Due to current public health concerns, this year's Spay-ghetti & No Balls Dinner & Silent Auction has been rescheduled to June 27th. The event will still be held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Perrysburg (6165 Levis Commons Blvd) from 5:00 pm to 9:30 pm.
We hope the public will still be able to join us in June. This event is our biggest fundraiser of the year, and postponing it was not a decision we took lightly. We rely heavily on the revenue from this fundraiser to cover our day-to-day costs of operating a non-profit spay/neuter clinic. However, our number one concern at the end of the day is the health and safety of our community.
Julie Lyle, director of Humane Ohio, says, “Spay-ghetti makes a huge difference in the reduction of homeless cats and dogs in our community. We are disappointed that we cannot hold our event on the original date, but we hope this June date will give our attendees a chance to continue support us without any worries or reservations.
Purchased tickets for the original March 21st date will still be honored on June 27th. If someone has already purchased a ticket but is unable to attend in June, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will process a refund if they so choose.
We want to thank the public for their understanding! For more information about the Spay-ghetti & No Balls Dinner & Silent Auction, including a preview of some of our auction items, or to donate an auction item, please visit www.humaneohio.org/spayghetti or call 419-266-5607, x108. Special thanks to Paws & Remember, 13abc, Signature Bank, Medical Mutual, Southern Glazers Wine & Spirits, Shutterbooth, MedVet, Buckeye Broadband, Pet People, Mail it and Tomahawk Live Trap for sponsoring the event.
About Humane Ohio
Humane Ohio operates a non-profit, low cost spay/neuter that fixed 19,151 animals in 2019. The spay/neuter clinic serves Ohio and Michigan and can offer low-cost spay/neuter prices because donations and grants help keep the cost low while maintaining high quality veterinary care. All spay/neuter surgeries are performed by licensed veterinarians (DVMs) and every patient receives quality pain medication and anesthesia. Humane Ohio also has a small adoption program, and they placed over 350 cats and kittens into loving homes in 2019.