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On Thursday evening, Generation Randolph County hosted a Yappy Hour at The Jabberwock Bar & Grill in downtown Elkins to raise funds for the Randolph County Humane Society. “We figured this would be a fun way to get people out of the house and just have something different to do, while helping a local non-profit organization,” said Christina Hall, Networking Chair of Generation Randolph County.

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Some 25 young professionals came out despite the weather to support the cause. Generation Randolph didn’t set a goal for the event. They just wanted to raise as much as possible. Along with Humane Society board members, Generation Randolph was able to raise approximately $650 at the event in monetary and item donations. The Humane Society says fundraisers like this help keep their doors open and provide the animals with proper care.

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Generation Randolph Member, Marly McQuillen, Jabberwock Bar & Grill Owner, Joe Isabell, Randolph County Humane Society Board Member, Pam Johnson.

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Randolph County Humane Society of ElkinsWV is a small, non-profit animal shelter serving Elkins and the surrounding area in Randolph County, WV. The organization serves around 2,000 homeless cats, dogs, and other animals per year.

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Generation Randolph Members, Marly McQuillen, Lori Chenoweth and Christina Hall, present the Randolph County Humane Society with nearly $650 in donations.

Generation Randolph County is a regional chapter of Generation West Virginia, a statewide organization working to attract and retain young talent in the Mountain State. Contact Generation Randolph for more information or on how to get involved.

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