On Sun., Nov. 6 St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center is set to celebrate the grand re-opening the Noah’s Ark Campus to the public. The public is invited to visit from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., to tour the newly renovated facility, learn about St. Hubert’s programs and services, meet the staff and the animals available for adoption. The renovated Campus is an example of how hard work, community and financial support can directly make a difference. Noah’s Ark is now ready to serve families and animals in western Morris, Sussex and Warren counties.
The facilities are as beautiful and functional inside and out. The cost of the renovations were $500,000 and very extensive; from new concrete flooring, updated plumbing and lighting. The building now has an optimal heating, air conditioning and ventilation system to provide for the animals health and well-being. Previous structural issues have been corrected. The dog kennels have been enlarged and the animals have a more pleasant outdoor area. Guests can feel welcomed as they use the new meet and greet rooms, all completely refurbished and up to twenty-first century standards.
“The newly renovated facility is a testament to the dedicated community members whose generosity made it all possible. The Campus is once again ready to help homeless pets. By becoming part of St. Hubert’s, its legacy will continue with even more programs and services to the animals and community. Please come and visit, you will not believe the transformation,” said Heather Cammisa, CAWA, President and CEO of St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center.
Noah’s Ark Campus is located on Route 46 in Ledgewood. Additional event parking is made available at the Health Pavilion. To pay tribute to Noah’s Ark’s past and to build a foundation for the future, please consider making a donation at sthuberts.org. For more information and to schedule tour if not available on Sun., Nov. 6, contact Marianne Bosshart at 973-377-7094 x. 242 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.