Doggie Easter Egg Hunt April 23


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Posted Online: March 23, 2011, 11:06 am
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Submitted press release.

Humane Society of Scott County's Doggie Easter Egg Hunt will be 1 p.m. Saturday, April 23, at Lindsay Park in the Village of East Davenport.

On-site registration will begin at 12:30 pm and the hunt will begin promptly at 1 p.m. Easter Egg Hunt treats, will be provided by Tailz 'Er Waggin'. There will be bobbing for hot dogs and a dog Easter Bonnet Contest

Entry fee for the hunt is $10 or $15 VIP (Very Important Pooch), which includes a Humane Society t-shirt. The Easter Bonnet contest fee is $1. Each participant will receive a gift bag, provided by Nestle Purina.

Pre-register and pay by credit card online at www.hssc.us, at 2802 West Central Park, or the day of the event. Dogs will be divided into small and large sizes and must be on a leash at all times.

All proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Scott County. For more information, visit www.hssc.us or call 309-749-7650. The event is sponsored by Tailz 'Er Waggin'.




















 



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