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Pennies for Pets helps raise money for animals

Rider High School National Honor Society students will be hitting the streets this weekend to fundraise for their annual Pennies for Pets campaign. (Source: RNN Texoma) Rider High School National Honor Society students will be hitting the streets this weekend to fundraise for their annual Pennies for Pets campaign. (Source: RNN Texoma)
WICHITA FALLS, Tx (RNN Texoma) -

Rider High School National Honor Society students will be hitting the streets this weekend to fundraise for their annual Pennies for Pets campaign.

The students will go door-to-door asking for donations.

Half of the money earned will go to the Wichita County Humane Society and the other half will go to P.E.T.S.

"The National Honor Society, one of the main pillars is service, so this is one big service project we do," said Kristy Ciuba, Rider National Honor Society Sponsor. 

"We get the feeling of knowing that we're helping by giving back to our community especially the animals," said Serena Phillips, Rider NHS Officer.

Students will be asking for more than pennies. Any donation will be gladly accepted.

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