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Spayghetti and No Balls

PASTA DINNER IN MANSON GOES TO THE DOGS (AND CATS)

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WENATCHEE—The 3rd annual Spay-ghetti and No Balls fundraiser dinner will be held Saturday, June 23rd, at scenic Blueberry Hills Farm in Manson. Join Wenatchee Valley Humane Society (WVHS), as it celebrates the 3,645 community pets spayed or neutered last year, including shelter animals, community cats, barn buddies, and animals of income-qualified pet owners through WVHS’s low cost programs. Dinner features salad, garlic bread, two types of pasta, four different sauces, Blueberry Hill’s famous pie and ice cream from Whidbey Island Ice Cream.

This year’s event is sponsored by Blueberry Hills, Hill’s Science Diet, Whidbey Island Ice Cream, Kelly Allen Insurance, Allen Construction, Gilded Lily, Melissa Knott Real Estate, The Village Veterinarian, Humane Society of the United States, Lake Chelan Physical Therapy, The Dock Company, Lake Chelan Chamber of Commerce, Pulse Barre Studio, and Patio Pools.

Whidbey Island’s partnership of this event comes hand in hand with the launch of their ice cream at Blueberry Hills. Their ultra-premium ice cream, comes in 40 flavors (including Blueberry Hills), is made from fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, and is sure to be a summertime favorite for Blueberry Hills visitors!

Wine is generously being provided by Benson Vineyards Estate Winery in Chelan and will be available by donation.

There will be a selection of raffle items also available, as well live music.

Spay and neutering reduces unwanted litter and overcrowding of animal shelters.  Altering a pet also decreases the urge to roam which exposes pets to fights with other animals, getting struck by cars, and other mishaps. Altered pets also have a reduced risk of certain types of cancers.

Tickets to the event are just $35 and are extremely limited! They can be purchased online at https://www.wenatcheehumane.org/spayghetti/ or in person at the shelter. Proceeds from the event benefit WVHS’s Spay and Neuter fund. To learn more about the spay and neuter program or how to donate, visit www.wenatcheehumane.org.

About WVHS
Founded in 1967, the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society is a private non-profit organization and our mission is to serve the community through education, protection and pet adoptions. We continue our mission by taking care of displaced pets, rescuing injured and lost animals, continuing our spay/neuter program, investigating cruelties and finding homes for the orphaned animals. If you would like to volunteer, donate, or more information on how you can help us, please email wvhs@wenatcheehumane.org or call (509) 662-9577.

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