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April 3, 2013

Animal Rescue Donation

MERIDIAN — Meridian High School Youth Advisory Council members are shown with donated items for the East Mississippi Animal Rescue, an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue and re-homing of abandoned animals in East Mississippi. Shown are: front row, from left, Lisa Abel, Emily Paul and Lauren Gaddie; second row, from left, Jalen Gordan, Cameron Seaphus, Amanda Price, Kissy Watkins, Lynette Nave, Margaret Griffin, Katie Bruister, Kinsey Thornton and Madeline Griffin; and back row, from left, Holli Cobb (YAC sponsor), Scott Ellis, Brandon Perry, Mia Pittman, Damon Kirk, Keisha Robinson, Cathy Sims, Claire McCraw, Caroline McGinnis, Devyn Chesney and Wendell Sorell. YAC collected the items for this year's service-learning project this year.

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