FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kelly Lang named Celebrity Spokesperson for Sumner County Humane Society
Thank you so much to David Deaton Karate Studios for the wonderful donations!
Thank you so much to First State Bank in Glenbrook for your wonderful donations and continued support! Your donations help so many little ones like Brittany. She was abandoned on our property in terrible condition. Now Brittany makes her home up front in our office and continues to make progress towards adoption into a Forever Home of her own!
MINI-FEATURE ON ALEX GRUBB
Alex Grubb is a volunteer at the Humane Society where she has helped for nearly two years. She very much enjoys going out with her five best friends, loves great food, enjoys James Bond, playing card games and basketball.
But from there, she bears few similarities to other volunteers.
For starters, being a senior at Merrol Hyde Magnet School sets her apart from many. That, and loving math, especially AP Calculus, where she says, with her constant sense of humor, her teacher is fun because they get to eat pie on Pi Day!
Alex is the youngest of three children of Terry and Betty Grubb, who live on the Indian Lake Peninsula. Her mom is a Human Resources Specialist, her dad a Healthcare Client Coordinator. Alex is heading for college in the fall in a totally different direction from Mom and Dad. She is planning to attend East Tennessee State University with a double major in Accounting and Finance and future goals of being a Certified Financial Officer, or CFO, after spending time as a CPA. She'd also love to run a non-profit organization.
“I have no idea how God will use me, so I am enjoying the opportunities I have been presented with,” Alex said.
Alex is close to finishing a 135 hour senior project where she spent her time learning about the operations of the Humane Society, where she thought she'd be doing “slow and dirty work.” It seems Alex was pleasantly surprised to find herself enjoying the transportation of animals to the vet, greeting customers, answering questions, but most enjoyable of all was watching customers progress from walking through the front door to the end process of happily taking home their new, treasured pet. The worst part? “Picking up poopy puppies in the morning,”she said, but, “the friendly face lickings make it worthwhile.”
Alex is young, energetic, funny, intelligent, cute as could be, athletic . . . well, we could continue to go on, but the idea is already planted. Alex is well rounded. And she will stay the course to complete all her personal goals, if her performance as an outstanding volunteer at the Humane Society is any indication.
Many thanks to Kroger's in Goodlettsville for allowing us to host a material drive for HSSC! We collected items on our "wish list" from the very generous Kroger Shoppers! Many thanks to Board members Peggy Miller and Nancy Key who worked with Charlie Key and Alex Grubbs. Alex is a Merrol Hyde student who is working on her senior project and volunteers at the adoption center. Charlie is one of our junior volunteers that we can always count on!