George Ranch High School’s S.O.S. Club donates to local animal shelters

Lauren Chubon and Jessica Duran, co-founders of GRHS Save Our Strays present a check for $900 to Sugar Land Animal Services.

Lauren Chubon and Jessica Duran, co-founders of GRHS Save Our Strays present a check for $900 to Sugar Land Animal Services.

George Ranch High School started a new club this past Spring Semester called Save Our Stays or, simply S.O.S.  In just one short semester, the students of this club managed to raise over $1,800 for local animal shelters.  The club members share one common goal, a love for animals.

Students worked hard all semester holding bake sales at school and a garage sale at the Sugar Land Shelter.  With over 50 members, they’ve also spent time educating others on the importance of volunteering and donating to these shelters.

Lauren Chubon and Jessica Duran, co-founders of GRHS Save Our Strays present a check for $900 to Fort Bend County Animal Services.

Lauren Chubon and Jessica Duran, co-founders of GRHS Save Our Strays present a check for $900 to Fort Bend County Animal Services.

The S.O.S. Club looks forward to a challenging year planned for the 2014-2015 school year with more fun ways to raise money and donations for our local homeless animals.

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