JAY SOWERS | THE NATCHEZ DEMOCRAT — Ginna Holyoak, a volunteer with the Natchez-Adams County Humane Society, speaks to fourth grade students at Cathedral during a presentation Friday afternoon about the importance of spaying a neutering pets. Holyoak and fellow volunteer Marie Gasquet will be leading the special presentations in several classes at Cathedral, as well as at Adams County Chrisitian School and Trinity Episcopal Day School, in the future.
JAY SOWERS | THE NATCHEZ DEMOCRAT — Ginna Holyoak, a volunteer with the Natchez-Adams County Humane Society, speaks to fourth grade students at Cathedral during a presentation Friday afternoon about the importance of spaying a neutering pets. Holyoak and fellow volunteer Marie Gasquet will be leading the special presentations in several classes at Cathedral, as well as at Adams County Chrisitian School and Trinity Episcopal Day School, in the future.

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Published 12:03am Monday, March 11, 2013
JAY SOWERS | THE NATCHEZ DEMOCRAT — Cathedral fourth grade student Zehlin Cornet, center, smiles during a presentation Friday afternoon about the importance of spaying a neutering pets. The program, lead by volunteers from the Natchez-Adams County Humane Society (NACHS), featured statistics about the number of animals who are rescued from the NACHS, as well as the number of animals that are put down annually.
JAY SOWERS | THE NATCHEZ DEMOCRAT — Cathedral fourth grade student Zehlin Cornet, center, smiles during a presentation Friday afternoon about the importance of spaying a neutering pets. The program, lead by volunteers from the Natchez-Adams County Humane Society (NACHS), featured statistics about the number of animals who are rescued from the NACHS, as well as the number of animals that are put down annually.

 

JAY SOWERS | THE NATCHEZ DEMOCRAT — Marie Gasquet, a volunteer with the Natchez-Adams County Humane Society, hands out question sheets to fourth grade students at Cathedral during a presentation Friday afternoon about the importance of spaying a neutering pets.
JAY SOWERS | THE NATCHEZ DEMOCRAT — Marie Gasquet, a volunteer with the Natchez-Adams County Humane Society, hands out question sheets to fourth grade students at Cathedral during a presentation Friday afternoon about the importance of spaying a neutering pets.
JAY SOWERS | THE NATCHEZ DEMOCRAT — Cathedral fourth grade student Lesley Martinez, right, covers her mouth and gasps during a presentation Friday afternoon about the importance of spaying a neutering pets. The program, lead by volunteers from the Natchez-Adams County Humane Society (NACHS), featured statistics about the number of animals who are rescued from the NACHS, as well as the number of animals that are put down annually.
JAY SOWERS | THE NATCHEZ DEMOCRAT — Cathedral fourth grade student Lesley Martinez, right, covers her mouth and gasps during a presentation Friday afternoon about the importance of spaying a neutering pets. The program, lead by volunteers from the Natchez-Adams County Humane Society (NACHS), featured statistics about the number of animals who are rescued from the NACHS, as well as the number of animals that are put down annually.

 

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