RFH Paws and Claws Club Holds Running for Rescues Race
This past weekend the Rumson-Fair Haven High School Paws and Claws club held a Running for Rescues Race to benefit the Monmouth County SPCA. The club, represented by members Devon Reid, Taylor Pfrang, Avery Fratto, Alyssa Lucci, and coordinator Jessica Mentzal raised over $450 dollars in this event. Despite adverse conditions and a steady rainfall students, family, and staff members such as media specialist Justin Langlois were also in attendance. In the one-mile race around the track behind the school, the top male finisher was Sean Corbley and the top female finisher was Devon Reid. A representative from the Monmouth County SPCA came and shared information about their organization. She brought pictures, pamphlets, and would have brought puppies had the sun come out. Their were five generous donations for the raffle from: Canyon Pass, Lupo Pizzeria, It’s Good, Bungalow Road, and Northshore. The club plans to hold the event next year.
About Rumson-Fair Haven Regional: Rumson-Fair Haven was recognized as a 2011 National Blue Ribbon School by the US Department of Education. The high school, accredited by Middle States Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges and the NJ Department of Education, is a comprehensive high school of approximately 1000 students in grades 9-12. Consistently over the years, more than 95 % of our graduates have attended post secondary institutions.