By Laura Gregorietti / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Protective Association of Animals from the South (PASA) conducted yesterday a new delivery of diplomas to the neighbors of Bahia Blanca and the area “whose attitude of compassion for the animals ennoble the human condition”.
With a simple and moving ceremony, their authorities, headed by Nora Heck, Alcira Bustos, Natalia Bonino and Virginia Boullosa handed out diplomas to honours Andrea Villar, the Newspaper “The New.”, Diego Palladino; Sergio Sotelo and Guillermo Navarrete; Fabiana Vannini, doctors, Miracles Ancic and Martin Arias Duval; Diego Quiroga; Romina Arevalo (of the group “Leaving Footprints” of Punta Alta); Gustavo Nieva, Carolina Lacaze and the body of Inspectors of Traffic of Monte Hermoso, whose diploma was received by Mayra Gonzalez, Paola Cazanello and Yamila Williman.
Alcira Bustos, Andrea Villar and Nora Heck.
In his speech, Alcira Bustos emphasized that “this is one of the tasks teachers of PASA, the promotion of human values, as we do in this act through the delivery of diplomas of honor, is in principle a form of incentive for the present generation and then a legacy and a path to follow for future generations. Among those values, compassion for the human beings to empathize not only with our fellow human beings, but also with living beings of other species. And that way, to respect them and care for them, to honor the life,” he said.
Diploma the Body of Inspectors of Traffic of Monte Hermoso.
The association, which next year marks 60 years, recognized “The New.” by “the space that makes it time goes to the animals in adoption, by which we have been able to finalize many adoptions of animals in the street, and many others that had been lost were able to be reunited with their owners, which is in addition to the efforts of the volunteers who are in the topic. This shows that when different social actors involved, we unite in a common cause, the accomplishments are greater.”