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Spay-Ghetti & No Balls Benefit Dinner

The VHS is excited to present our 3rd annual Spay-ghetti and No Balls Benefit Dinner with proceeds going directly to the VHS Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic! This dinner, which will be held on Saturday March 1st, 2014, will be an opportunity for us to not only raise awareness about the importance of spaying/neutering, but also to raise funds for our clinic and the services it provides to our community.

This event will be a fun filled evening of good food, live music from Soul & Strings, and good friends -- all for a good cause. There will be door prizes and VHS merchandise available for sale. Dress is casual. Kids are welcome!

Dinner will be provided by DiLegge's!
Spaghetti with meat sauce or vegetarian sauce
Salad, bread, dessert & drink included

The Crescent Room at Milestones
621 S Cullen Avenue
Evansville, IN 47715

Doors Open: 5:00pm
Dinner Served: 5:30pm

$10.00 each OR $125 to reserve a table with your name (tables seat 10)

Tickets may be purchased online by going directly to Donations under HOW YOU CAN HELP. Click on Donate Online and put Spay-ghetti Tickets in the comment area. You can also purchase them at the VHS front counter during general business hours.

Please bring tickets with you to the event.

For more information, please contact:
Diane Whipkey
Special Events Coordinator
812-426-2563 ext 218

The Vanderburgh Humane Society has the areas only low cost, high volume spay/neuter clinic, and since its opening in 2007, over 37,000 animals have been fixed to help combat the animal overpopulation epidemic. Our clinic works hard to make sure that every dog/cat/rabbit here at the VHS is altered prior to going home with a new family. We also extend these services to the public and other animal welfare organizations in our community. There are not enough homes for all of the puppies and kittens brought to our shelter each year and this clinic is the answer to reducing the numbers that are surrendered to us.

Spaying/neutering is such a wonderful gift that can be given to the animals in our community. It decreases the animals chances of getting any kind of reproductive cancer and increases their chances of a longer, healthier life. It is also beneficial to our community itself. Altered animals are less likely to roam and become a nuisance to neighbors, utility workers etc. It is vital that this service be provided and we are beyond proud to offer this service to the Tri-State.

2014 Shelter Statistics:

Surrenders 1152
Live Release 635
       Adoptions 551
       Rescues 84
Euthanized 275
Animals Altered
Since July 30, 2007
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Vanderburgh Humane Society
400 Millner Industrial Drive  Evansville, Indiana 47710 | Mailing adddress: P.O. Box 6711 Evansville, Indiana 47719-6711
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