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Snow Canyon Little League all-stars to play in California with World Series berth on the line

ST. GEORGE — It’s not hard to find where the Snow Canyon Little League all-stars play.After all, their field in Santa Clara is on Little League Drive.Snow Canyon has a tradition of fielding strong Little League teams, both in baseball and softball.“I don’t know for sure when Little League started in Snow Canyon, but it’s been going at least the last 30 years,” Coach Mark Ence. “The city put the fields in and we’ve hosted a lot of tournaments and a lot of Li...

ST. GEORGE — It’s not hard to find where the Snow Canyon Little League all-stars play.

After all, their field in Santa Clara is on Little League Drive.

Snow Canyon has a tradition of fielding strong Little League teams, both in baseball and softball.

“I don’t know for sure when Little League started in Snow Canyon, but it’s been going at least the last 30 years,” Coach Mark Ence. “The city put the fields in and we’ve hosted a lot of tournaments and a lot of Little League games over the years.”

Snow Canyon’s U12 Little League all-stars are undefeated and headed to San Bernardino, California, next week to play for a berth at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

“When we formed our all-star team they started a yell, ‘SC Williamsport!'” Ence said. “That’s been the goal from the beginning to get there. We feel like we have a legit chance to make it.”

Ence said that a realignment of regional competition could benefit Snow Canyon this year. For the first time, Utah is in the Mountain Region and will play teams from Nevada, Wyoming and Montana when they get to San Bernardino.

“We’ve put in the time hitting and working in our practices together,” Ence said. “We feel like we can compete and we have a chance to get there (Williamsport).”

At the state tournament, Snow Canyon defeated Enterprise and then beat the two teams from Cedar City in the next two games. They won the championship after defeating Dixie 8-4.

“We started hot and scored eight runs in the first inning,” Ence said. “We had everybody available to pitch and Dixie had used a lot of their pitching.”

As previously reported in St. George News, all-boy Little League rosters are not as pervasive as they used to be, and 20 girls have played in Williamsport over the years at the Little League World Series.

Falynn Randall plays second base for Snow Canyon. She gained Little League experience on the softball team and said she likes the baseball version of the game better.

“I feel like there’s more competition in it,” Randall said after practice Thursday morning. “We practice and we get better every time. Our coaches are all really good, I like them all. They work us hard.”

Snow Canyon’s first game in San Bernardino is Aug. 7 against Wyoming. The regional tournament runs through Aug. 12.

Snow Canyon’s roster includes Falynn Randall, Dash Avery, Brogan Coop, Reggie Ence, Colton Gainey, Linc Hafen, Chaz Hickman, Kolby Lamoreaux, Easton Oliverson, Cody Ruffell, Preston Threlfall, Jake Tomlinson and Brex Whitney.

The team is coached by Mark Ence, Kyle Hafen and Jace Oliverson.

The team is seeking sponsorships and interested fans can contribute to their venmo, @SnowCanyon-LittleLeague-1.

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Africa: The New CAF Interclub Season Is On!

The TotalEnergies CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup are back on track after the draw for the preliminary rounds held at CAF headquarters on Tuesday.58 clubs are in the running to succeed Wydad Athletic Club of Morocco in the Champions League, while 50 clubs, including defending champions RS Berkane, have committed to take part in the 2022-2023 Confederation Cup season.In the continent's most prestigious inter-club competition, Malawi's Nyasa Big Bullets must overcome Tanzanian side Simba while Ambitious Djibouti club A...

The TotalEnergies CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup are back on track after the draw for the preliminary rounds held at CAF headquarters on Tuesday.

58 clubs are in the running to succeed Wydad Athletic Club of Morocco in the Champions League, while 50 clubs, including defending champions RS Berkane, have committed to take part in the 2022-2023 Confederation Cup season.

In the continent's most prestigious inter-club competition, Malawi's Nyasa Big Bullets must overcome Tanzanian side Simba while Ambitious Djibouti club Arta Solar will face Al Merreikh of Sudan.

