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Poplar Student Council Makes Impact In Area

Poplar Student Council Makes Impact In Area Poplar Student Council Makes Impact In Area

Positive Moves

The Poplar High School Student Council keeps assisting the Wolf Point Pound Puppies with donations and awareness.

Student council advisor Tara Zumbrun said that for the past five years, a “miracle minute” is held monthly where student council members go around to homerooms with buckets and collect donations. Zumbrun said the fundraiser brings about $1,500 annually to Pound Puppies.

New this year is a calendar featuring Poplar’s students with canine friends. The students teamed up with High Prairie Vet Clinic and Wolf Point Pound Puppies for the fundraising project.

Zumbrun noted that student Rebecca Gorder did all the photography work for the calendar. Zumbrun said it was a great student project.

The calendars can be purchased at https://wolf-pointp ound-puppies.square. site/?fbclid=IwAR3tJRWiPvG5dl6jSnWan2AjD-abN841kUeOxr6Us5zI5qSeYAkfNTsLUDE.

Student council vice president Rikki Belton said it’s rewarding to help Pound Puppies because “we know the dogs will get good homes.”

Other student council involvement includes students mentoring elementary students about once a month. They spend time with the younger students at recess and assist teachers.

“They are always excited to see us and they remember us,” council secretary/treasurer EmmaRae Martell said.

Student council members also assist with cleaning up the town projects for most of the year.

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