Students of Sharon Walker’s 4/5 split class of Greentree Elementary School paid a visit to The Drumheller and District Humane Society on Tuesday, June 29 to drop off some well needed supplies. The class has been fundraising all year by holding bake sales. Teacher Sharon Walker explains that the class was participating in a Career and Technology Foundations program. The program encourages students to plan, create, appraise and communicate a certain project. The class chose the Humane Society and raised $400 in supplies for the Society. In total, the children brought with them 5 bags of cat food, 10 tubs of clumping kitty litter, 2 large containers of laundry detergent, 2 containers of bleach, and 5 packages of treats to the Humane Society. Member of the Humane Society, Deb Busse, toured the class around so the children could see how their donation was going to help. “We were in desperate need of kitty litter. It is a big job to feed and make sure all cats are taken care of. We have 48 cats here with us now and this donation meant a lot to us,” says Busse.