Corvettes and adoptable pets can be found in the same place on May 21.
The Humane Society of Northern Virginia (HSNV) is bringing its Pets and Vettes event back for the second year.
Running from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., it will be held at HSNV, a non-profit that stands at 17983 Dumfries Shopping Plaza in Dumfries.
“Our main goal at [the] Humane Society of Northern Virginia is to save as many pets’ lives as possible and, through this event, we hope to raise community awareness and make it a fun day for all that join us,” Fundraiser Chair Polly Becker explained.
Four car groups are expected to participate – Old Dominion Corvette Club, Battlefield Corvette Club, Northern Virginia Corvette Club and Aquia Corvette Club.
The following awards will be handed out:
In addition to checking out cars and meeting adoptable pets, participants will find face painting by a local artist and children’s games.
Other features include food trucks and a child ID table set up by the Prince William County Sheriff’s Office.
HSNV is powered by the Advocates For Abused and Abandoned Pets (A3P) and began operating last year.
Flyer courtesy of the Humane Society of Northern Virginia
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