Greyhound Rescue’s “A Walk in the Park” 2013

When:

Sunday, May 5, 2013, from 10:00am until 3:00pm

Where:

The Grand Drive, Centennial Park (http://www.centennialparklands.com.au/visitor_info/parklands_maps)

‘Ash Paddock’,  D6 on the  map (http://www.centennialparklands.com.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0014/8402/map_spread_only_2.pdf)

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What:

Greyhound Rescue is hosting a walk to increase awareness of the charity and greyhounds as pets. It will also be a GREYT social event for all interested in greyhounds.

Before the walk:

SAVE THE DATE! Please gather at Ash Paddock to drop off picnic, bags, have a coffee etc

Greyhound Rescue’s “A Walk in the Park” – http://www.facebook.com/events/230321320442304/

During the walk:

Humans and dogs of all ages and sizes are welcome. We are allowed 4 leashed dogs per person on The Grand Drive and unfortunately greyhounds must be muzzled as this is not an official event. Greenhounds are the exception.

After the walk:

You are all invited to have a picnic social. Some refreshments and snacks will be provided but we would love if you were able to bring a dish to share.

For those that are unable to physically walk The Grand Drive but still want to take part at the event, feel free to come along and sit at the picnic area to support the others.

Volunteers are also welcome!

 

Latest Information:

Check out the facebook event page.

Greyhound Rescue’s “A Walk in the Park” – http://www.facebook.com/events/230321320442304/

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2 Comments

  1. GEOFFREY KISINGU
    Posted April 27, 2013 at 7:28 AM | Permalink

    CONGRATS FOR THE GREAT WORKS YOU ARE DOING.MY FAMILY AND I FEEL QUITE HUMBLED TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH YOU.THIS ADDRESS WAS SEND TO US THROUGH OUR GREAT FAMILY FRIEND-PETER FLANN AND HIS BELOVED WIFE JANET.WE APPRECIATE THE EFFORTS YOU TAKE TO RESCUE THE ANIMALS.

    NOW THAT I HAVE FOUND OUT THIS WEBSITE I WILL KEEP IN TOUCH AND GET INFORMED AS I PREPARE TO DONATE SOMETHING SOME DAY.THANKS.

  2. Posted May 2, 2013 at 2:48 PM | Permalink

    This is the Kenyon Chaplin and guardian through which we “adopted” our Kenyon family four girls and one boy. We put them brought school etc., etc and they all have jobs. The children were made orphans at a very early age, the youngest being four and the eldest eleven. We are so happy we could help this family. Best wises to you Geoffrey and we send lots of love. Janet and Peter.

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