Six clubs have been exempted from the first round. These are defending champions Wydad AC, Esperance Sportive de Tunis, Raja CA, Al Ahly, TP Mazembe and finally Mamelodi Sundowns.

In the Confederation Cup, the first matches promise some great battles. To be followed in the first round, the duel between AS Douanes of Burkina Faso and AS Real Bamako of Mali. Another exciting preliminary clash is between Milo FC of Guinea who take on Togolese club ASCK.

Fourteen clubs were exempted from the first preliminary round and they will enter the competition in the next round including reigning champions RS Berkane from Morocco, former winners Hearts of Oak of Ghana as well Algeria's JS Saoura and Pyramids of Egypt.

The first-leg of the matches of the first preliminary round will be played from September 9 to 11 with the return matches scheduled to be played a week later.

The matches of the second round of the qualifiers will take place at the start of October.

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Rivers United FC (Nigeria) VS. Watanga FC (Liberia)

ASO Stade Mandji (Gabon) VS. Plateau United FC (Nigeria)

ASN Nigelec (Niger) VS. Super Olympien d'une Afrique Renaissante (SOAR) (Guinea)

APR FC (Rwanda) VS. US Monastirienne (Tunisia)

Olympic Real de Bangui (ORB)(Central African Republic) VS. Vipers SC (Uganda)

Volcan Club de Moroni (Comoros) VS. LA PASSE FC (Seychelles)

Coton Sport Benin (Benin) VS. Asec Mimosas (Côte D'Ivoire)

Hawks FC (Gambia) VS. Horoya AC (Guinea)

ASKO De Kara (Togo) VS. FC Nouadhibou (Mauritania)

Casamance SC (Senegal) VS. JS Kabylie (Algeria)

CD Mongomo (Equatorial Guinea) VS. Djoliba AC de Bamako (Mali)

Bo Rangers FC (Sierra Leone) VS. CR Belouizdad (Algeria)

ZALAN FC RUMBEK (South Sudan) VS. Young Africans (Tanzania)

Saint George S.C.(Ethiopia) VS. Al Hilal (Sudan)

AS ARTA SOLAR 7 (Djibouti) VS. Al Merrikh (Sudan)

KMKM SC (Zanzibar) VS. Al Ahli Tripoli (Libya)

FLAMBEAU DU CENTRE (Burundi) VS. Al Ittihad (Libya)

Elect Sport (Chad) VS. Zamalek SC (Egypt)

Cape Town City FC (South Africa) VS. AS Otohô (Congo)

Associação Black Bulls (Mozambique) VS. Atlético Petróleos (Angola)

Red Arrows FC (Zambia) VS. CD Primeiro de Agosto (Angola)

43 Nyasa Big Bullets FC (Malawi) VS. Simba SC (Tanzania)

CFFA (Madagascar) VS. Royal Leopards FC (Eswatini)

Matlama FC (Lesotho) VS. Coton Sport FC (Cameroon)

Rail Club du Kadiogo (RCK)(Burkina Faso) VS. Asante Kotoko (Ghana)

Gaborone United SC (Botswana) VS. AS Vita Club (DR Congo)

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CAF CL Preliminary Round 2022-23 [PDF]

TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup

Kwara (Nigeria) vs AS Douanes (Niger)

LISCR (Liberia) vs SC Gagnoa (CIV)

Milo (Guinea) vs ASCK (Togo)

AS Douanes (Burkina Faso) vs Real Bamako (Mali)

Hilal Al Sahil (South Soudan) vs Geita Gold (Tanzania)

Kenema (Ethiopia) vs Bunamuru (Burundi)

Djibouti Telecom (Djibouti) vs AS Kigali (Rwanda)

Hilal (South Sudan) vs Kipanga (Zanzibar)

Al Akhdar (Libye) vs Ahli Khartoum (Sudan)

Mbabane (Eswatini) vs Royal AM (RSA)

Security (Botswana) vs St Eloi (DR Congo)

St Michel (Seychelles) vs Inter Litoral (Equatorial Guinea)

Santé Abeche (Chad) vs Ferroviaro (Mozambique)

PWD Bamenda (Cameroon) vs Elgeco (Madagascar)

ASFAR (Maroc) vs Remo Stars (Nigeria)

Buffles (Benin) vs Kallon FC (Sierra Leone)

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2022 Legion Baseball Regionals: Day 3 roundup

The field is down to 32 teams in the 2022 American Legion Baseball playoff regionals. Here’s a roundup of Friday’s action.Region 1: Northeast At Shrewsbury, Mass. Game 9: Greece (N.Y.) Post 468 d. Waterford (Ct.) Post 161, 5-2 (Waterford eliminated): Troy McPherson threw a 6-hitter with nine strikeouts and the Post 468 offense was led by Connor Sackett (3 hits, double, 1 RBI), James Capellupo (3 hits, double, 1 RBI) and Aiden Cook (2 hits, 2 RBIs).Game 10: Cumberland (R.I.) Post 14 d. Fra...

The field is down to 32 teams in the 2022 American Legion Baseball playoff regionals. Here’s a roundup of Friday’s action.

Region 1: Northeast

At Shrewsbury, Mass.

Game 9: Greece (N.Y.) Post 468 d. Waterford (Ct.) Post 161, 5-2 (Waterford eliminated): Troy McPherson threw a 6-hitter with nine strikeouts and the Post 468 offense was led by Connor Sackett (3 hits, double, 1 RBI), James Capellupo (3 hits, double, 1 RBI) and Aiden Cook (2 hits, 2 RBIs).

Game 10: Cumberland (R.I.) Post 14 d. Franklin (Mass.) Post 75, 4-3 (Franklin eliminated): Reliever Nathan Kelly got the win for Post 14, which scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to win. Nick Toro’s 2-out RBI single drove in the decisive run and Luke Plumer (2 hits) led the Cumberland offense.

Game 11: Shrewsbury (Mass.) Post 397 d. Essex (Vt.) Post 91, 3-1: Starter Rocco Hickson (6 2-3 innings) picked up the win and Ryan Sande (1 strikeout) the save for Post 397, whose offense was led by A.J. Hamm (1 hit, 1 RBI) and Zachary Amaro (1 hit, 1 RBI).

Saturday’s games

Game 12: Cumberland (R.I.) Post 14 vs. Essex (Vt.) Post 91, 10 a.m.

Game 13: Greece (N.Y.) Post 468. vs. Shrewsbury (Mass.) Post 397, 1 p.m.

Region 2: Mid-Atlantic

At Morgantown, W. Va.

Game 8: Chesapeake (Va.) Post 280 d. Phillipsburg (Pa.) Post 437, 10-0: Max McCrary (6 innings) and Brendan Hawley (1 inning) combined on a 4-hitter and the Post 280 offense was led by Ayden Stuffel (2 hits, home runs, 3 RBIs), Nick Valentin (3 hits, double, 2 RBIs) and Cooper Newell (2 hits, 1 RBI) in a game that was resumed after being suspended in the second inning on Thursday night.

Game 9: Allentown (N.J.) d. Wilmington (Del.) Veterans Post 1, 5-2 (Wilmington eliminated): Devin Nitschmann threw a 5-hitter for Allentown, whose offense was led by Thomas Strauch (2 hits, home run, 3 RBIs), who hit a game-winning 3-run home run in the top of the seventh inning.

Game 10: Phillipsburg (Pa.) Post 437 d. South Charleston (W.Va.), 6-3 (South Charleston eliminated): Mike Kitko went six innings and struck out 10 and had two hits and two RBIs for Post 437, whose offense also got contributions two hits from Parker White.

Game 11: Chesapeake (Va.) Post 380 d. Frederick (Md.) Post 11, 10-0 (5 innings): Thomas Wolfe (4 2-3 innings, 8 strikeouts) and Gavin Whitehurst (1-3 inning) combined on the 2-hitter for Post 380, whose offense was led by Whitehurst (3 doubles), Ayden Stuffel (2 hits, triple, RBI) and Jacob Smith (2 hits, double).

Saturday’s games

Game 12: Phillipsburg (Pa.) Post 437 vs. Frederick (Md.) Post 11, 1 p.m.

Game 13: Allentown (N.J.) vs. Chesapeake (Va.) Post 280, 4 p.m.

Region 3: Southeast

At Asheboro, N.C.

Game 9: Rock Hill (S.C.) Post 34 d. Belleview (Fla.) Post 284, 7-3 (Belleview eliminated): Starter Cole Canty (6 innings) picked up the win and had two hits and two RBIs for Post 34, whose offense also got production from Ethan Belk (2 hits, 1 RBI) and Ben Rehkow (home run, 3 RBIs).

Game 10: Wilmington (N.C.) Post 10 d. Evans (Ga.) Post 192, 18-0 (5 innings) (Evans eliminated): Tanner Collins threw a 3-hitter with three strikeouts for Post 10, whose offense was led by Spencer Nolan (5 hits, 2 doubles, 2 RBIs), Logan Ponnett (3 hits, 2 doubles, 4 RBIs), Kayden Crawford (3 hits, home run, 2 RBIs) and Jaxson Croom (2 hits, 1 RBI).

Game 11: Camden (S.C.) Post 17 d. Randolph County (N.C.) Post 45, 12-7: Reliever Zane Cato (2 1-3 innings) picked up the win for Post 17, whose offense was led by Brent Gibbs (3 hits, 2 doubles, 3 RBIs), Jamari Harris (3 hits, 1 RBI), Max Branham (2 hits, 1 RBI), Justin Flemming (2 hits, 1 RBI) and Banks Munn (2 hits, double).

Saturday’s games

Game 12: Wilmington (N.C.) Post 10 vs. Randolph County (N.C.) Post 45, 4:30 p.m.

Game 13: Rock Hill (S.C.) Post 34 vs. Camden (S.C.) Post 17, 7:30 p.m.

Region 4: Mid-South

At Pelham, Ala.

Game 9: Jefferson City (Mo.) Post 5 d. Pittsburg (Kan.) Post 64, 4-3 (Pittsburg eliminated): Reliever Nate Roark (1 inning) picked up the win for Post 5, whose offense was led by Jaden Kolb (double, 3 RBIs); Kolb hit a game-winning 1-out walkoff 2-run double in the bottom of the seventh inning.

Game 10: Gonzales (La.) Post 81 d. St. Joseph (Mo.) Post 11, 13-3 (5 innings) (St. Joseph eliminated): Reliever Grant Morrison (2 innings) picked up the win for Gonzales, whose offense was led by Lee Amedee (3 hits, 2 doubles, 3 RBIs), Dominick Regira (3 hits) and Cole Poirrier (2 hits, home run, 4 RBIs).

Game 11: Troy (Ala.) Post 70 d. Tupelo (Miss.) Post 49, 3-1: Reigh Jordan (5 innings, 4 strikeouts) picked up the win and Tucker Jackson (1-3 inning) the save for Post 70, whose offense was led by Brooks Bryan (2 doubles, 2 RBI) and Shelton Arroryo (2 hits, double).

Saturday’s games

Game 12: Jefferson City (Mo.) Post 5 vs. Tupelo (Miss.) Post 49, 10 a.m.

Game 13: Gonzales (La.) Post 81 vs. Troy (Ala.) Post 70, 1 p.m.

Region 5: Great Lakes

At Midland, Mich.

