B.J. Ward performs with accompaniment from Joe Thalken as part of a NCSPCA fundraiser Sept. 3.
continued Catie Maye of Moriah and her mother, Theresa, set a goal to raise $1,000 for the shelter’s Capital Campaign. The two held a bake sale and basket raffle in Port Henry, and they were able to raise $1,201.
Maillane Morison and Olivia Hess announced a dog wash to benefit the shelter at their Essex church.
At one bake sale in Hague, where the girls go to camp, Penelope Taylor of Milton, Mass.; Suzanne Savage of Norwalk, Conn.; and Lucy Loper of Pawlet, Vt. raised $150.15 to support the shelter. One mother generously matched their earnings, making their total donation $300.30.
In July, three children on Willsboro Point decided they wanted to do something special for the animals at the North Country SPCA. Harrison Albano organized a lemonade stand. Using borrowed golf carts and their bikes, Alexandra and Samantha Trulson organized a run for children called “Point Runs for Pet.” Together, they raised over $61.