Pleasant Hill Elementary students have a coin collection each year to support a worthy project in Calhoun County. In previous years students have donated to Calhoun County Solid Waste Authority (Cabot Station Recycling Center) to help keep the center operating and the Calhoun County Department of Natural Resources to help with litter control.

This year the students collected coins for Calhoun County Welfare of Animals Group [WAG] to help in their effort to keep animals safe and control the number of stray animals in our county.

Pleasant Hill principal Amy Nicholas presented a check on behalf of the students to Mrs. Jane Carpenter, president of WAG, in the amount of $517.63 at their awards assembly on May 22.

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