Two Big Events In Tullahoma On Saturday

city of tullahomaThe Tullahoma Animal Shelter will hold their 12th Annual Bark in the Park fundraiser on October 17, 2015 from 10am until 2pm at Waggoner Park in Tullahoma. Join them for a day of fun while they raise money for medical care for the dogs in the shelter. For more information, please call Teresa Holt at 454-9580.
“This will be a great day to be in Tullahoma,” said Mayor Lane Curlee. “Bark in the Park is a great way to support the Animal Shelter’s mission.”
The Tullahoma Animal Shelter is a truly unique facility. Not only is it a no-kill facility, but it also provides medical care for dogs. “If a dog comes to our facility needing medical attention, it will get the needed treatment,” said Animal Control Supervisor, Teresa Holt. Often animals are picked up needing medical treatment or surgery. Bark in the park is their primary fundraiser for the veterinarian care.
Festivities planned include a silent auction, portraits, contests, demonstrations, games, $10 rabies and $15 microchip clinics, adoptable shelter dogs, a volcano slide, food and much more.
Admission is free and tickets are available for purchase for games and food. T-Shirts will be on sale for $15.00 or two for $25.00.
For those about to rock, Parks and Recreation has a fun filled evening sure to leave you begging for more blistering solos and guitar riffs from Big Gun, an AC/DC tribute Band. Saturday, October 17, at Frazier McEwen Park, the Zombie Run starts at 4:30pm and the concert will follow the Zombie Run at about 6:30pm. Geneva, America’s Ultimate Biker Band, will open the evening with more rocking sounds. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Tullahoma Animal Shelter Building Fund and Tullahoma Day Care. For more details and complete rules of the event, click on -rules.
Do you want to be a Zombie? Now is your change. Parks and Recreation asks that you register as Zombie by calling 455-1121.