CHATHAM CO., GA (WTOC) - Consider some of the good news from our community this week.
After five years of dreaming and raising money, The Humane Society for Greater Savannah cut the ribbon on its new low cost spay and neuter clinic. "Pet Fix Savannah" is funded by private donations and an equipment grant from PetSmart Charities, and it's open to all pet owners.
Here's some good news about police pulling over some kids, all in good fun. Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Officer Michael Peplow created quite the stir at the K-Mart in Savannah online after he pulled over these kids cruising the parking lot in play cars. The kids, and especially the parents enjoyed the adventure.
Jennifer Davis got some very good news this week when she was named the Savannah Tech Adult Student of the Year. Davis, a single mother of three, is studying nursing and hopes to one day work as an ER nurse so she can give back to others.
And finally, congratulations to the Frank Callen Boys and Girls club eight to 10 football team for winning their national championship. The team won the National Prep and Youth Football Association Super Bowl in Orlando, beating teams from Ohio and Delaware by the combined score of 73-24.
Remember these are just a few of the Good News stories WTOC brings to you every day.