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September 24, 2018

Pulaski Library Project To Benefit Homeless Animals


PULASKI – Oswego AmeriCorps member Stacey Petersen coordinates the Summer Reading Program at the Pulaski Public Library giving kids of all ages and abilities a chance to be better connected to their community.

This summer, there will be an opportunity for any volunteers to give back to their community.

Youngsters - Avi, Abby, Anthony, Ava, Olivia and Izzy - help make homemade cat toys out of toilet paper rolls and yarn.

Youngsters – Avi, Abby, Anthony, Ava, Olivia and Izzy – help make homemade cat toys out of toilet paper rolls and yarn.

There will be donation boxes to collect items to help the United Friends of Homeless Animals, the UFHA.

There will be a movie night event on August 5 for all ages.

Dress in your comfy PJs and bring your blanket and pillow.

Refreshments will be served.

The Oswego County AmeriCorps Program focuses on services for children and families.

These services help to benefit and connect families to their community.

At the Pulaski Public Library, Petersen coordinates the summer reading program around the theme “Fizz, Boom Read!” and allows children to better understand what science really is.

This community involvement project serves to help animals in need.

A short list of items to consider donating includes soft cat and dog food, catnip, paper towels, litter, cleaning supplies, treats, garbage bags, toys, shelving of any sort and much more.

On August 5 at 6 p.m., at the Snow Memorial Auditorium, there will be a community movie night for all ages.

Leanna and Bridgette decorate donation boxes.

Leanna and Bridgette decorate donation boxes.

The cost of entrance into the movie night event is one donated item to the United Friends of Homeless Animals or one used DVD donated to the Pulaski Public Library.

Jacqueline Novak is a Snow Scholar who volunteers at the library and is coordinating a community service project collecting used DVDs for the Pulaski Public Library.

Please call the Pulaski Public Library at (315) 298-2717 and ask for Petersen or Novak with any questions about how you can volunteer and give back this summer.

Support from all volunteers is greatly appreciated and teaches children everywhere to give back in any way that they can to help others in need.

The world is our playground and we share it with those who walk on two legs and also those that walk on four.

Give the library a call for further ways to contribute or to get a sneak into the secret movie showing at the movie night.

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