Youth donate dog, cat treats at Bark ‘n’ Bowl event

Submitted photo Pictured front row left to right: CJ Turner and Grayson Wrenn (Youth Club Members) Back Row left to right: Charlene Vallance, Brandy Alfredson (Humane Society Representatives); Chris Turner (Modern Woodmen Managing Partner), Ashley Turner (Modern Woodmen Activities Coordinator), Neely Turner, Michael Barbee, Thomas Barbee (Youth Club Members), Jackie Huggins (Humane Society Representative) and Candace Everett (Youth Club Leader).

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Pictured front row left to right: CJ Turner and Grayson Wrenn (Youth Club Members)
Back Row left to right: Charlene Vallance, Brandy Alfredson (Humane Society Representatives); Chris Turner (Modern Woodmen Managing Partner), Ashley Turner (Modern Woodmen Activities Coordinator), Neely Turner, Michael Barbee, Thomas Barbee (Youth Club Members), Jackie Huggins (Humane Society Representative) and Candace Everett (Youth Club Leader).

ROCKINGHAM — The Local  Modern Woodmen of America Youth Service Club collected dog and cat treats and toys during the month of July and presented bags filled with the supplies to representatives of the Humane Society of Richmond County Monday night during the second annual Bark ‘n’ Bowl fundraiser at Striker’s Bowling Center in Rockingham.

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