Sold-out crowd enjoys
in support of Cozy Cat
By Liz Dadson
The Pet Page
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Helga Szekely (R) of Cozy Cat Kennels in Kincardine, helps serve the meal at the fourth annual "Spay-ghetti" dinner, Saturday night at the Kincardine Legion
A sold-out crowd fills the Kincardine Legion for the annual "Spay-ghetti" dinner
More than 200 people filled the Kincardine Legion, Saturday night, for the fourth annual "Spay-ghetti" dinner in support of Helga Szekely and Cozy Cat Kennels in Kincardine.
The event was sold out and people enjoyed a meal of spaghetti, Caesar salad and garlic bread. For dessert, there were many decadent delights, including 40 pies, dozens of butter tarts and cookies, all made and donated by Diane Leidy of Ripley.
People also had a chance to bid on a variety of wonderful items in the silent auction.Originally, the dinner was a joint effort between Cozy Cat and the Huron Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), but Szekely announced Saturday night that the fund-raiser was not in partnership with the SPCA, it was solely for her cat rescue efforts.
"Thank you to all the volunteers, the merchants and to all of you who have supported this event," said Szekely. "I appreciate all the stores who sold tickets, and everyone who donated items for the silent auction. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, and from my cats."
A final tally from the fund-raiser will be announced later.
Elaine Fisher of Exeter, originally of Holyrood, cooks the spaghetti for the meal
Brennan Mulhern of Goderich cuts up the lemon meringue pies
Travis Brown of Goderich cuts up the apple pies
Joan Wood (L) and Donna Cassidy of Kincardine check out the beautiful items at the silent auction
Helga Szekely (L) and Dave Primeau read out the winners of the silent auction items at the end of the "Spay-ghetti" dinner, Saturday night at the Kincardine Legion
Bailey Pierson (L), 10, and Kaiden Ford, 9, both of Kincardine, test out a Muskoka chair dog bed, one of the silent auction items
John (L) and Mary Farrell tend bar for the event
Liz (L) and Sandy Donald of Kincardine enjoy their spaghetti dinner
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