Humane Society plans for Ham Fest
by Alan Reed
Sep 27, 2006 | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Country Ham Festival is a great time for non-profit organizations to raise funds for their cause and the Trigg County Humane Society intends to make it a success.

Humane Society President Ramona Hamilton said, “I had three juveniles that were doing community service under my supervision and asked them what they did during the Ham Festival. They said that they liked rides and socializing and a chance to ‘buy stuff.’ I asked them what we could sell that everyone might like, and all three said at once “’ID tags.”

Hamilton said that she had an engraver on loan from Christian County to make ID tags and has 1,000 blank tags. “If we run out, we will take orders for more.”

In addition to the ID tags, Hamilton and the Humane Society have prepared a cook booklet filled with favorite recipes suitable for discerning pets and wildlife. “We have all of our favorites- treats for dogs, cat crackers, horse muffins, a wild bird seed recipe, snacks for squirrels and wildlife and even a recipe to remove skunk smell.”

The Humane Society’s Ham Festival booth will be preparing samples of the pet treats for guests and their pets to enjoy. The treat booklet will be sold for $3.

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