LOW MOOR — The Alleghany Humane Society recently received a donation of new doors for the shelter’s two adoption visitation rooms in the organization’s facility located on Rich Patch Road near Low Moor.
Travis Graboyes, president of Roanoke’s House of Doors, headed up the fabrication and installation of the doors which was a significant improvement to the shelter’s public areas.
This improvement was provided at no charge to the humane society. Travis and his wife are also previous adopters from the Humane Society.
Additional donations to the renovation of the adoption visitation rooms were provided by iCanvas.com and ByHand, a small local business.
Donations like this help in the humane society’s efforts to provide a well-maintained safe haven for homeless and stray animals in the Alleghany Highlands community.
The Alleghany Humane Society recently received a donation of new doors for the adoption rooms at its facility on Rich Patch Road in Low Moor. Here House of Doors staff member Bruce Neal, who installed the new adoption visitation room doors, is shown at the animal shelter building along with shelter resident Clarice. (Photo Courtesy Alleghany Humane Society)
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