To help celebrate a year of Animal Control Services the Crawford County Animal Control has organized a celebration.
As a ‘thank you’ to the community for all of their support the Animal Control of Crawford County will be hosting a potato bar and soup supper on Saturday, Nov. 14 from 3:30 to 7 pm. At the Rural Prairie du Chien Town Hall and Fire Station on Highway 35.
All proceeds from the event will be used for spaying and neutering of adoptable stray cats and dogs in the county, including offering assistance to residents on a sliding scale.
At the event, there will be a variety of homemade soups, breads, desserts, milk and coffee for a free will donation, as well as pop for sale, and baked potatoes with all the fixings. Live music will be provided to entertain the attendees by 16 Strings and Stick, who will play their variety of Irish tunes as well as country and western. And if that wasn’t enough fun to draw you in, there will also be a Basket Raffle with baskets of goods donated by local businesses and supporters.
There will be many displays of the past successes of Animal Control, as well as the services available. Animal Control Officer Crisse Reynolds and the Crawford County Sheriff Dale McCullcik will be available to answer questions. Information about resources such as micro-chipping pets, local shelters and low cost spay/neuter options will also be shared. A request box for any services or information will also be present.
Those who are interested in contributing to the event in anyway (donation of food items, baking of desserts, cooking soup, cash, items for baskets, helping at the event) are encouraged to contact Crisse Reynolds at 608-734-3126. Businesses and organizations interested in sponsorship to be included in advertising are also welcome.
Above all, thank you to everyone who supports the efforts of Animal Control for Crawford County.