Join Best Friends in Miami on March 9th

Learn more about helping animals in your local community

Learn more about helping animals in your local community

Whether you are part of a rescue group, shelter staff, or an animal loving member of Best Friends, you will hear lots of exciting news about the work on behalf of the animals happening at the Best Friends’ sanctuary in Utah, around the country and in your own back yard.

Best Friends Animal Society founder, Gregory Castle, will spend the afternoon of Monday, March 9th with Miami area shelter and rescue organizations. Come participate in a dynamic panel discussion, designed to share proven as well as cutting-edge programs and ideas.

Then Best Friends members, along with shelter and rescues groups, will connect that evening where the history, present and future of Best Friends will be highlighted, along with details on how by working together, we can achieve No More Homeless Pets.

"Our hope is to increase local support for the programs that are working in your community, including what you do for the animals," noted Castle.

Date: Monday, March 9, 2009
Times: Rescue Group Meeting, 3:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Members’ Meeting, 6:45 to 9:00 p.m.
Place: Wolfe University Center
3000 NE 151st Street
WUC 325
North Miami, FL 33181
Phone: 305-919-5500
(map to location)
Free parking pass from a Best Friends attendant from outside Lott 1 for those who RSVP

Seating is limited, so be sure to reserve your seat and parking pass with Samantha Robson before March 3rd - please include the meeting(s) you plan to attend in your RSVP:
• E-mail to attend the 3:30 meeting for groups
• E-mail to attend the 6:45 meeting for members
• Or call 435-689-1239 and let Samantha know which meeting(s) you will attend


? RSVP today to attend either or both of these informative and inspirational meetings.

? Volunteers are needed to help at both meetings. If you wish to lend a hand, please contact Samantha Robson by phone at 435-689-1239.

? Join the Best Friends Network Florida community for more news, events, and opportunities for you to take action on behalf of animals in your community.

Posted by Jennifer Hayes, Best Friends staff
Photo credit: taken by Clay Myers, Best Friends photographer
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