Wyoming Area’s girls basketball team raises $350 for Blue Chip Farms Animal Refuge

Staff reports | February 4th, 2016 5:26 pm

EXETER — The Wyoming Area girls basketball team hosted Hanover Area on Wednesday night as part of a Blue Chip Farms Animal Refugee fundraiser.

The team asked the public to bring donations such as paper towels, cat litter, garbage bags, hand soap, towels sheets, leashes and bottled water. Also, the public made donations to the refugee in the amount of $350.

In the future, the team wants to participate in the “Adopt a Kennel” program, which includes a $500. During the next two home games, the team will hold bake sales to offset the cost of the kennel.

Wyoming Area seniors, from left, Rachel Solano, Jessica Sorick, Nicole Wright, Jordan Kelly and Mia Rempliewicz recently organized a fundraiser for the Blue Chip Farms Animal Refugee.
http://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_WABlueChipFarms.jpgWyoming Area seniors, from left, Rachel Solano, Jessica Sorick, Nicole Wright, Jordan Kelly and Mia Rempliewicz recently organized a fundraiser for the Blue Chip Farms Animal Refugee. Nick Wagner | Sunday Dispatch
Wyoming Area’s Nicole Wright takes a free throw during the Blue Chip Farms Animal Refugee fundraising night against Hanover Area.
http://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_WAGirls1.jpgWyoming Area’s Nicole Wright takes a free throw during the Blue Chip Farms Animal Refugee fundraising night against Hanover Area. Nick Wagner | Sunday Dispatch

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