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Non-Profit Agency Alaska SPCA Presents the Fifth Annual Spay-Ghetti Dinner and Silent Auction

ANCHORAGE….Alaska SPCA, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization presents its Fifth Annual Spay-ghetti Dinner and Silent Auction on Sunday, April 7 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Kincaid Chalet.  Advance purchase tickets of $20 includes one dinner and one drink.  Cost of tickets at door is $25.  Go to www.alaskaspca.org to purchase tickets online.  Tickets are also available at the Alaska SPCA Thrift Shop at 549 West International Airport Road, Anchorage AK  99518.  For additional Spay-ghetti event information, call (907) 227-6714 or email events@alaskaspca.org
Alaska SPCA’s mission is to help reduce the suffering of Alaska’s cats and dogs by promoting prevention, not destruction.  The event name ‘Spay-ghetti’ aims to raise awareness of pet overpopulation by promoting spaying and neutering.  Spay-get-it?  The Alaska SPCA Clinic offers affordable services, and FREE cat spaying and neutering to residents of the 99508 zip code.  Call the Clinic at 562-2999.  
Spay-ghetti says what dinner is…ditto to the hungry. This year’s Spay-ghetti event is catered by Alaskan Events & Catering.  Beer provided by Broken Tooth Brewery.  Wines by Anchorage WineStyles.  Breads by Fire Island Bakery. Sponsorships by VCA East Anchorage, Alaska Mill & Feed and H& R Block.  More sponsors are welcome.
Alaska Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals campaigns for the rights of every cat and dog to live a healthy happy loving life.  Alaska SPCA exists to remind our compassionate heart to extend a helping hand to the voiceless who are here as our best friends and buddies, and for countless people, our chosen “children.”
Please support Alaska SPCA by buying Spay-ghetti tickets, by choosing Alaska Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Pick Click Give, by donating to our Thrift Shop, by being a Guardian Angel, by volunteering your time and skills. 
Alaska SPCA is not affiliated with nor funded by ASPCA.

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