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IVVC students donate to therapy dogs

The sports medicine class of Indian Valley Vocational Center presented a check to be used for award pins to the Fox Valley Therapy Dog Club. IVVC ‘s Fast and Furriest Run 2019 generated $250 that was presented to FVTDC Vice President Sue Schumann and Paisley (left). Also pictured (from left) are student Dawn P. presenting the check, Claire L., receiving a kiss from Tia Rose; and Kelsey L. In the back row (from left) are students Stevie C, Julian M and Joey L., FVTDC member Lyn Benjamin (owner of Tia Rose) and member Nancy Nixon and Reba. The group’s teacher is Bridget Kreiter. 35 students were involved in the run. Award pins are given in units of 25 to therapy dog teams completing visits to hospitals, nursing homes, libraries and special requests for a comfort visit.
The sports medicine class of Indian Valley Vocational Center presented a check to be used for award pins to the Fox Valley Therapy Dog Club. IVVC ‘s Fast and Furriest Run 2019 generated $250 that was presented to FVTDC Vice President Sue Schumann and Paisley (left). Also pictured (from left) are student Dawn P. presenting the check, Claire L., receiving a kiss from Tia Rose; and Kelsey L. In the back row (from left) are students Stevie C, Julian M and Joey L., FVTDC member Lyn Benjamin (owner of Tia Rose) and member Nancy Nixon and Reba. The group’s teacher is Bridget Kreiter. 35 students were involved in the run. Award pins are given in units of 25 to therapy dog teams completing visits to hospitals, nursing homes, libraries and special requests for a comfort visit.

The sports medicine class of Indian Valley Vocational Center presented a check to be used for award pins to the Fox Valley Therapy Dog Club. IVVC ‘s Fast and Furriest Run 2019 generated $250 that was presented to FVTDC Vice President Sue Schumann and Paisley (left). Also pictured (from left) are student Dawn P. presenting the check, Claire L., receiving a kiss from Tia Rose; and Kelsey L. In the back row (from left) are students Stevie C, Julian M and Joey L., FVTDC member Lyn Benjamin (owner of Tia Rose) and member Nancy Nixon and Reba. The group’s teacher is Bridget Kreiter. 35 students were involved in the run. Award pins are given in units of 25 to therapy dog teams completing visits to hospitals, nursing homes, libraries and special requests for a comfort visit.

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