Norma Meek, Mutt-i-grees Educational Training and Program Development Consultant, presented to more than 70 attendees who attended her workshop at the 21st CCLC Multi-State Conference on September 23-25, 2014 in Louisville, KY. The 21st CCLC Multi-State Conference brings together directors from five states to share best practices and innovations in after-school and summer programming.
Students from Lacey Monroe’s 6th grade Mutt-i-grees class in Bee Branch, AR organized a car wash on Saturday, September 20th, 2014, to benefit their local animal shelter. The event, organized solely by the four students (with the help of Ms. Monroe and their parents), raised $260 for Van Buren County Animal Shelter. We salute these four students for taking action on behalf of Mutt-i-grees!
Shelly Wood and Mercedes Fort are friends and co-workers who are making a difference in the lives of at-risk youth in Missouri with the Mutt-i-grees® Curriculum. Shelly and Mercedes work for EPIC (Early Prevention Impacts Community), a non-profit organization with a goal to promote healthy attitudes and behaviors of youth in Southeast Missouri.
For the third year in a row, Project C.A.R.E. and North Shore Animal League America collaborated on the Mutt-i-grees® Curriculum Summer Youth Program for at-risk teens from MercyFirst’s Residential Treatment Center in Syosset, NY.
This summer, students from St. Martin de Porres Marianist School in Uniondale, NY participated in a week-long internship at North Shore Animal League America as part of the Mutt-i-grees® Curriculum. This is the second year that the school has partnered with the Animal League for this unique program.