Goldenettes contribute custom work for Habitat for Humanity fundraiser
NEDERLAND — The Nederland High School Goldenettes designed and built three custom doghouses for Habitat for Humanity Jefferson County to auction off and raise money for their organization.
Each doghouse had a theme including: the Mystery Machine, A&M and a farm-style doghouse.
The Mystery Machine was designed and created by Alysa Patteson-drum major and head twirler, Gracie Anderson, Mallorie Martin and Madelyn Roush.
The A&M doghouse was designed and created by Sierra Walker-drum major and co-head twirler, Karen Baur, Sydney Micklo and Grace Washburn.
The farm-style doghouse was designed and built by Emma Williams, Cindy Nguyen, and Jessica Varnado.
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