BCSPCA hosting Halloween Howl this Saturday

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The North Peace Branch of the BCSPCA is hosting their 11th annual Halloween Howl this Saturday at the Pomeroy. Doors open at 8:30 PM.

Tickets are $40 for the 19+ event, and can be found at the SPCA. They say they still have many tickets left – but they’re only accepting cash now because their debit machine is not working.

The Branch is setting a goal of $17,000. Last year, they raised $18,000.

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There are also games, a silent auction, and costume prizes for Best Group, Best  Couple/Pair, and Best Individual. A big prize this year is an auction for 2 tickets from WestJet to anywhere the airline has flights for.

Safe rides home are also being offered by Driving Force this year, as well. The Branch reminds attendees not to drink and drive, and choose a safe way to get home.

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