Dog Day Afternoon Crawl for a Cause Sept. 22


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Posted Online: Sept. 04, 2013, 10:06 am
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Press release submitted by Humane Society of Scott County


Drink, eat and get that warm fuzzy feeling on a Dog Day Afternoon Crawl for a Cause Sunday, September 22nd from 1-4pm in downtown Davenport.
Check-in and pick up t-shirts at Barrel House, 211 East Second Street, where "crawlers" can enjoy free appetizers and live music AFTER 4P. Crawl on to Great River Brewery, Dam View and Blackhawk Bowl and Martini Lounge for drink specials. Pet a shelter pet for a $1 donation at Barrel House, Great River Brewery AND Blackhawk Bowl and Martini Lounge. Raffle tickets for great prizes at all four crawl locations cost $5 or $20 for 5 tickets. Get your ticket punched at all four locations to enter the grand prize drawing capping off the crawl at Barrel House at 4p.
Event tickets cost $20 in advance and are available at the shelter during regular business hours, by calling (563) 388-6655 or online at www.hssc.us. Tickets can be purchased at Barrel House on the day of the event for $25. Proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Scott County.
Want a discount? Become a Humane Society of Scott County member! Members pay $15 in advance AND on the day of the event.

















 



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