The Missouri School for the Deaf National Honor Society (NHS) recently voted to do a community service project to benefit Fulton's Sam and Daisy Grabb Animal Shelter.
The NHS chapter made microwaveable heating pads in the shape of frogs. All the heating pads were made by hand. They were filled with feed corn, which allows them to be heated repeatedly.
Students in the chapter sold over 80 frogs, raising almost $700. This amount includes the money raised from a craft fair in the fall.
MSD NHS donated the money raised to Fulton City Hall for the animal shelter.
Students in the NHS chapter will tour the shelter next week to celebrate the success of the project.