Living and Learning Center students make Christmas merry for shelter dogs

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Melisa Rosebrugh (seated) gets some help rolling out dough from BAISD employee Kim Nichols.
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Stephanie Emans (front, left), Brittany Beadle (back, left) and Whitney Ostroski work on treats.
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David Bergeron shows off a pan of dog treats fresh out of the oven.
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Chris Barowski uses a cookie cutter to make Christmas tree shaped doggie treats.

Students at the Bay-Arenac Intermediate School District Living and Learning Center in Standish Township made about 600 dog treats out of flour, peanut butter, eggs and milk for abandoned dogs at the Arenac County Animal Shelter.16 different students ranging from the ages of 12 to 26 put the ingredients together, rolled out the dough and cut out shapes of bones and Christmas decorations for the treats.


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