$60 – $75

2022 EVHS Casino Night - Place Your Bets on Homeless Pets

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Sixes Tavern

650 Henderson Drive

##507

Cartersville, GA 30120

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A great night out of Vegas-style gaming at Sixes Tavern - all to benefit EVHS and their mission to help the homeless pets of Bartow County.

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The Etowah Valley Humane Society proudly announces its Annual Casino Night: Place Your Bets on Homeless Pets fundraising event.

Come out and join us for great food, exciting casino games, a silent auction, music, prizes and more! You don't want to miss it!

Buffet opens at 7pm. Tables open at 8pm.

  • General Admission Tickets are $60 each.
  • VIP Tickets are $75 each.

*VIP tickets include an additional $10,000 in gambling bucks and a "High Roller" koozie.

Order tickets online, at the shelter, or from any EVHS board member.

Etowah Valley Humane Society

36 Ladds Mountain Road

Cartersville, GA 30120

(770) 383-3338

The Etowah Valley Humane Society is a registered 501(c)3 organization. All proceeds from this event go towards our mission of saving the lives of homeless pets.

Dress Attire: Vegas Fun!

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Sixes Tavern

650 Henderson Drive

##507

Cartersville, GA 30120

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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Organizer Etowah Valley Humane Society

Organizer of 2022 EVHS Casino Night - Place Your Bets on Homeless Pets

The Etowah Valley Humane Society (EVHS) began in 1996, as an adoption outlet for Bartow County Animal Control. In October of 2006, EVHS opened the doors of the new Shelter located at: 36 Ladds Mountain Road, in Cartersville, Georgia. EVHS is a private, non-profit 501(c)3 corporation, organized and existing under the laws of the State of Georgia. EVHS is not supported by any state or federal agency. EVHS derives operating funds primarily from adoption fees, donations, membership fees, and fundraising events. Though EVHS has a paid staff, we rely heavily on the efforts of volunteers. The business and affairs of the Society are managed by a Board of Directors, the members of which serve without compensation. 

EVHS exists for the purpose of preventing cruelty to, relieving the suffering of, and providing humane treatment for animals in need. It is also the Society's function to determine, and then to eliminate, the causes of suffering through various means, including, but not limited to, legislation and the general promotion of the humane ethic. EVHS acts as an educational resource for the Community. Under no circumstances shall the Society permit an animal in its care or custody to undergo any experimentation, nor shall it release an animal for any such experimentation. The Society’s main goal is finding permanent lifetime homes for the great animals in our custody. 

All animals entering the Shelter come from Bartow County Animal Control. EVHS does not retrieve animals directly from owners, nor does it pick up lost or abandoned animals. All adult animals are heartworm tested, micro-chipped and immunized against bordatella, parvo, feline hiv and leukemia. Distemper injections, deworming, and a flea/tick treatments follow. The animals are then spayed/neutered before leaving the Shelter—the only exceptions being pediatric animals (kittens & puppies) too small or too young for surgery. In addition, all prospective adoption applicants are carefully screened through a stringent application process. - See more at: http://www.etowahvalleyhumane.org/#sthash.nSH7UYnf.dpuf

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