Central Pennsylvania Animal Alliance: All You Can Eat; All They Can Spay!
Join the CPAA for their 10th annual Spay-ghetti Dinner from 4-7 p.m. Saturday, March 29, at the Camp Hill United Methodist Church.
Delicious spaghetti in homemade marinara sauce, meatballs and vegan balls, rolls and drinks are on the menu for just $7 for adults and $4 for children 12 and under. Kids 2 and under eat for free. Tickets are sold at the door, or you can order them in advance online at www.cpaa.info.
Yummy homemade desserts will be sold for just $1 each. And don’t miss out on our unique raffle items and 50/50 drawing. See you there!
CPAA’s Anti-Dogfighting Task Force was created in November Anti-Dogfighting Task Force PSA2009 to address the brutal practice of dogfighting that occurs in the City of Harrisburg and in central PA every day.
In April 2010, after hearing testimony from Humane Society Police Officer Ronald Hollister and Deputy District Attorney for Allegheny County Deb Jugan, Harrisburg City Council issued a Resolution finding that dog fighting was prevalent in the City of Harrisburg and urging the Harrisburg City Police Force to proactively address this crime.
CPAA has a tip line at 717-732-0611 – or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org – where individuals may leave confidential information concerning suspicions of or information about actual dog fighting.
For more information, go to: www.cpaa.info
Calling all artists! Haverstick Gallery and Studios in Carlisle is seeking submissions for an art show to benefit animals in need during the holiday season. And for the rest of us wanna be artists, the show opens December 7!
Proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Harrisburg Area and CPAA