Griffin Pond Animal Shelter Merits “Good Works” Certificate

Staff and volunteers from the Griffin Pond Animal Shelter accept a “Good Works” certificate from the Lackawanna County Commissioners for their efforts in caring for and protecting pets. The organization receives about 6,000 animals each year and strives to promote responsible pet ownership. Services provided by the shelter include: lost and found listings, educational programs, pet adoptions, clinics and cruelty investigations.

L-r, Commissioner Jim Wansacz, Commissioner Corey D. O’Brien, Warren Reed, Shelter Executive Director; Kate Andrews, Shelter Assistant Director; Meg Phillips, volunteer with Cash; Marisa Ford, volunteer with Ferris; Louis Darocy, volunteer with Leon; and Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley.