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Key Club members trade Saturday slumber for volunteering

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One group of high school students in KOTA Territory trade Saturday morning slumber for a chance to give back to the community.

The members of Gering High School's Key Club spent Morning with some furry friends in need of extra love and attention.

Gering Key Club President Liz Millay says this is the first time they've teamed up with the Panhandle Humane Society for a volunteer event... But it probably won't be the last.

Group members spent the morning washing food bowls, cleaning cage areas and bathing dogs.

Millay says the best part of volunteering with the humane society is playing with the animals and giving them the love and attention they deserve.

"I think there are just a lot of animals here that don't get enough love that they should," says Millay.  "So it's really nice to come and just hang out with them. There all such cute animals and I think they all deserve really great homes."

The Key Club is a national volunteer organization with chapters in high schools across the state.  Volunteer efforts differ from school to school.

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