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Proud Paws Potcake Party - All Dat Jazz!
By Proud Paws
May 23, 2008 - 12:10:53 AM

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All Dat Jazz to be hosted at The Bahamas National Trust on Friday, May 23rd, 2008.  This non-profit event is an important annual fundraiser for Proud Paws intitiatives in the community to foster responsible pet ownership through spaying, neutering and education.  It is also a great way for the community to celebrate our successes in combatting the on-going problem of strays and roaming pets and creating safer, cleaner neighborhoods.


The  evening will be filled with spicy, hot and smooth jazz along with a great selection of world cuisine and an open bar for the night.  Guest artists from the Jazz Summer 2008—Bahamas will also be performing  at this great outdoor event.  This fundraiser will included raffle and silent auction items as well as the opportunity to make a reservation for your pet to appear in The 2009 Potcake Calendar.


Tickets for the Potcake Party are $75 per person and a limited number of Exclusive VIP Table Reservations at $500 are also available for up to four persons per table.  Corporate sponsorship packages are also available.  Don’t miss this great  opportunity to support Proud Paws and enjoy a jazzy evening!

Proud Paws is a non-profit organization foucused on teaching responsible pet ownership through spaying, neutering and education.  Our main objectives are: pick up and drop off for sub-sidized 1500 spays/neuters a year with full exam, treatment for fleas and ticks and education kit for the owner; 1500 student participants in the classroom presentation program per year; expand student membership for Club Paw to encourage independent learning.  The services and time of the veterinarians are volunteered and conducted at Palmdale Veterinary Clinic.  Our education focus is on teaching safety around pets, the importance of spaying and neutering, and how to be a responsible pet owner.

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