“Sniff It Out” Fundraiser benefitting the Sangamon County Sheriff’s Department K9 Unit

“Sniff It Out” Fundraiser benefitting the Sangamon County Sheriff’s Department K9 Unit
“Sniff It Out” Fundraiser benefitting the Sangamon County Sheriff’s Department K9 Unit
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Date/Time
Saturday, September 6th 2014
12:00 am

*Join Us September 6th, 2014*
11am-3pm
Capitol Illini Veterinary Services
1020 Jason Place in Chatham

“Sniff It Out” Fundraiser benefitting the
Sangamon County Sheriff’s Department K9 Unit

*Demonstrations by the K9 unit at 12 and 2pm*

Raffle drawing (1 ticket for $1 or 6 for $5):
6 month supply of flea/tick prevention
6 months of professional dog obedience training by Joe Blankenship of “Dog Class” ($185 value!!!)

$7 Lunch plate includes: hot dog or hamburger, bag of chips, potato salad, and a soda or water!
(All proceeds benefit the Sheriff’s Canine Unit)
*If you have any questions regarding this event or how you can donate, please call Lauren or Kacie at 483-6830*

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