This is the second year that Chad Gilmer from New Start Roofing and Siding has donated a unique, custom-built doghouse to be raffled off for the SPCA. Last year raffle tickets for Chad’s doghouse brought in just under $800 for the local shelter.
(New Start’s donated doghouse was featured on a float in the Stampede Parade today.)
Chad plans to make the donation an annual event—the SPCA is a cause that is close to his animal-loving heart and a way for him to support his community.
Williams Lake shelter manager Liz Dighton said that raffle tickets are available at the local vet clinics, at Cool Clear Water, at Beaver Valley Feeds, Scotia Bank, Total Pet and Burgess Plumbing and Heating.
The raffle will be held at noon at the Paws for a Cause event in Boitanio Park in September
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