Hundreds of supporters showed up for the Christian County Humane Society’s annual Spay-ghetti Dinner at The James E. Bruce Convention Center. Guests enjoyed a spaghetti dinner with a choice of sauces, salad, bread and dessert. After dinner, they were treated to an exciting live auction. All proceeds from the event go toward animal population control efforts in and around Christian County. “Ticket sales have done very well this year,” CCHS Director Irene Grace said. “We’ve had lots of donations for our buy-it-now table, and there is no telling how many items have been donated for this year’s auction. Last year, this event raised $14,000, and it’s all thanks to our donors.” Grace says the situation is getting better, thanks in part, to this community’s efforts in recent years. “We use these funds to spay and neuter cats and dogs in Christian, Todd, Trigg and Caldwell Counties. Spaying and neutering is the only way to control the population, and our efforts have made a big difference. “I just want to say thanks to everyone who supports our programs. This is a wonderful and giving community. They are always willing to help us so much.”
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