Eight-year-old holding fundraiser for Project Hope
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Chloe Corzine poses with her new puppy, Oliver. An animal lover who also has a cat, Chloe, is heading up her own fundraiser to benefit Project Hope No-Kill Humane Society. Monetary donations, accepted through Wednesday, will be used to purchase items needed by the shelter.
— Photo submitted
Chloe Corzine poses with her new puppy, Oliver. An animal lover who also has a cat, Chloe, is heading up her own fundraiser to benefit Project Hope No-Kill Humane Society. Monetary donations, accepted through Wednesday, will be used to purchase items needed by the shelter. — Photo submitted
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When Chloe Corzine heard the book about a little girl raising money to help a zoo, she was inspired.

And before her parents Richard and Cricket Corzine knew anything about it, 8-year-old Chloe had raised almost $20 for Project Hope No-Kill Humane Society simply by going around her neighborhood.

Now, as Christmas approaches, Chloe is preparing to make the first of what her family hopes will become an annual project.

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