The event involves two-player teams and the entry fee is $20 per team. Team check-in is at noon. Games begin at 12:30 p.m. For more information, call Mike at 440-227-6236 or Manny at 419-202-0876
“The funds earned will provide a loving, safe, clean shelter to help the community, your friends or neighbors who find themselves in a crisis situation with nowhere for their animals to go,” said Darla Gow, HCHS community development director.
The humane society cares for animals by providing temporary shelter, providing immediate and intensive veterinary medical care emphasizing spay and neuter; conducting outreach and education programs specifically teaching about the humane care of animals and to reinforce concepts of kindness and respect for all living creatures; enforcing animal welfare laws and conducting cruelty investigation and rescue by a deputized humane investigator.
“Each year the Huron County Humane Society takes in hundreds of companion animals and successfully places many of them in loving homes. Your support of the HCHS allows us to continue to serve Huron County, while continuing to share the news of the extraordinary need for humane society services and the fact that the HCHS relies solely on private contributions. Thank you to all who support our mission,” Gow said.