Friends For Life Opens New Animal Adoption Center
What: Dedication ceremony and tour of new Don Sanders No Kill animal adoption and rescue center
Who: Friends For Life
When: Saturday, June 2, 1:00 pm; media tour immediately follows ceremony
Where: Don Sanders Adoption Center, 107 East 22nd Street, Houston, 77008
(One block east of the intersection of Yale and East 22nd in the Heights)
Visuals: Ribbon cutting by Senator John Whitmire, Mayor Annise Parker, Don Sanders and Salise Shuttlesworth
“Real-life” dog living room
Media Salise Shuttlesworth, 713.863.9835, email@example.com
Contacts: Kim Kimmey, 832.452.6242, firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday, June 2, Friends For Life (FFL), Houston’s fastest growing No Kill animal shelter, will officially open the doors on its new $1.4 million, leading-edge facility. On hand to dedicate the new facility will be Senator John Whitmire, Mayor Annise Parker and Houston City Council members.
The new Don Sanders Adoption Center was designed by Gensler in collaboration with nationally renowned shelter design experts, Animal Arts (Boulder, Colorado).