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November 3, 2002

Albany- Five Darton College students are teaming up with Harvest Moon Restaurant to host "Howling at the Moon."

They hope to raise at least a thousand dollars, that will be used to spay and neuter pets. They're inviting you to come out to Harvest Moon for dinner, with the proceeds going to both counties' humane societies.

"In Terrell County we heard they are strictly volunteer. They don't even have a shelter; they run out of everyone's homes, so everything they get is on fundraisers and donations like this. That really touched a soft spot for us all, so we just wanted to help the little animals out," Darton College Student Ed James

The project is for a grade, but the school group says they are more focused on raising money for the shelters. Howling at the Moon is Thursday night.

Posted at 5:10 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com

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