Seneca Meadows wins 4 Paws Award

Seneca Meadows, Inc. was honored with the Beverly Animal Shelter’s 4-Paws Award on Saturday for its many years of support, in-kind services, and employee volunteer hours. Don Gentilcore, Area Manager for Seneca Meadows, was present at the shelter’s dinner dance fundraiser at Club 86 to accept the award. Other honorees included ITT Goulds Pumps and Shelter Outreach Services.”Seneca Meadows contributes to about 100 charitable and emergency service groups each year, and some of our employees seem to have found a favorite with the Beverly Animal Shelter,” said Gentilcore. “Mark Benjamin, our Community Relations Director, started volunteering at the shelter long before joining our team at Seneca Meadows, and he continues to serve on their board of directors. Beverly’s offers a great service to this community, and Seneca Meadows wants to do what we can to make sure their efforts continue.””We value our ongoing partnership with our good neighbor – Seneca Meadows.  They help us achieve our goals year after year, and we hope to work with them well into the future,” offered Dallyn Jenkins, President of Beverly Animal Shelter.To discover how Seneca Meadows is earning its reputation as a valued partner and trusted neighbor by supporting many other local organizations, log onto their website, senecameadows.com.The Beverly Animal ShelterSince 1958, the Beverly Animal Shelter has been a haven for unwanted and neglected pets. Operating on a donations-only budget, with an almost 100 percent volunteer staff, the 501(c)3 non-profit organization services nearly 1,000 dogs, cats, other small animals and small reptiles each year. Beverly’s is a “no-kill” facility that dedicates itself to finding homes for every animal accepted, and providing a home at the shelter for those that don’t get adopted. To learn more about the Beverly Animal Shelter, or to volunteer, log onto http://www.beverlyanimalshelteronline.com.

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