Bradenton, FL – December 12, 2017
Joseph Lambert of Boy Scout Troop 8, First United Methodist Church of Bradenton, completed his Eagle Project, the Humane Society of Manatee County Beautification Project, on December 2, 2017. The front of the Second Chance Adoption Center at 2515 14th Street W. in Bradenton now has a paved fenced area with bench seating and a table where new pet families can get to know their adopted pets amidst new landscaping, including a live oak tree and drought-resistant native plants. Many thanks to the generosity of donors who made this project possible, including William Hallett of Longmont, Colorado; Felix Santell of Santell Pool, Pavers, Tiles & Concrete in Bradenton; Suzanne Thornburg of M&W Supply Co. in Sarasota; Kenneth Puffenburger of Puffenburger Plumbing in Bradenton; Lowe’s in Bradenton; and the Home Depot in Bradenton.
Humane Society of Manatee County is committed to leading Manatee County in fostering compassion and respect for animals through care, education and collaboration. Our Second Chance Adoption Center is located at 2515 14th Street West and our Veterinary Clinic is located at 2415 14th Street West. All proceeds support our animals and are tax deductible as allowed by law. The Humane Society of Manatee County is a 501©3 organization. Our tax ID # is 59-1819652, please help us save lives, four paws at a time.