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Oklahoma City teen cooks up a project for animal shelter

As part of her bat mitzvah community service project, Rachel Rose of Oklahoma City has raised money for the Central Oklahoma Humane Society by baking and selling dog biscuits.

BY CARLA HINTON Modified: October 12, 2012 at 3:41 pm •  Published: October 13, 2012
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An Oklahoma City teen’s bat mitzvah project has gone to the dogs — literally.

Rachel Rose, a member of Emanuel Synagogue, raised $1,400 by baking and selling dog biscuits. Rachel, 13, has donated the money to the Central Oklahoma Humane Society as part of her bat mitzvah’s required tzedakah (charity) project.

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