Service Day at Rohnert Park Animal Shelter

Volunteering at a local animal shelter is a very popular service activity for many of our SAL chapters.  Members at Sonoma State recently gave a helping hand to the Rohnert Park Animal Shelter by working to improve the yards the dogs use outside.

One project was digging deep trenches along the fence line and installing boards and stakes in the trenches so that dogs would stop digging holes under the fence to escape. They also helped transport some bark to another dog yard and measured the yards to figure out what other materials were still needed to complete the boards along the fence line in the future.

Chapter Vice President of Public Relations Natalie Evans added, “We helped make the shelter a safer place for the dogs, and did labor that the shelter employees didn’t have time for because they are so busy.”

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