Royal City Humane Society’s 6th Annual Variety Show September 24th

Saturday, September 24th The Royal City Humane Society is celebrating with their 6th annual Variety Show featuring great live entertainment and of course their fabulous and famous Silent Auction in Sapperton at the Pensioner’s Hall at 318 Keary Street. Doors open at 6:30 PM and entertainment starts at 7:00 PM. Tickets are $20 each andRead More

Saturday, September 24th The Royal City Humane Society is celebrating with their 6th annual Variety Show featuring great live entertainment and of course their fabulous and famous Silent Auction in Sapperton at the Pensioner’s Hall at 318 Keary Street.

Doors open at 6:30 PM and entertainment starts at 7:00 PM. Tickets are $20 each and available from Greens & Beans located at 143 East Columbia, Alpine Animal Hospital at 348 Sixth Street and VANPET at the Royal Square Shopping Mall at 800 McBride Boulevard. Tickets are also available by calling 604-524-6447 and at the door.

This year, entertainment will include The Duck Soldiers, the Westcoast Harmony Chorus and the Songbirds Singing Trio.

The Royal City Humane Society (RCHS) is a 100% volunteer run registered charity, founded by concerned New Westminster residents to deal with pet problems within our community. The RCHS maintains a shelter with approximately 30 cats and kittens, is involved in testing and treating animals for disease, vaccinating, tattooing and spaying/neutering animals, and placing homeless animals in homes through their shelter and within their foster care system. They have feeding stations for undomesticated (feral) cats that they trap, test for disease, vaccinate, tattoo, spay/neuter then release. Funding is obtained through fund raising activities, memberships and donations. Membership fees are just $20 per year. Adoptions are from their shelter are by appointment seven days a week and can be arranged by calling 604-524-6447.

 

Jen Arbo

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  1. First off the picture of the cat pawing the camera is the spitting image of our Saba. The fundraiser itself was a nice night out. Somewhat politically free, except for a reference from the MC about the event being one of the few not being MC'd by James Crosty. The only drawback with it being at Sapperton Pensioners hall is the distinct lack of parking for people anywhere in the area. But if that's the only complaint, then the event was a great night out. The entertainment was pretty good. Regrettably Sheila and I couldn't stay til the end because we had other plans. Great cause.

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