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Friday Harbor High juniors Faith Buck, left, and Sydney Wilson show off the decal businesses receive for participating in the Wolf Hollow Business Membership Program.   - Contributed photo / Wolf Hollow
Friday Harbor High juniors Faith Buck, left, and Sydney Wilson show off the decal businesses receive for participating in the Wolf Hollow Business Membership Program.
— image credit: Contributed photo / Wolf Hollow

Going door-to-door with a sales pitch can be a challenge, but Faith Buck and Sydney Wilson were undeterred. And the two high school juniors hit pay-dirt while promoting their high school community service project in a matter of hours.

The project? They volunteered to kick off a business membership program on behalf of Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Six local businesses joined the cause on the students first outing.

Intended for businesses in Wolf Hollow’s service area. (San Juan, Island and Skagit counties), the program encourages merchants to support the center’s mission and programs by donating at any one of three levels. Participants receives a window decal for display, depending on the level of donation. The high school juniors also intend to host a fund raiser at a local restaurant later this year.

 

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