The next Service Learning Project will be at the Nebraska Humane Society (NHS) just east of 90th and Fort.
We will meet at 10:30 in the Auditorium on Sunday, February 1 (PLEASE NOTE: this is on the FIRST Sunday of the month).
Alex Nather — a UU herself and former Office Administrator here at Second Unitarian — will share some information about the NHS, and then we will get a “Behind The Scenes” tour of their facility. If you’ve been on this before, you know the highlight is their massive washer and dryer!
If you have any leftover fabric, fleece or socks (especially fun, patterned ones) please bring them. We will be making kitty sweaters, doggie bandanas and fleece toys. They will be so cute the dogs and cats will fight over them like… cats and dogs.
People of all ages are welcome (as always) to join us – Service Learning Projects are a part of our lifespan programming.
Some other things the NHS is always looking for that you can donate and/or bring:blankets & towels, 15″ crocheted squares, Boomer Balls & Kongs, cat toys, puppy/kitten formula, soy infant formula, clear rubber maid tubs, peanut butter, exam gloves, distilled water, canned cat food, yarn, box fans, Ziploc freezer bags, fleece toys, gauze rolls, permanent markers, vienna sausages or cheap hot dogs for training and canned cat food.