Tigers soccer makes furry friends

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The Fayette County High soccer program has gone to the dogs. Members of the girls and boys varsity squads teamed up to volunteer at Royal Animal Refuge, and they had a blast helping out the adoptable dogs.

Team members voted where to volunteer, and they settled on the local non-profit. They helped the staff walk the dogs and play with them in the yards for a rewarding experience filled with puppy dog kisses.

The players loved their visit, and they’re hoping to go back again this spring.

“This year I challenged my players to get out as a group and volunteer,” said Coach Jennifer Ross. “I hope they take away the importance of helping out in our community and giving back.”

— Provided by the Fayette County School System.