|The Sullivan County Humane Society|
Subject: 6th Annual Wash-N-Wag Dog Wash & Fundraiser
Kingsport Town Center and the Sullivan County Humane Society to host 6th Annual "Wash-N-Wag" Event on August 15th
The Kingsport Town Center (formerly Fort Henry Mall) and the Sullivan County Humane Society are partnering to present a community dog wash to benefit SNIP (Spay/Neuter Impact Program), a low cost spay neuter program for companion animals in Sullivan County. Wash-N-Wag will offer dog washes for dogs up to 100 lbs for an $8 donation and a $12 donation for dogs over 100 lbs.
On August 15th, media sponsor 98.5 WTFM / 102.7 WVEK will be broadcasting live from the Kingsport Town Center spreading the important message of pet spay & neuter and helping to raise money for SNIP. You can come by to donate to the Sullivan County Humane Society, collect educational materials on having a pet in your family, as well as adopt a dog or puppy from the SBK-Kingsport and Blountville Animal Shelters. The humane society will also have a “Kissing Booth” where you can get happy puppy kisses! Local breed specific rescue groups will on hand to educate on the importance of re-homing and will have information about how to foster or adopt. We will also have information about SNIP low cost spay & neuter and how to become an active volunteer with the Sullivan County Humane Society. The 6th Annual “Wash-n-Wag” is sponsored by the Kingsport Town Center, The Friendship Family of Dealerships, 98.5 WTFM / 102.7 WVEK, Food City Paws and Claws Pet Club, and OmniSource Recycling.
Join us for the 6th Annual Wash-N-Wag at the Kingsport Town Center (lower parking lot at the intersection of Fort Henry Drive and Memorial Boulevard) on Saturday, August 15th from 1:00-5:00 p.m. Load up the dog and come on down for an afternoon of fun and information, dog washing and tail wagging!
The Sullivan County Humane Society’s goal is to advance the humane treatment of animals, primarily companion pets, through spay/neuter services, adoption promotion, and animal welfare education. Pet overpopulation is the biggest problem facing companion animals in our area. Since 2010, the humane society’s Spay Neuter Impact Program (SNIP) has assisted in the low cost spay/neuter of companion animals currently in homes. SNIP is funded 100% by donations, grants and volunteer fundraising activities. For more information, visit http://www.sullivancountyhumanesociety.com.
For More Information, contact: Jenn Gosevich
Phone: (412) 480-0048
Subject: NASCAR COMES TO GOODWILL!
NASCAR is coming to the Johnson City West Goodwill just in time for the fall Bristol race! The Goodwill Industries of Tenneva retail store in Johnson City, Tennessee will be all racing fans destination on August 7 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.! The Johnson City West Goodwill, located at 2606 W Market Street, is holding its annual customer appreciation event. This year, they’re bringing the NASCAR theme at full throttle! The store will hold a tent sale featuring items 75 percent off and a 50 percent off blue tag sale!
The Johnson City West Goodwill employees will be ready to get you off the starting line with their checkered flags and help you shop for all your needs! The store will be decorated with various NASCAR memorabilia, such as jackets, posters and hats! The tent sale will feature various items such as clothing, linens, housewares, accessories, and home décor items all at 75 percent off. Beverages and snacks will be provided and there will be door prize give aways all day!
For More Information, contact: Adrienne
|Parkway Baptist Church|
Subject: Friend Day
Parkway Baptist Church
Pastor Gary Montgomery invites all to attend.
Evangelist Tom Hayes speaking at 10:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
1253 Volunteer Pkwy.
Bristol, TN 37620
For More Information, contact: Pastor Gary Montgomery
|Providence day camp|
Subject: Summer Day camp for Kids
Summer Day camp program for kids ages 6-12. 9am-4pm on Mon, Wed, and Fri. Cost is $10 a day and all meals and snacks included. Lot of fun. Behind Food City in Church Hill.
For More Information, contact: Amber Burchfield