Fulton County Humane Society 06.09.2010

Written by David Green.

Four events are planned by the Fulton County Humane Society (FCHS) in the next few weeks.

A Dog Wash and Bake Sale is planned from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Tractor Supply in Wauseon.

The first annual Paws Pageant, Pet Fashion and Talent Show is scheduled at Springhill Kennel, 14720 Co. Rd J, Wauseon, from noon to 4 p.m. June 27. Guests are urged to bring their own chairs.

A cookout will provide food by donation only. Raffles and drawings are planned throughout the event. Bethany Sherrard Photography will be on site for pet and family photos. She will donate the $20 sitting fee to FCHS.

All pageant, fashion and talent show applications must be completed by 11:30 a.m. on the day of the event, however, the early registration deadline is June 21. Registration forms can be downloaded at www.fultoncountyiyn.com/FCHS.

Proceeds from these events will benefit the Fulton County Humane Society’s Capital Fund-raising Campaign.

The first annual Operation: Paw Pride is planned July 9 and 10 at the Fulton County Fairgrounds. Events include kid’s activities, entertainment, cow pie bingo, a garage sale, flea market and craft show, corn hole tournament, car show, poker run and raffles, drawings, silent auction and more.

Registrations are now being accepted for the garage sale, flea market and craft vendors. A 97-mile Poker Run sponsored by the Delta Eagle Riders is planned July 10 and participants are also wanted for a doughnut eating contest July 10.

Visit www.fultoncountyiyn.com/fchs to download registration forms, and find deadlines and information on all events scheduled.

Michael Oddo Comedy Hypnotist will perform July 16, at Swan Creek Community Church. Oddo invites members of the audience to star in the show they came to see.

Doors will open at 6 p.m. for a half-chicken dinner, silent auction and raffles. The comedy show starts at 8 p.m.

To purchase tickets, e-mail renee@fultoncountyiyn.com or call 419/388-9842.

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