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LCJSMS Students Raise $1,000 for Home For Good Dog Rescue

  Top row (from left): Krista Ann Clapp, Isabel Reyes, Grace Hauer and Hannah Mercurio;     Bottom row (from left): Iraimy Trujillo, club advisor Larry Cohen with his dog Ty, a “Home For Good” rescue, and Juliana Fiore.  

SUMMIT, NJ - Members of the Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School “Must Love Dogs” Club have raised $1,000 for Home For Good Dog Rescue.

Club members held a bake sale and sold T-shirts, which they designed themselves, to raise the money.

Home For Good Dog Rescue, incorporated in Summit with offices in Berkeley Heights, rescues dogs from high-kill shelters in the Southern United States.

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