Dixie Day Spay hosts Poker Run, silent auction and more
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Dixie Day Spay’s sixth annual Dixie Dogs and Cats Poker Run will be July 27 at Pokey’s in Cleveland.

While the centerpiece of the day’s events is the ride that features stops at Lisa’s, Shorty’s, Dumpy’s and Log Cabin, you don’t have to ride a motorcycle to have fun.

After the ride, there will be a live and silent auction, a fortune teller, entertainment, 50/50 drawing and more at Pokey’s on Sahara Drive.

Registration for the ride begins runs from 10 a.m. to noon, at Pokey’s. The first bike out is at 11 a.m. with the last bike in at 4 p.m.

The cost is $25 for three hands and a T-shirt; or $10 for one hand. All riders will be treated to a lunch at the Log Cabin in Benton.

If you would like to be a sponsor and have your name or logo printed on the back of the event T-shirts, contact Teresa Anderson at 423-322-1045 or email billteresa@bellsouth.net.

If you would like to donate an item for the auction, contact Cheryl Wilson at 423-284-5055 or email cheryl_wilson21@hotmail.com.

If you would like to help provide food for the participants or need more information about the ride, contact Betti Gravelle at 423-618-2101 or email dayspay@dixiedogsandcats.org.

Dixie Day Spay is a low-cost, nonprofit spay/neuter clinic, dedicated to the No Kill mission. In addition to providing low-cost services to clients, Dixie Day Spay works closely with Cleveland for a No Kill City and provides surgeries at no cost for cats coming from Cleveland Animal Control and going into the barn cat relocation program.

Dixie Day Spay opened in 2009 and since then has performed more than 20,000 spay/neuter surgeries.

Dixie Day Spay is located in Bradley County. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, it is a low-cost spay/neuter clinic for companion animals and feral cats, working toward ending the continuing cycle of killing pets and feral cats through animal control organizations. For more information, visit www.dixiedogsandcats.org.