Girl Scouts hold pet supply drive in August

  • Friday, August 17, 2018 2:26pm
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                                Oak Harbor Girl Scout Troop stands in front of WAIF. The troop is holding a pet supply drive to benefit Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation. In back, left to right, are troop leader Jennifer Wilkins, Tisa Seely, WAIF outreach coordinator, and Jayde Linson. In front row are Morgan Wilkins, Chloe Parker, Aurelia Berk-Sohn and Sydney Fisher.

Photo provided. Oak Harbor Girl Scout Troop stands in front of WAIF. The troop is holding a pet supply drive to benefit Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation. In back, left to right, are troop leader Jennifer Wilkins, Tisa Seely, WAIF outreach coordinator, and Jayde Linson. In front row are Morgan Wilkins, Chloe Parker, Aurelia Berk-Sohn and Sydney Fisher.

Oak Harbor Girl Scout Troop no. 40842 is hosting a pet supply drive to benefit the Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation.

There will be a donation box inside Island Pet Center during the month of August.

Items being collected include dog and cat food, dog and cat treats, cat litter, dog and cat toys and bedding.

The troops will also accept gently-used blankets and towels.

The drive is part of the troop’s Bronze Award service project.

In addition to the box at Island Pet Center, there will be a pet supply drive in front of the Oak Harbor Petco 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25.

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