Strikes for Strays held at bowling alley

Strikes for Strays held at bowling alley


AFTER CLOTHIER STARTED VOLUNTEERING AT SHELTERS AND SAW ELDERLY DOGS NEVER FIND HOMES. SHEPS PLACE HAS DOGGY SHOWERS AND KENNELS… AND THE HOUSE CAN HOLD AROUND 20 DOGS. SHEP’S PLACE WON’T TAKE DOGS DIRECTLY… BECAUSE THEY WANT EVERY DOG TO HAVE THE CHANCE TO FIND THEIR OWN HOME. JOHN: THE BOWLING ALLEY AT ENTERPRISE PARK LANES WAS CROWDED TONIGHT… MORE THAN 100 PLAYERS CAME OUT FOR STRIKES FOR STRAYS…. ITS’ A NEW FUNDRAISER FOR THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF SOUTHWEST MISSOURI. THE HUMANE SOCIETY HAS MORE THAN 250 ANIMALS LOOKING FOR A HOME RIGHT NOW — SOME OF WHICH WERE ON DISPLAY TONIGHT. DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT KAREN FOUTCH SAYS EVENTS LIKE THIS NOT ONLY RAISE AWARENESS AND GET PETS ADOPTED — THEY’RE ALSO CRUCIAL FOR FUNDING THE HUMANE SOCIETY. (Karen Foutch/Dir. of Development) “We do not receive any municiple funding, or we’re not associated with any other type of humane society, so we rely soley on our donors, our volunteers, and events such as this.” JOHN TONIGHT’S EVENT ALSO FEATURED SEVERAL ITEMS BEING RAFFLED OFF,