Greenwich Business Leaders Donate Silent Auction Items
All to Benefit the 26th Annual Puttin’ On The Dog Festival
Armonk, NY (September 12, 2013) –T ake a behind the scenes tour of a firehouse in Greenwich with Fire Chief Peter Siecienski; enjoy a picnic lunch and two-hour ride in a police patrol boat with Greenwich Chief of Police Jim Heavey; splurge on a special lunch for four people courtesy of the First Selectman Peter Tesei. If any of this sounds like fun, then you need to attend the 26th annual Puttin’ On The Dog Festival in Greenwich on Sunday, September 22 at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park (off I-95 at Exit 3) and bid on these and other unique silent auction items. All proceeds will benefit Adopt-A-Dog.
“Our local leaders have really stepped up to the plate and offered their professional time and service for the sake of our animals,” said Allyson Halm, president and executive director of Adopt-A-Dog. “The silent auction will raise much needed funds for our shelter and pay our bills so we can continue to offer the best care possible to the homeless pets at Adopt-A-Dog.”
The Puttin’ On The Dog Festival will feature fun contests and competitions to please the entire family. Free photographs of you and your pet will take place at The Veterinary Cancer Center tent; face painting, chair massage and refreshments will be at the Cornell University Veterinary Specialists tent, and a chance to win a one year’s supply of dog or cat food will take place at The Pet Pantry Warehouse hospitality tent.
There will be great food and shopping and a chance to visit with all the available dogs who need a good home. For more information on the festival, sponsorship or how you can help, visit www.adoptadog.org or call (914) 273-1674.
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