Students Build Dog Houses to Help Animals through AWC

(Provided photo)

(Provided photo)

WOODLAND – Students at the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center in Instructor Greg Barger’s carpentry class are shown with dog houses that they constructed.

The students are now donating the dog houses to the Animal Welfare Council.  The dog houses will be distributed to outside dogs that need some additional warmth and shelter during cold weather.  Shown are Mike Yingling and Nina Davis of the Animal Welfare Council, Greg Barger, CCCTC instructor, and students  Cody Horgas, AJ  Mandel,  David Jacobs, Chad Frizzel, Daniel Teats and Tyler Rumbaugh.

For more information about the dog houses and other services to help area animals, call the Animal Welfare Council at 814-857-5280.

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