Students from nearby Littleton and Lisbon high schools will be on hand at The Rocks November 25th, 26th, and 27th on behalf of Second Chance Animal Rescue (SCAR) to help customers select and load Christmas trees. SCAR is a volunteer-run, no-kill shelter that rescues homeless cats, orchestrates adoptions, and offers affordable spay and neuter clinics monthly and vaccination clinics twice annually.
“Our shelter is always full, and we always have a waiting list of cats that need shelter and medical care,” said Jackie Allison, SCAR president. “Whatever funds we make during our weekend at The Rocks will be used for feeding and caring for these animals.”
Daisy Bronson Middle School’s student council members will take over elfing duties the weekend of December 3rd and 4th.
ASPNC will be selling chowder, chili, hot dogs, chips, Clementines, baked goods, bottled water, hot chocolate, coffee and tea. All proceeds will go directly to offsetting the costs of ASPNC’s programs.
The Rocks itself is owned by another non-profit: the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests. So all proceeds from Christmas tree, wreath, and gift sales go toward land conservation and education in New Hampshire.
The holiday spirit is strong at The Rocks, and our volunteer elves make sure good cheer is spread far and wide!