Game 9: Yeager/Benson (Ohio) Post 199 d. Moline (Ill.) Post 246, 5-1 (Moline eliminated): Nathan Albrinck threw a 4-hitter with eight strikeouts for Post 199, whose offense was led by Kyle Krummen (2 hits) and Tyler Herbers (2 hits, double).

Game 10: Eau Claire (Wis.) d. Aviston (Ill.) Post 1239, 10-7 (Aviston eliminated): Andrew Milner threw a 9-hitter for Eau Claire, whose offense was led by Dylan O’Connell (3 hits, 2 doubles, 4 RBIs), Luke Erickson (3 hits) and Jack Redwine (2 hits).

Game 11: Midland (Mich.) Post 165 d. Gladwin County (Mich.) Post 171, 11-6: Starter Dylan Thompson (4 1-3 innings) picked up the win for Post 165, whose offense was led by Luke LaCourse (3 hits, 1 RBI), Jack Bakus (2 hits, double, 2 RBIs), Braylen Laverty (2 hits, 1 RBI) and Tyler Smith (1 hit, 3 RBIs).

Saturday’s games

Game 12: Eau Claire (Wis.) vs. Midland (Mich.) Post 165, 4 p.m.

Game 13: Yeager/Benson (Ohio) Post 199 vs. Gladwin County (Mich.) Post 171, 7 p.m.

Region 6: Central Plains

At Rapid City, S.D.

Game 9: Mankato (Minn.) Post 11 d. West Fargo (N.D.) Post 308, 8-5 (West Fargo eliminated): Wilson Magers (6 2-3 innings, 7 strikeouts) got the win and had two hits for Post 11, whose offense was also got contributions from Maxwell Goertzen (2 hits), Avery Stock (2 hits), Tanner Shumski (2 hits, 2 RBIs), Riley Bersaw (2 doubles, 3 RBIs) and Louis Magers (2 hits, 2 RBIs).

Game 10: St. Michael (Minn.) Post 567 d. Sioux Falls (S.D.) Post 15, 5-3 (Sioux Falls eliminated): Starter Zachary Romans (6 innings, 7 strikeouts) picked up the win for Post 567, whose offense was led by Matthew Maulik (3 hits, 3 RBIs) and Ryan Fischer (3 hits, double, 1 RBI).

Game 11: Omaha (Neb.) Post 1 d. Millard South (Neb.) Post 374, 6-5: Starter Louis Schneckenberge picked up the win and Elliott Peterson the save for Post 1, whose offense was led by Grant Hatcher (2 hits) and Keegan Holmstrom (double, 2 RBIs).

Saturday’s games

Game 12: Mankato (Minn.) Post 11 vs. Millard South (Neb.) Post 374, 11 a.m.

Game 13: St. Michael (Minn.) Post 567 vs. Omaha (Neb.) Post 1, 3:30 p.m.

Region 7: Northwest

At Gillette, Wyo.

Game 9: Cheyenne (Wyo.) Post 6 d. Yakima Valley (Wash.), 8-2 (Yakima Valley eliminated): Reliever Bradley Feezer (2 1-3 innings, 4 strikeouts) got the win for Post 6, whose offense was led by Kelden Hastings (3 hits, 2 RBIs), Colter McAnelly (2 hits), Zack Costopoulos (2 hits, 2 RBIs) and Corey Williams (2 hits, 3 RBIs).

Game 10: Medford (Ore.) Post 15 d. Eagle River (Alaska), 12-2 (Eagle River eliminated): Reliever Julius Bolstad (3 1-3 innings, 5 strikeouts) picked up the win for Post 15, whose offense was led by Cody Borraggine (2 hits, 2 RBIs), Cameron Sewell (2 hits), Jace Miller (double, triple, 2 RBIs), Aiden Horsley (2 hits, 3 RBIs), Jeremiah Robbins (2 hits) and Frankie Rutigliano (2 hits).

