Cole presents Remy's Raffle
Bad Boy Mowers and Independence County Off Road have donated a Magnum 48" Bad Boy Mower to be raffled off! All proceeds will benefit the Humane Society and our furry friends. Tickets may be purchased at Randy Reichardt Insurance Agency, Tripp Supply, Thompson's Grooming, Bryant's Pharmacy, Independence County Off Road, Bargain Hound Boutique, Petsense, or any Board member.
You may also purchase tickets by clicking on the button below. Please be sure and pick "Remy's Raffle" from the drop-down selection and purchase in increments of $10 or by using the link on our Facebook page. These tickets will be sent to you electronically within a couple of days of purchase.
Drawing will be held during Trivia Night on Saturday, April 27th (Need not be present to win). You do not have to be local to participate as Bad Boy Mowers will deliver the mower to the dealer nearest the winner per scheduled delivery.
All printing was generously donated by Batesville printing.
SAVE THE DATE---TRIVIA NIGHT IS SATURDAY, APRIL 27TH
This is one of the Humane Society's most profitable fundraisers for our furry friends. It will be held at the Batesville Community Center. Seats are $30. We encourage everyone to get a team together and purchase a table for ten at $300. This includes a plate meal, beverage, and dessert (for an additional fee) and a night full of FUN!
Doors open at 5 PM so each team has time to decorate their table.
Stay tuned for more information! If you'd like to be on the table list, please send a message to the Humane Society and someone will follow up. Or, you may pay for your table or seat by clicking on the link below, choosing "Trivia Night 2019" and purchasing seats in $30 increments or tables in $300 increments. As always, thank you for your support!
Dog Walking Club
Beginning in April the HSIC Dog Walking Club will meet every Wednesday morning at 9 AM, weather permitting. This time will be adjusted to an earlier time as the weather warms up. We meet at the shelter, pick a dog to walk, then transport them to the North Complex Sports Park where we walk around the walking track twice. Usually, this takes about 25-30 minutes and then we go back to the shelter. This gives the dog some much needed time away from the shelter, the opportunity to experience new sights and sounds, and some one-on-one attention with the human walking them. It also builds their confidence, teaches them to walk on a leash, and gives the dogs some basic training. Fearful dogs come to realize that the world and the people in it are really not all that bad!
If you would like to be a part of this activity, please let us know!