Work is progressing on the long-awaited Eastern Madera County SPCA no-kill animal shelter on Highway 49 across the highway from Wasuma Elementary School in Ahwahnee. The general contractor is Randy Papike, and if construction proceeds as planned, the 8000 square-foot shelter could open by the end of summer.
Work is progressing on the long-awaited Eastern Madera County SPCA no-kill animal shelter on Highway 49 across the highway from Wasuma Elementary School in Ahwahnee. The general contractor is Randy Papike, and if construction proceeds as planned, the 8000 square-foot shelter could open by the end of summer. Jarrod McKnelly Special to Sierra Star
Work is progressing on the long-awaited Eastern Madera County SPCA no-kill animal shelter on Highway 49 across the highway from Wasuma Elementary School in Ahwahnee. The general contractor is Randy Papike, and if construction proceeds as planned, the 8000 square-foot shelter could open by the end of summer. Jarrod McKnelly Special to Sierra Star

No-kill animal shelter expected to open by end of summer

February 22, 2018 07:46 AM