Â 02/19/14 Residents and staff from the Millerâ€™s Senior Living Community recently worked together on a project making homemade pet treats.Â The pet treats were then sold on the Millerâ€™s Campus and at the February 12th Marshall County Humane Society Baked Potato and Salad Bar. Â Â The pet treats were sold for $1.00/bag with all money going directly to the MCHS.
For the past ten years Millerâ€™s Assisted Living has conducted what they call â€śPennies for Pawsâ€ť.Â â€śPennies for Pawsâ€ť is a time when residents and staff collect their loose change and donate it to the MC Humane Society.Â
â€śYouâ€™d be surprised how quickly loose change adds up,â€ť stated Activity Director Cindy Flagg.Â â€śMany years we have been able to donate one hundred dollars or more by simply collecting change that people have lying around.â€ť
This year, however, with the entire campus getting involved collecting change and selling treats; Millerâ€™s Senior Living Community proudly presented MCHS director Nancy Cox with over $750.00!Â Â
Photo:Â Pictured are:Â Helen Peer, Myrna Daube, Cindy Flagg, Cindy Washburn, Nancy Cox and Anna Corbett.