jeans to work. That was the ploy used by the junior class at William Woods
University to raise money that was donated to the Garrett Animal Shelter in
spring. Faculty and staff were given the opportunity to choose between the
animal shelter, Faith Maternity Center and SERVE. The charity getting the most votes then
received all the money collected.
the faculty and staff involved,” Amy Gibson, junior class president, said. “We
decided this would be an incentive for them because they would decide where
they wanted the money to go—and they would get to wear jeans for a day.”
Scriber, Shelby Jobe, Beth Oseroff and Darian Lightfoot selected the three
organizations because they were diverse.
city-funded shelter that deals only with dogs and cats. The shelter has room
for about 20 dogs and 10 cats, but a campaign is under way to build a larger
present a donation to Tina
Barnes, animal control supervisor, at Garrett Animal Shelter.