Westhaven Elementary School fourth graders Bevin Woodcock, Sophia Valerius and Liam Collins, their teacher Michelle Lindsay and Belleville Area Humane Society representatives Katie Nelson, executive director, and Shoshanna Mostoller, program director, pose for a photograph with shelter dog Poppy. The Belleville students organized a fundraising effort at school for the animal shelter. On Monday, they gave the shelter representatives a check for $580.
Westhaven Elementary School fourth graders Bevin Woodcock, Sophia Valerius and Liam Collins, their teacher Michelle Lindsay and Belleville Area Humane Society representatives Katie Nelson, executive director, and Shoshanna Mostoller, program director, pose for a photograph with shelter dog Poppy. The Belleville students organized a fundraising effort at school for the animal shelter. On Monday, they gave the shelter representatives a check for $580. Provided
Westhaven Elementary School fourth graders Bevin Woodcock, Sophia Valerius and Liam Collins, their teacher Michelle Lindsay and Belleville Area Humane Society representatives Katie Nelson, executive director, and Shoshanna Mostoller, program director, pose for a photograph with shelter dog Poppy. The Belleville students organized a fundraising effort at school for the animal shelter. On Monday, they gave the shelter representatives a check for $580. Provided

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