St. Jude's students help out animal shelter for Lent


Last updated 4/25/2019 at 12:04pm

Havre Daily News/Ryan Berry

St. Jude Thaddeus School students Mackenzie Kuhn, from left, Catharina Kaftan and Dylan Kuhn load up the bed of principal Mike Haugen's truck before heading to the Havre Animal Shelter Wednesday. St. Jude's students chose collecting material for the animal shelter as their Lenten project.

To observe Lent this year, students at St. Jude Thaddeus School decided to help out some animals.

For the Lenten period, the students collected and donated approximately $150 and a number of items and food for the Havre Animal Shelter.

"I've been amazed with our students and our teachers and what (first grade teacher Jessie Kuhn) has done with this," Principle Mike Haugen said.

Haugen and three student council members, Dylan Kuhn, Mackenzie Kuhn and council president Kat Kaftan, hauled the food and other items to the animal shelter Wednesday afternoon.

Jessie Kuhn said that, twice a y...

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