Where do the kitties of St. Frances Animal Center turn when they need their room decorated? To the Middle School art students of The Georgetown School, of course! Dressed in old tee shirts and carrying paint brushes, paints and their design for the murals, kids from the 6th, 7th and 8th grades went with Mrs. Patrick, Dr. Neubauer and Mrs. Crosby to the shelter on Friday, May 8. They spent the day painting brightly-colored cats on the walls. “We were able to make a really good start on this project,” Mrs. Patrick reported while seventh-grader Camille declared, “It was a good day’s work!” The students fulfilled 6 of their 15 required community service hours that day. The St. Frances Animal Center was created in 1983 by a group of community members who were concerned about our area’s homeless dogs and cats. The shelter’s website boasts 76 adoptions just this month!