The M.U.T.T.S Club at the Randall Library
Do you love animals? Would you like to help shelter animals in need? How about joining the new Randall Library M.U.T.T.S. Club? The M.U.T.T.S. Club at the Randall Library is for teens who want to be involved in special programs that promote animal welfare and M.U.T.T.S. Club members will be the key players in designing and participating in animal related programs at the library. If you are a teenager who would like to join, speak to the Library Director, Melissa Fournier about some of the upcoming programs and share your ideas on how to help animals in need.
Check out this article: "Caring For Animals May Correlate With Positive Traits in Young Adults"

M.U.T.T.S Club on the Go!

April 16th M.U.T.T.S Club Event-A Great Success!
The Randall Library M.U.T.T.S. Club (Motivated Understanding Teenage Students) did an outstanding job on April 16th and made over 100 dog toys and 30 cat toys for distribution by Kim O'Konis of Central MA Kibble Kitchen (
. The Kibble Kitchen provides food and access to veterinary services to the pets of low income and homeless families in Central MA who are struggling to keep their pets feed and their families together due to their current economic conditions. A special shout out needs to go to Georgia Dittimore who helped organize the M.U.T.T.S. Club volunteers from NRHS. WAY TO GO M.U.T.T.S. CLUB!!

April 27th M.U.T.T.S Club Event-For Save-a-Dog
The Randall Library M.U.T.T.S. Club had another successful event on April 27th. This time  Jocelyn Beliveau from Save-a-Dog of Sudbury and Elaine Sanfilippo of Wiggly Butt of Stow came by to teach the  club members and other after-school young adults how to make toys and bandannas for dogs awaiting adoption through Save-a-dog. Jocelyn also had a short presentation that explained how the work being done at Save-a-Dog is helping animals across the U.S. and internationally.