Northmor JOG students pay a visit to the Columbus Zoo


Northmor JOG went on their annual trip to see the Wildlights at the Columbus Zoo this winter along with Mr. Hutch’s class.

There was so many new activities to see and get involved with at the zoo this year.

The zoo trip was a reward for service projects that JOG students provide for the community, and for their grades and attendance at school.

A few of the JOG community service projects are cleaning the Ronald McDonald House, clean-up at Camp Mary Orton and the annual food drive. The trip to the Columbus Zoo was made possible by the Zoo Scholarship Grant which pays for transportation and gate fees into the zoo.

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Pictured are the JOG students during their trip to Columbus. Back row from left: Mike West and Scot Ebert. Front row from left: Jada Grant, Haley Peters, Emily Drummond, Kyndra Williams, Alee Ivy and Heavyn Lilley.

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Pictured are the JOG students during their trip to Columbus. Back row from left: Mike West and Scot Ebert. Front row from left: Jada Grant, Haley Peters, Emily Drummond, Kyndra Williams, Alee Ivy and Heavyn Lilley.

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