Northwestern girls raise more than $1K for vet dogs

posted Feb 28, 2017, 9:57 PM by Courtney Fobes ‎(Marketing & PR)‎   [ updated Feb 28, 2017, 10:01 PM by NWSD District ]
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The Northwestern Wildcats girls basketball team held its annual charity game on Jan. 23, raising $1,150 for American’s VetDogs – The Veteran’s K-9 Corps. Albion VFW Post #2341 was a co-sponsor of the game. From left are Sean Sherman, of the VFW, seniors Scarlett Seneta, Ashley Ackerman, Katie Troutman, Camry King and Sandy Feldmiller of the VFW.

 

The Northwestern Wildcats girls basketball annual charity game was held Jan. 23 at Corder Gym in Albion.


Team members chose America’s VetDogs® – The Veteran's K-9 Corps, an organization that serves the needs of disabled veterans and active duty personnel, to be the recipient of funds raised at this year’s game.


The team raised a total of $650, and the game’s sponsor, the Albion VFW #2341, donated $500, making the night’s total donation $1,150.


Any Northwestern students wearing spirit or red/black clothing were admitted for free to the game. The girls’ basketball team offered free admission several times this season to students wearing team colors.

The "Lay-up for Pups" charity game included raffles, a 50-50 drawing, t-shirt sales and half-court shots for $1 at halftime, all to raise money for America's VetDogs.


Each year, the lady Wildcats hold a charity game. The seniors choose the recipient of the funds raised.


“We all wanted to do something for animals, and I wanted to tie in the military aspect,” said senior Scarlett Seneta, who has enlisted in the U.S. Navy.

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