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Lloydminster kids add to the growing community rock snake

A rock snake that’s winding its way through Lloydminster neighbourhoods is spreading a message of hope as it slithers its way on a fundraising campaign.

Spilling their artistic ink are Grade 3 students at St. Joseph Elementary School along with Lloydminster RCMP School Resource Officers, Cst. Melanie Flynn and Cst. Kelsey Davidge. The Law officers pitched in on the rock painting fun as the painted rock snake is slowly growing in size on sidewalks.

Local RCMP take the head of the rock snake. [Photo: Lloydminster RCMP]
The snake has been put to work to raise funds for Furbabies Furever Homes Society. Local business, Sheepskin Loft is donating $1 to Furbabies for each rock placed in the snake, up to $1,000.

As they painted, the grade three’s at St Joe’s fessed up to the cops about cute furbabies who were adopted by some of their families.

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The kids are super stoked to give back to Furbabies and the positive painting exercise saw a bunch of rocks being hand delivered by the police to the growing painted rock snake campaign.

The campaign for Furbabies will be running until June 20th.

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