Chef Camille Eichorn’s students will have to wait to adopt their culinary arts classroom’s next generation of bearded dragons. Da Vinci and Mucha’s first clutch of fertilized eggs didn’t bear baby beardies, but Eichorn and her students won’t give up — and they’re asking for the community’s help.
Chef Camille Eichorn promotes an open-door policy in her culinary arts classroom at the Lawrence College and Career Center. That’s mostly in the figurative sense, though — the room is home to bearded dragons Da Vinci and Mucha, and they mustn’t leave without a proper escort.
Lawrence Humane Society staff members were tired Sunday morning after Clear the Shelter Day — sending 159 animals to their furever homes is a lot of work — but the annual event was “absolutely fantastic.”
The Lawrence Humane Society (along with hundreds of other shelters across the country) is waiving all adoption fees Saturday, in an effort to get all animals available for adoption matched up with their new families.
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