A talent that feeds local animals
One girl's talent is now helping local animals in Albany.
9-year-old Hannah Breyer of Warner Robins recently visited the Flint RiverQuarium and enjoyed it so much that she went home and told her parents that she wanted to raise money for it.
Breyer made bracelets and sold them to friends and family, raising five hundred dollars.
This donation will be used to help feed and take care of the animals.
Tommy Gregors, Executive Officer at the Flint RiverQuarium says that "finding a young person that's interested, that cares and wants to give back, that goes back and takes initiative to raise funds in their community shows that we reached outside of just Albany and Dougherty County but also up into Middle Georgia as well."
Hannah Breyer says to give back is hard work and "you have to never give up, even though it takes really long."
The Flint RiverQuarium is a facility that operates on donations and is grateful because every little bit counts.