Boston Middle School students to host “Project Paws” adoption fair April 13

By Boston Middle School writers Anna Kubik, Veronica Karagory and Chaise Magnuson
The Boston Middle School seventh-grade philanthropy students will host a dog adoption fair, “Project Paws,” on Thursday, April 13, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the school, 1000 Harrison St., LaPorte. The students are partnering with Giant Paw Prints Rescue, an organization committed to finding loyal and responsible owners for the dogs they rescue in order for them to live a happy life.
Community members are invite to attend and participate in a variety of activities and hopefully choose to adopt a dog. Activities will include walking the dogs, playing with them, and even getting a chance to get your picture taken with them at the “Smooch a Pooch” photo booth.
Boston students are hosting this event in an effort to find dogs great, loving homes to last a lifetime. But this cannot happen without the help of the community. An admission fee of just $1 will be charged to all participants. Extra goodies, such as scarves and toys for dogs, will be sold at the event, as well as cookies provided by Della Nonnas.
The Boston philanthropy students are looking forward to hosting this event and hope that you will attend. Please come and support the Boston Middle School students, Giant Paw Prints Rescue, and the many amazing dogs that deserve only the best.

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