The Rebuild Hi-Tor effort is touring around Rockland to spread awareness and gain support. After stopping in Clarkstown and Orangetown, they're moving on to the other Rockland towns and villages, with the Stony Point meeting coming up next.
In an attempt to save Hi Tor Animal Care Center, Rockland County’s only animal shelter, several members of the public teamed up with Hi-Tor to form a plan to save the shelter. Franchino revealed the that he’s spearheading, which is raise funds to build a three times the size of the previous one.
After reaching out to the public, Rebuild Hi-Tor announced an important meeting at the Auditorium on Tuesday, Oct. 2 at 7:30 p.m.
"It is at that meeting that volunteers will be gathered together and committees will be organized. Donald Franchino, Roberta Bangs, Arlene Kahn and other volunteers will be there to answer any questions," according to the rebuild effort. "Please plan on attending so that the next stages of this Rebuild movement can progress."
More information can be found at the Rebuild Hi-Tor website or in their newsletter, which is attached to this article as a PDF.
The next meeting for Town Rebuild Hi-Tor will stop in is Stony Point: Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. at the Kirkbride Hall, 5 Patriot Hills Dr, Stony Point, NY