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  All Day Hungry Bowl Food Drive   NEWS RELEASE rnrnNovember 22, 2013rnrnContact: Vickie Grantz rnPhone: 580-233-1325 rnEmail: enidspca@suddenlinkmail.com or Kyla at barkaveenid@yahoo.comrnWeb site: enidspca.org or barkaveenid.comrnrnBark Avenue Pet Taxi and Sitter Service LLC rnSponsors and coordinates The Fifth Annual Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive rnto benefit the Enid SPCA Food BankrnrnWhat: As part of an international effort spearheaded by Pet Sitters International (PSI),rnthe largest association for professional pet sitters, The Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food rnDrive serves to collect pet food for local shelters. Proceeds from this drive will rngo to the Enid SPCA Food Bank.rnrnThe SPCA has a Pet Food Pantry, this program in place to help local residents who sometimes struggle with pet expenses. This can include many different situations from a loss of rnincome to simply being on a fixed income. We don’t want anyone to have to choose rnbetween grocery expenses or pet food expenses. Hopefully this help can prevent rnfamilies from possibly having to surrender their pet to a shelter for financial reasons. rnAll donations are greatly appreciated!rnrnWho: The Fifth Annual Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drivernis being sponsored by rnBark Avenue Pet Taxi and Sitter Service LLC. rnWith Special Thanks To rn• Atwoods Ranch & Home rnfor donations of wrapping paper for this years collection boxes. Bark Avenue's owner, Kyla rnCulbert prints the posters, gift wraps the collection boxes and places them at participating rnlocations, then transports donations to the SPCA as needed where they tabulate pounds rncollected. Culbert says “The rest of my responsibility is keeping the public aware of our efforts. rnThe pet food drive each year is my small contribution to support those in our local rescue rncommunity. They are truly heroes to me.” rnWhy: Shelters across the country are in dire need. Enid’s own SPCA is also in need of petrnfood and pet supply donations as it enters 2014. Past drives have barely supplied the Food rnBank for the first calendar quarter. Our Goal this year is 2000 pounds as we collected only rn1691 total pounds last year. Last year was our lowest total ever with our highest being 2713 rnin 2009 which was our very first year for the drive. In 2010 we collected 1857 as one of the 49 rnnational campaigns with 25000 total pounds reported to Pet Sitters International. That numberrnput Enid way above average as the above numbers average approximately 510 per drive.rnWhen: Donations accepted December 1-15, 2013. rnrnWhere: Donations of food, toys, treats, food dishes and pet beds etc can be dropped offrnat the following participating locations:rnrnAtwoods 5400 W. GarriottrnEvans 1108 W. WillowrnGroom Closet 2005 W. ChestnutrnJumbos West 2311 W. WillowrnPet Salon 626 N. VanBurenrnPet Sense 3410 W. GarriottrnSPCA of Enid 1116 Overland TrailrnUnited West 4110 W. GarriottrnrnrnCulbert comments “As always, we want to thank every person who donates. It's amazing how putting one bag of food in the box adds up to an overall effort that reflects well on our Pet Lovers in both Enid and the surrounding areas.”rnFor more information on The Hungry Bowl Pet Food Drive or to have a collection box placed at your business location, contact Kyla Culbert at (580)402-5529. rnrnFor more information on the Pet Food Bank program, contact Enid SPCA at (580) 233-1325.rn
 
  All Day Christmas In The Village   Location: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, 507 S. 4th St. Experience Christmas in the Cherokee Outlet as it was more than 100 years ago with the sights, smells and sounds of the holiday season at Christmas in the Village in Enid. Escape to a simpler time and enjoy character-led tours of the beautifully adorned historic buildings within the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center complex. Bring the entire family out for this event's grand opening celebration and enjoy holiday refreshments, the glow of Christmas lights and a musical performance in the Village Church. Send a letter to Santa, make a Christmas ornament with the schoolmarm at Turkey Creek School, enjoy cookies and cider, or shop for homemade items and historical looking toys in the Village Mercantile. Visitors to Christmas in the Village will witness sparkling Christmas lights on all the buildings and on the 18' Christmas tree in the center of the village green. Each building, including the 1898 one-room school, a 1902 church, the 1905 homestead of J.W. and Alice Glidewell and the only remaining U.S. Land Office from the 1893 Land Run, will be elegantly decorated using ideas and elements of design taken from Victorian catalogs and early 1900s newspaper articles. More than 2,500 sq. ft. of garland, natural greenery and wreaths were used to create an authentic Victorian atmosphere. Tour the Glidewell home, decorated to look as though the family had just left for an evening celebration and will return for Christmas dinner, and gaze upon the beautiful tree set up in the main entryway, the dining room table set with fine china and silver, and spectacular bouquets of live red roses placed in silver vases. The church is decorated with six Christmas trees, while the school is accurately decorated with snowflakes and paper chains. Admission is $5.
 
  12:00PM 8:00PM Enid Public Library   From Noon-8pm: -A bake sale will be held with all proceeds going to the library -15 different local craft businesses will be selling a variety of gifts such as jewelry & accessories, quilted items,art, embroidery, stuffed animals & more From 5pm-8pm -Visit with Santa From 6pm-8pm -Choirs from area elementary schools will perform
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