Come mix, bid and raise funds for seven area nonprofits during this unique CVBA Mixer! Social mixing begins at 5 p.m. with food provided by Ledo Pizza, followed at 5:30 p.m. by a LIVE in-house and online auction of items donated by local nonprofits.
All proceeds benefit the following: Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter, Franklin County Library System, Totem Pole Playhouse, Boys & Girls Club of Chambersburg & Shippensburg, Leg Up Farm Franklin County, the Rotary Foundation and Chamber Foundation.
Franklin County is home to pet-friendly festivals and events. As well, it is a wonderful place to adopt a pet.
Bobby is a 2-year-old Alaskan Malamute mix who was surrendered to the shelter because his owner could no longer care for him. He is a runner so he will need someone that can supervise him closely around doors and when he is in a fenced in yard (he can and will jump fences when left alone). Bobby also chases cats and won’t leave them alone, so he’ll need to go to a home without felines. Regular exercise will be needed and he must meet all family members in the home. Can you help Bobby out of a kennel and into your home?
Mateo is a 3-year-old orange tabby who came into the shelter because his owner was moving and couldn’t take him along. Mateo needed some time to get used to shelter life, so we let him hang out in the back for a bit and he came around to be a real loving boy. If you have the heart and home to give this sweetheart a second chance, he’d love to meet you!
To inquire about Bobby, Mateo, or all pets at the Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter, contact 717-263-5791.
Open your home and heart to one of the pets of the Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter.
Muriel is a 2-year-old lop-eared rabbit who was surrendered to the shelter because her owner could no longer care for her. She is a sweet bunny that will need to be spayed before she gets adopted, but she is looking for someone who has done their rabbit research and knows what it means to own one. Could you be right for Muriel?
Hank was brought into the shelter in a trap and we found out he was already neutered and quite a nice boy. No one came to claim him, so now this 7-year-old fellow is looking for a home. Hank really loves attention and kitty treats! He will make someone a wonderful companion.
Franklin County offers many pet-friendly festivals and recreation opportunities throughout the year.