Sixth graders raise funds for Second Chance animal shelter. See more Grand Canyon News education stories here

| February 8, 2017

By Erin Ford • Grand Canyon News

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — Thanks to the efforts of Grand Canyon middle schoolers, cats and dogs at Flagstaff’s Second Chance animal shelter can rest a little easier.

Kristin Manning’s sixth grade science class, which performed two random acts of kindness to support the community, voted to raise funds for the non-profit organization by selling candy canes to fellow students and participating in Barnes and Noble’s gift-wrapping program.

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