SICSA breaks ground on new facility in Washington Twp.

SICSA Pet Adoption Center will be opening their new 25,000-square-foot Pet Adoption and Wellness Center, 8172 Washington Church Road, on Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 10:00 a.m., according to a release. 

This new facility will extend SICSA’s adoption capacity to 89 percent, the adult and youth humane education programs to 50 percent, increase prevention focused community spay neuter animal outcomes by 70 percent, and create the opportunity for the introduction of a Low Income Wellness program.

>> Related: Pet adoption center wins preliminary OK for new facility

With the help of leadership gifts, and the support from the Board of Directors, Keystone Directors, volunteers and community SICSA Advocates, the new center will help promote the welfare and adoption of companion animals, the release stated.

To get involved and support SICSA Pet Adoption Center, visit www.SICSA.org/future.

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