Puppy Mill Project: Mother's Day Benefit

Puppy Mill Project: Mother's Day Benefit

Puppy Mill Project benefit "Mothers in the Mills" is May 10. Aside from raising dollars for the the Puppy Mill Project, founded by Cari Myers, Chicago City Clerk Susana Mendoza and Cook County Commissioner John Fritchey will be honored. They were each invaluable to get a city ordinance and then county law passed to prevent dogs, cats and rabbits to be sold at pet stores.

The big winners of the night will be Bernie Berlin of A Place to Bark and Jane Clarke, a fifth grader who has raised over $500 for for the Puppy Mill Project from selling cupcakes and making dog toys, and she will receive the first "Kids and Kanines" award.

Janet Davies of Ch.7, WLS-TV will emcee.  I will be there, as will many Chicago notables, such as  political analyst Paul Lisnek of Ch. 9. Entertaining will be the Out of Control Band.

This fundraiser is dedicated to the millions of puppy mill mothers still waiting to be rescued. The Puppy Mill Project has made a commitment to give these dogs the healthiest life they can possibly have. Your donations will help pay the exorbitant vet bills that the rescued mill dogs incur.

The event is at John Barleycorn - River North, 149 West Kinzie, River North, starting at 6:30 pm. Tickets are $100 HERE, or $125 at the door.


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