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Thank you Clappison Community! Stride for Strays Follow Up

Our very first 5km Dog Walk Fundraiser for Animal Adoption of Flamborough – Stride for Strays was an overwhelming success. The weather was gorgeous, although a bit windy. We had a great turn-out at both the walk and the Open House.

We surpassed our goal and raised almost $6000!

At the top of my list of appreciation are all of our clients and residents of the Clappison Community who donated to the cause as well as participated in the walk. We were very happy to see everyone and their dogs enjoying themselves.

A very special thanks goes to Bonnie Adlam. Bonnie donated $2500 on behalf of her sister, Sandy Ward, who passed away from cancer last year. Sandy was an avid cat lover and would be very happy to see the work that is done for the stray cats by Clappison Animal Hospital and Animal Adoptions of Flamborough.

Thank you again to our sponsors:

Ty Baynton – For doing an amazing job entertaining the crowd.

Terra Nurseries, Waterdown – For providing parking and decorations

The Printing Korner – For designing our fantastic posters and handouts.

Ren’s Pet Depot – For our participant bags, donation and participating in the open house

Staples Waterdown – For providing advertising supplies

Holly Forrest –True Instincts Dog Training- For contributing to participant bags and participating in the open house

Purina Veterinary Diets – For generous donation and participating in the open house

Flamborough Councillor Judi Partridge- For her generous donation

Royal Canin and Hills’s Veterinary Diets – For their generous donations

Aloette by Melanie- For donation and participating in open house

KX 94.7, 102.9 K-Lite, CHCH for spreading the word.

All businesses that contributed to our raffle and BBQ.

On behalf of Clappison Animal Hospital and Animal Adoptions of Flamborough

THANK YOU!

We could not have done this without you!

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