Game 11: Idaho Falls (Idaho) Post 56 d. Billings (Mont.) Post 4, 4-3: Back-to-back bunt singles by Conner Hall and Elliot Jones and a throwing error allowed Idaho Falls to take a walkoff win in the bottom of the seventh inning and made a winner of reliever Davin Luce (2 innings).

Saturday’s games

Game 12: Cheyenne (Wyo.) Post 6 vs. Billings (Mont.) Post 4, 4 p.m.

Game 13: Medford (Ore.) Post 15 vs. Idaho Falls (Id.) Post 56, 7 p.m.

Region 8: Western

At Fairfield, Calif.

Game 9: Kapolei (Haw.) Post 1 d. St. George (Utah) Post 90, 8-5 (St. George eliminated): Reliever Kaohu Helenihi picked up the win for Post 1, whose offense was led by Sy Stephens (1 hit, 3 RBIs, game-winning 2-run single in bottom 6th) and Dallas Alapai (1 hit, 2 RBIs).

Game 10: Tucson (Ariz.) Post 7 d. La Cueva (N.M.) Post 49, 8-3 (La Cueva eliminated): Starter Victor Hernandez (5 1-3 innings) picked up the win for Post 7, whose offense was led by Maddox Jones (2 hits, 1 RBI), Juan Hernandez (2 hits) and Ramses Mada (2 hits, 3 RBIs).

Game 11: Petaluma (Calif.) Post 28 d. League City (Tex.) Post 554, 9-8; Evan Johnson pitched two innings of no-hit relief to earn the win as Post 28 rallied from an 8-2 deficit.

Saturday’s games

Game 12: Tucson (Ariz.) Post 7 vs. League City (Tex.) Post 554, 4 p.m.

Game 13: Kapolei (Haw.) Post 1 vs. Petaluma (Calif.) Post 28, 7 p.m.

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Popular Lexington restaurant Roy’s Grille is moving. Check out where they’re headed

For almost eight years, Roy’s Grille has carved out a savory niche at 711 West Main St. in Lexington, serving barbecue, burgers, breakfast and more from a small diner attached to an Exxon gas station.But now the popular restaurant, known for the grill that seems to be forever smoking in the parking lot, will soon be on the move to a new location.Roy’s Grille will move this fall to 7971 N. Woodrow St. in Irmo, which has long been the location for Fire and Spice restaurant. Fire and Spice, which was known for its chee...

For almost eight years, Roy’s Grille has carved out a savory niche at 711 West Main St. in Lexington, serving barbecue, burgers, breakfast and more from a small diner attached to an Exxon gas station.

But now the popular restaurant, known for the grill that seems to be forever smoking in the parking lot, will soon be on the move to a new location.

Roy’s Grille will move this fall to 7971 N. Woodrow St. in Irmo, which has long been the location for Fire and Spice restaurant. Fire and Spice, which was known for its cheesesteak sandwiches and other items, announced on social media during the weekend that it had closed its doors, and that Roy’s Grille would be moving into the Woodrow Street spot.

“We would like to thank everyone for all the support over the years,” Fire and Spice posted on Facebook. “It’s been a great ride and we are so fortunate to have met so many amazing people!”

The departing restaurant was enthusiastic in sharing that Roy’s would be moving it at 7971 N. Woodrow, posting that diners will “still be able to get the best food in Irmo” when Roy’s arrives.

Roy’s Grille owner Chris Williams confirmed Monday morning that Roy’s is moving to Irmo. He noted the Lexington location is still open for now, and that he’s hoping the move to the Irmo spot will be completed by sometime in September.

Williams has been working in restaurants since he was a teenager and opened Roy’s, which is named after his grandfather, back in 2014.

Earlier this year, he was named a 2022 South Carolina Chef Ambassador by Gov. Henry McMaster. The state’s chef ambassadors are called upon to represent South Carolina at food festivals, media events and other forums. It’s an effort meant to promote agribusiness and tourism in the Palmetto State.

