Lori, Carri, and Sara all share a common cause. Their cause is the care of abused or abandoned animals. They also practice what they believe in. Sara McDonald has a lab mix named Max, Carri Fisher has Big Guy and a Black Lab mix named Nellie, and Lori LeMaster has a cat named Nico. All the animals were adopted from the Seward Animal Shelter. This year, the ladies of Cause for Paws are again putting together an event to raise money towards the building of a new shelter or animal center.
This past weekend Seward was infiltrated by over 18 different science teams from all across Alaska! Some high school teams came from rural communities on Alaska’s west coast, like Kotlik, or as far southeast as Ketchikan, for the 17th annual National Ocean Science Bowl Competition (NOSB, pronounced “nosbi” by competitors). The statewide competition is sponsored by Seward’s very own Seward Marine Center and the University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences. Seward High School’s NOSB team, “The Fatheads” (see awesomely disgusting fathead before-and-after pictures), is a team made up of a group of brilliant freshmen and sophomores! They were probably one of the youngest teams in the competition this past weekend, but, despite their inexperience, they did a terrific job representing Seward while following an intense schedule that began at 8 a.m. and often went past 8 p.m.throughout most of the weekend.
What would be your solution the medical transport problem?