New Palestine Masonic Lodge #404
28 East Main Street
New Palestine, Indiana 46163
The ViaQuest Foundation was created for the purpose of helping people with the process of living, working, learning and participating fully in their communities.
NEW PALESTINE LIONS CLUB
Based in New Palestine, Indiana, Frenzy Animal Rescue has been rescuing dogs for over 10 years. We continue to strive to expand our programs and offerings to the community through donations and grants .We hope that you will be able to take part in one or more of the many exciting events that we are offering in 2015 and experience firsthand the pride we take in supporting our cause.
It is our mission to help stop the over population of dogs/cats by spay/neuter before adoption and to financially help members of the community to spay/neuter pets. In order to meet our mission and provide services in our community, we rely on the generosity of individuals and businesses. We are asking for your year end, tax deductible donations. This year our goal is to reach $20,000 to help pay for medical, food and housing. Your generosity will help make a difference in our community by allowing us to continue our work. It takes $150.00 just to prepare a dog for adoption, spay/neuter, vaccines, microchip, heartworm test, food and medical. Our vet bills can run from $200.00 to $500.00 a month. We are also a division of the Hancock County COAD (Community Organizations Active in Disaster). We are there if there is a fire, tornado, flood or any disaster to help care for the animals. Remember that every donation helps, regardless of size. Thank you in advance for your help.
HOURS (since there is only 1 person in the office it is better to call before you come)
Monday, Tuesday 10AM-3PM
Wednesday 3PM - 7PM (6 PM- 7PM is the free food pantry)
Thursday, Friday 10 AM - 3PM
Saturday 9 AM - 12PM
We want to take this opportunity to thank the Hancock County Community Foundation and William Harold and Mary Kingery for the $10,000.00 grant for our spay, neuter and medical fund for 2016-2017 year.
Visit their website and join in on some activities and donate.
For great Pet information, go to Pet Meds Blog
Immediate Need? We are available by phone 24 hours a day
Family owned funeral home since 1888
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HANCOCK COUNTY – People whose pets wander off their property without a leash will face a $50 fine under new proposed regulations.
Currently, employees from Greenfield-Hancock County Animal Management can’t issue fines to pet owners outside Greenfield city limits whose dogs are caught running loose, leaving the office with little recourse to discourage residents from letting pets roam freely – a frequently fielded complaint.
Greenfield already has an ordinance on the books allowing animal management to fine pet-owners who don't comply; the proposed new rules would bring the rest of the county up to the same standard, which enables animal management to issue a written warning to residents for the first offense.
Subsequent offenses result in a fine, which starts at $50 and increases an additional $50 for each subsequent offense before topping out at $2,500.
Grooming $25.00, small dogs. All proceeds go back to the rescue dogs