Puppies receive Valentine’s Day treats

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(From left to right) While preparing to pose for a group photo, freshman Nicholas Rachmaninow and sophomore Beth Anne Wright stand in front of the entrance of the West Volusia Humane Society with wide smiles and treats in hand. “I would love to do this type of event again because it gives me a chance to do what I love to do the most: cook,” Rachmaninow said. “It’s a passion that I’ve always had and to able be to share that with people, and animals, is truly amazing.”

Robin Ntankeh