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ANIMAL CONNECTION: Holiday shopping event will help to save shelter animals | Features

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Coming up on Monday, Nov. 15, from 6 to 8 p.m. on the SPCA Thrift Store within the Mitchell Shopping Center at 1589 Whiskey Road,  will maintain a Thrift Store Holiday Sniffari. This vacation event doubles because the grand opening of the shop’s vacation store. Shoppers will get first dibs on the brand new storewide objects whereas having fun with gentle refreshments an open (donation solely) bar and a treasure hunt that will take attendees on a sniffari across the retailer to discover distinctive thrift retailer prizes.

What higher method to get Christmas shopping performed early than to do it whereas supporting native homeless and uncared for pets? Find a particular present for that particular somebody, together with distinctive finds like an autographed Arnold Palmer {photograph}, actual gold and silver cash, unused Oakley capturing glasses, a signed 1995 Tradition Golf Tournament Program and extra.

Tickets are simply $10 upfront and $20 on the door. Tickets double as a ten% off coupon the evening of the event solely (one per shopper). To buy tickets, go to LetLoveLive.org/event/holiday-sniffari or go to the SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare at 199 Willow Run Road in Aiken, and ensure to go to the adoptable animals whom your purchases assist. Tickets additionally can be found on the SPCA Thrift Store .

This event is proudly supported by Family Pharmacy and Cummings Insurance of South Carolina.

Not ready to attend the event? Visit the SPCA Thrift Store within the Mitchell Shopping Center. Store hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday via Saturday.

In order to put together for the Holiday Sniffari, the SPCA Thrift Store will be clearing out merchandise Nov. 8-13, and will supply every week of offers. Rake up some fall offers earlier than they depart. For extra info on out there offers, go to www.LetLoveLive.org/how-to-help/thrift-store.

In addition to the thrift retailer’s Week of Deals, the SPCA Albrecht Center’s shelter will offer adoption specials on out there animals Nov. 8-13: $25 kittens (underneath 1 yr outdated), fee-waived grownup cats (over 1 yr outdated), fee-waived long-term canine, $50 all different out there canine.

There are some ways to help save the lives of homeless animals in Aiken via the SPCA Albrecht Center. Join us on Monday, Nov. 15, to store and save lives on the Holiday Sniffari on the SPCA Thrift Store from 6 to 8 p.m., undertake a fur-ever good friend for the vacations in the course of the thrift retailer’s Week of Deals or go to LetLoveLive.org for extra methods to get entangled.

Thank you to our group for loving our animals and giving them a brighter future day by day.