Letters to GRRI
In late April,
GRRI volunteer Pam Patton gave a career day presentation for
3rd and 4th graders at Octorara Elementary School. Pam
is a dog groomer professionally, and talked with the
her job as well as about her involvement with Golden Rescue. She also brought
Golden, Kramer, along. Of course, Kramer and Pam were both huge hits!
The kids also each
received a copy of GRRI's booklet designed especially
for kids -- a fun eight page activity booklet with word finds, coloring pages, quizzes,
libs, and more.
Afterwards, Pam got
some delightful thank you notes. We hope you enjoy them as
much as we did!
Thank you for coming in for career day. The stuff you
said really hepled me with my dog. Thanks a million.
Say "hi" to Kramer.
PS2 I will remember
to brush my dog every week!
for teaching how to brush the dogs. I like your
dog it's big and furry. I wish that I could have a dog. My dog had to go
we had to give him to the farmers. I have to go.
Hi! My name is Cynthia. I want
to thank you for teaching us about Pet Grooming. I really liked your dog. He is
so big. Well that's all.
Your friend, Cynthia
I enjoyed hearing about Kramer. Thank you for coming.
I used to have an American Eskimo. I had to give him away because we moved. I hope
you come again.
Thank you for coming to our school on "Career
Day" I think your job is neat. It seems very fun and exciting. I want
to be a teacher and a pet groomer part-time when I grow up. Thanks for giving us tips
on how to groom our pets.
for coming in and telling us about "Pet Grooming"
I really like Kramer. He is really cute. I have a dog named Checkers and
a Jack Russell Terrier. I think they would be really easy to groom because they
short hair. I like dogs very much. My dog sometimes sleeps with me, but
sleeps with my mom and dad. Again thanks for coming in and telling us about your