She makes trips to North Platte for one, and helps others by babysitting dogs and cats in her home. She has a lovely smile and brings such joy to everyone she meets."
The McCook Humane Society was chosen as the $50 charitable receiver because Darlene loves animals and helps out at the annual Humane Society rummage sale. Lorie Prestes of the McCook Humane Society wanted the public to know about Kaelin Storrs, a nine-year-old young man who came in to the Humane Society wanting to help out financially. Staff told him that having an animal spayed or neutered would make it easier to find an adoptive family for it because the potential owner wouldn't have to pay for the alteration.
Kaelin quickly decided that he wanted to spend some of the money he had earned this year doing chores and selling his 4-H calf and he chose "Thor" as the beneficiary.