Tats for Tails Block Party set for Oct. 15

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DEN­TON — The Car­o­line County Hu­mane So­ci­ety and Black An­chor Tat­too will be rais­ing money for Car­o­line an­i­mals at the third an­nual Tats for Tails Block Party Satur­day, Oct. 15, in Den­ton.

The free, fam­ily block party will be from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in down­town Den­ton on Mar­ket Street be­tween 1st and 3rd streets.

The fea­ture event for the block party will be Rid­g­ley Town Com­mis­sioner An­thony Casey, Bene­dic­tine School Vice Prin­ci­pal Stephanie Franklin and WCEI and WINX FM Ra­dio host Jules McCauley com­pet­ing in a “get them tat­tooed” fundrais­ing com­pe­ti­tion. They are all will­ing to get tat­tooed for the an­i­mals if they can raise $5,000 each for the an­i­mals of Car­o­line County. Go to www.car­o­line­hu­mane.org and click on the link for their fundrais­ing pages.

The block party also will fea­ture a bounce house for the kids, face paint­ing, al­pacas, ven­dors, food trucks, adopt­able pets and more. Lo­cal Band Sil­hou­ette Song along with DJ Rick Ivens will be pro­vid­ing mu­sic in front of the town hall through­out the day.

New this year is the Pawsi­tive Pet Pa­rade where con­tes­tants can com­pete in the fol­low­ing cat­e­gories — best pet cos­tume, best cos­tume combo owner and pet, most tal­ented, most unique look­ing and grand cham­pion. En­trance fee is just $10 in ad­vance ($15 day of event) and tro­phies will be given.

Again this year there will also be a dunk tank where mem­bers of the com­mu­nity will be able to dunk their fa­vorite lo­cal celebri­ties all for the an­i­mals of the county. Also new this year is the Ra­bies clinic that will be hosted from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. be­hind the court house. Vac­cines will be just $5 per an­i­mal.

On the same day from noon to 8 p.m., Black An­chor Tat­too, lo­cated at 211 Mar­ket St, Den­ton MD, will be do­nat­ing a por­tion of the monies earned from tat­toos done dur­ing the event to the Car­o­line County Hu­mane So­ci­ety.

For more in­for­ma­tion on this event go to www.car­o­line­hu­mane.org, call 410-820-1600 or visit Car­o­line County Hu­mane So­ci­ety on Face­book.

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