six students from Charles Town Middle School traveled to Pat’s Little Angels near Kabletown to volunteer for a variety of tasks associated with the care and maintenance of the cat population there.  
Pat’s Little Angels is a non-profit organization focused on caring for feral cats.  The group organizes fundraisers to help spay or neuter and feed feral cats.  They rescue cats, take care of their health needs, and find foster or permanent homes for the cats.
Shepherdstown Elementary School fifth grade students spent their time at the Rumsey Monument in Shepherdstown. picking up litter and other tasks to improve the looks of the area.
Students from Wright Denny Intermediate School’s KKids volunteered to help cleanup Happy retreat in Charles Town.
The Day of Caring sponsored by the United Way is held each September.  
Volunteers from Berkeley, Morgan, and Jefferson Counties volunteered at donated their time and hard work at more than 50 project locations across the Eastern Panhandle.

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