Brody’s Service Project
May02

Brody’s Service Project

Meet Brody! He recently completed a Tae Kwon Do service project at Master Cho’s. Brody solicited donations at the Ashland Walmart on a Saturday and Sunday and gathered items that could be used to take care of the adoptable animals. He’s shown here with about half of his donations! In addition, Brody amassed over $400 in donations that he turned into gift cards for Petco and Walmart so that animal supplies could be purchased. Not shown in the digital are about 12 very large bags of dog food, over 20 bottles of Dawn Dish-washing Liquid, and over 20 containers of Peanut...

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Chip Visits All Saints Catholic School
Apr17

Chip Visits All Saints Catholic School

Chip recently visited with Mrs. McAulay’s kindergarten class at All Saints Catholic School.  The children learned about Hanover Humane and were able to meet Chip, who was born into Hanover Humane’s Adoption Program in 2008.  The children are learning about responsible pet ownership and have been working on fundraising efforts to help Hanover Humane’s adoptable...

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Chip visits Pearson’s Corner Elementary School
Feb01

Chip visits Pearson’s Corner Elementary School

Chip visited Pearson’s Corner Elementary School’s PTA meeting on January 23, 2017 for the All Panthers Read Book Reveal.   Over the next few weeks, the entire school will be reading Dewey: The Small-Town Cat Who Touched the World by Vicki Myron and Brett Witter.   The attendees provided Hanover Humane with many, many donations of puppy food, dog food, kitten food, cat food, and other supplies.  All the donations will be used to take care of the animals in Hanover Humane’s adoption...

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Never a Silent Night
Dec14

Never a Silent Night

There’s never a silent night at the Hanover Humane Society.

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2016 Patriotic Pet Contestants
Aug12
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Thank you to the students at Elmont Elementary
Mar05

Thank you to the students at Elmont Elementary

Recently, the students at Elmont Elementary raised money to donate to the Hanover Humane. The students read a school-wide book called The World According to Humphrey as part of the “One School,  One Book Program.”    As part of this project, students wanted to raise money for Humphrey the hamster’s friends at Hanover Humane. The school goal was to raise $100 and, if it was reached, Elmont’s Vice Principal would kiss Humphrey the Hamster. Well, the students raised $390.32, and Ms. Sanders kissed Humphrey the Hamster!  Hanover Humane thanks the students and faculty at Elmont Elementary for this wonderful...

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