While Roy’s has made a name for itself on the Midlands culinary scene from the humble corner of an Exxon gas station, Williams admits that he’s long wanted a space that he could more easily call his own.

“It means a lot,” Williams said. “It’s what I’ve been wanting, it’s what I have been moving toward. But everything happens in its own time. I’ve looked at a lot of locations and a lot of different places up until this point, and they just weren’t it. ... This is the perfect next step from where I’m coming from. I feel like it was ordained by God and was meant to be.”

Williams said he has known Fire and Spice owners Mike George and Lyn DeMusis for some time and his relationship with them helped make the move a reality.

The Roy’s owner and state chef ambassador admits there is a sentimental nature about the prospect of leaving the Exxon spot in Lexington.

“It is bittersweet,” Williams said. “I’ve had the location in Lexington almost eight years. My daughter grown up in Roy’s. When we opened up, she wasn’t even a thought. Now she is celebrating her fifth birthday. ... I’ve met a lot of people, I’ve formed a lot of dope relationships, and I’m going to miss (the Lexington spot). But, I’m not going to be that far away.”

Williams didn’t rule out a Roy’s return to Lexington in the future, saying he harbors dreams of expanding the brand.

“Roy’s was never meant to be just in the corner of a gas station,” he said. “I could see Roy’s all over the Southeast. Maybe the West Coast.”

Petco Love and BOBS from Skechers to host mega adoption event in Houston

Petco Love, BOBS from Skechers, and several Houston, Texas-based animal welfare organizations are partnering for a mega adoption event, from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday, September 3, 2022, and Sunday, September 4, 2022, at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. They aim to raise public awareness of pet adoption as shelters are challenged with a record number of pets in care.According to an organizational release,1 previous events in other cities and states (eg, Dallas, New York City, Cincinnati, Pennsylvania, Delaw...

Petco Love, BOBS from Skechers, and several Houston, Texas-based animal welfare organizations are partnering for a mega adoption event, from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday, September 3, 2022, and Sunday, September 4, 2022, at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. They aim to raise public awareness of pet adoption as shelters are challenged with a record number of pets in care.

According to an organizational release,1 previous events in other cities and states (eg, Dallas, New York City, Cincinnati, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and South Carolina), encouraged 38,000 plus adoptions. At this Houston event, Petco Love’s goal is to reach 40,000 adoptions by the end of this Houston event and the larger mission is to inspire pet-friendly homes to consider pet adoption.

This mega-adoption event will offer more than 1,000 rescue pets of all kinds from across Houston to 1 location. "When you walk through the doors you feel the excitement and anticipation because, by the end of the day, the lives of so many pets and people are about to change and all for the better," expressed Petco Love president, Susanne Kogut, in the release. "And there's also the joy felt by the dedicated shelter workers who work tirelessly to save these pets – these events are really about filling the Houston community with love – unconditional pet love."1

By collaborating with Petco Love and its partner animal welfare organizations, BOBS from Skechers donated over $8.5 million, including more than $4.9 million to Petco Love to date. These grants helped save and support 1.6 million shelter dogs and cats.1

"The work we do with BOBS from Skechers allows us to help even more animals, and bring pets and families together," added Kogut. "The donations from Skechers are lifesaving and help us build closer, stronger, and healthier communities for both pets and the people who love them."1

At the Houston adoption event, a $35 adoption fee applies to all animals and includes spaying/neutering, microchipping, and age-appropriate pet vaccines. Adopters are required to bring a carrier for a cat (cardboard carriers will be available for purchase), or a leash and collar for a dog (also available for purchase).

Reference

Petco Love and BOBS from Skechers host mega adoption event to find homes for 1000+ pets in need. News release. Petco Love. August 9, 2022. Accessed August 9, 2022. https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/petco-love-and-bobs-from-skechers-host-mega-adoption-event-to-find-homes-for-1000-pets-in-need-301602332.html

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