Putts Fore Pets

Another Chance Animal Welfare League (ACAWL) is holding its first ever golf event, “Putts Fore Pets” on Saturday, October 1st at Palo Cedro Golf Club. ACAWL was formed in 2005 by caring people looking to give homeless, abandoned, neglected, and abused animals “another chance” at a safe and loving forever home. Shasta County you can help by signing up to play or by sponsoring this fundraising event.

Golfers will receive lunch, a swag bag, towel, water, raffle ticket and a chance at a Hole-in-One to win a $25,000 vehicle courtesy of Crown Motors. Sponsors will get an opportunity to be included in our event by sponsoring players, tees, and giveaways. Current sponsors include Anderson Veterinary Clinic, Linda Senturier Attorney at Law, Shasta.com and Redding Bank of Commerce. Whether as a player or a sponsor, we’re sure you’ll want to be counted among those who promote and encourage responsible pet ownership by offering your financial support.

For more information about “Putts Fore Pets”, please contact Tony Potts at 549-5718 or Sally Sanders at 226-9366. For more information about Another Chance Animal Welfare League and our adoptable pets, please visit our website www.acawl.org or call 547-PETS.

What: Putts Fore Pets
When: Saturday, Oct 1, at 9 a.m.
Where: Palo Cedro Golf Club, 22499 Golftime Dr., Palo Cedro, CA 96073
Cost: $50 per player

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