The 37th Walk & Wag and Run

. May 1, 2016.
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The Humane Society of Huron Valley’s largest fundraiser, the 37th Walk & Wag and Run, is a day tailor-made for man’s best friend, with all proceeds going to fund Humane Society programs. There are a few different events throughout the day: a 5K race and one-mile walk (furry friends included), a best pet trick contest, and a raffle drawing. Lunch will be provided by Maiz Mexican Cantina and Bearclaw Coffee Truck, and entertainment will be provided by the Rock N Roll K9’s. Participants can have friends and family to sponsor them and, for the best fundraisers, the Humane Society will provide incentives and giveaways. Registration is required. 

 

Saturday, May 21 | $30-$50 | 8am.-12:30pm
Rolling Hills Park | 7660 Stony Creek Rd., Ypsilanti.
734-662-5585 | hshv.org

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