Shine your bike, tune up the hot rod, and work on your poker face it is time to Ride for the Dogs! September 21st, 2013 marks the Third Annual Ride for the Dogs Poker Run. This event is open to all forms of motorized vehicles. It is a great time that benefits the homeless animals in our shelter.
This year’s event will feature:
the Poker Run,
Door Prizes at every stop,
A Party Bus with Rick from T-95
and a BBQ Lunch.
The Poker Run, if you are unfamiliar, is a game that where players go from location to location trying to gather the best hand of poker. They collect their cards by throwing a dart at a board filled with playing cards. The best three hands win and we will have a prize for the worst hand as well.
|Pre-Register for $20
& get a T-Shirt
Pre-Register by August 31st and recieve the following:
One Hand of Poker
One BBQ Meal TIcket
3 Raffle* Tickets
|Ride with the Party and Rick from T-95
Is your ride in the shop or more friends than seats. So ride to each stop in the Party Express Bus with Rick Thomas from T-95. All riders must be 21yr or older. Bring your own beverages on the bus.
Day of the event: Registration $5**, One hand $5, One meal ticket $5, 3 Raffle* Tickets
*No purchase necessary.
Prefer to Register by Mail?
If you would prefer to register by mail, click here to download a pdf the poker run brochure. Complete and detach the registration form, then mail to the address on the right.
Please make checks payable to:
Caring Hands Humane Society.
Poker Run Mailing Address:
ATTN: Poker Run
Caring Hands Humane Society
1400 S.E. 3rd
Newton, KS 67114
Why your help matters:
This event is important to the Caring Hands Humane Society for fundraising as well as increasing awareness about the homeless animals in our area. If you have pets, you know how expensive veterinary care can be. Now imagine that bill for over 2,000 animals! That is how many homeless dogs, cats, and other companion animals come through our doors every year. As you can imagine, it takes a significant amount of funds and resources to provide quality medical care for each homeless animal.
Our journey toward a NO-Kill community depends on donors, adopters, volunteers and advocates. A NO-Kill community is one where the bond between humans and companion animals is so strong that the only animals dying are dogs and cats that are irremediably suffering, are sick or injured with a poor or grave prognosis for rehabilitation, and vicious dogs with a poor prognosis. The resources you provided will fund medical care, public education, adoption promotion, housing, daily care and rehabilitation of homeless animals from the Harvey County area.