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“Forget what you can get and see what you can give”

Whether you are young or old, a generous heart is a blessing.   Reya Cochrane decided to make a difference while celebrating her special day.  She marked her 11th birthday with two parties and opted to ask friends for donations for the new Animatch Centre rather than gifts.  Reya chose to forego getting more “stuff” and decided that the money could make a huge difference to a worthy cause. 

 

Reya will be donating $700.00 and her Mom and Dad decided to top it up with $300 for a grand total of $1,000.00.  Amazing!  Helen and her canine troop could not be more appreciative and has invited Reya and her friends to the Centre so she and the dogs can offer a personal “thank you”.

 

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