Groundbreaking breakfast for the new KC Campus for Animal Care - KC Pet Project - Kansas City Animal shelter

You’re Invited: KCCAC Groundbreaking on Tuesday, June 26th

Kansas City Campus for Animal Care will Break Ground in Swope Park, Replacing 50-year old Reconverted Storage Shed

New facility will serve as home of KC Pet Project, providing services to over 10,000 animals and 25,000 families throughout Kansas City

WHO:

Mayor Sly James, City Manager Troy Schulte, Kansas City Councilmembers, Parks Board Director Mark McHenry and Parks Directors, KCMO GO Bond voters, and generous civic and philanthropic leaders.

*Media are welcomed to learn full details about the new Campus facility.

WHAT:

The Kansas City Campus for Animal Care (KCCAC)/Future Home of KC Pet Project

Groundbreaking for the new Kansas City Campus for Animal Care, which will be home to KC Pet Project, the third largest no-kill, open admission animal shelter in the U.S. The Campus will also be home to a full-service veterinary clinic, an education pavilion, a retail pet supplies store, a café, patios, walking paths and in the future, KCMO Animal Health & Public Safety. The KCCAC in Swope Park will create a new, state-of-the-art benchmark for animal welfare in America.

WHEN:

11:30 AM – 12 Noon (Program start at 11:30)
Tuesday, June 26, 2018

WHERE:

Future site of the Kansas City Campus for Animal Care
6900 Elmwood Avenue
Corner of Elmwood and Gregory
Swope Park

Rain Location: Starlight Theatre Applause Club, Enter at Gate 8