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Alyssa McAfee, Addison McAfee, Rylea Bush and Ashton Tillery, all of Berea, are a part of a volunteer group they created called PAWS (Power of Animals Within Our Souls). SaraCare was the first volunteer opportunity for the group, who helped sell raffle tickets during the event. The group of seven girls are looking for future volunteer opportunities, especially those of which involve helping animals, they said.

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