2nd Annual Raining Cats and Dogs Auction Event Schedule
Swedish Cultural Center
Saturday, October 27, 2012

5:00 pm – Doors Open – Be the first in line to bid on wonderful silent auction items, purchase a wine from our wine wall, and get a bracelet so you can participate in a fun game of Heads or Tails!

6:15 pm – First Silent Auction Section closes

6:30 pm – Second Silent Auction Section closes

6:45 pm– Third Silent Auction Section closes

7:00 pm – Get to your table and bid on your dessert in the Dessert Frenzy!

7:10 pm – Heads or Tails game (Be sure to purchase your bracelet to participate in this fun game!)

7:20 pm– Buffet Dinner by FareStart

7:50 pm– Program Kick-off with Don Jordan, Seattle Animal Shelter Executive Director

8:00 pm– Live Auction – Be ready to bid on fabulous, one of a kind items and experiences!

8:45 pm– “Raise the Paddle” Fund a Need with Seattle Animal Shelter Foundation Board members

9:30 pm – Event Concludes – Thank you for your support!

A Dog’goned Good Evening!

Lassie had it easy compared to what a police dog goes through in a routine shift! Please consider bidding on our ride-along so you can see and experience it for yourself.

Spend the evening with a Seattle Police Canine Handler and his or her Police Dog partner. You will get a feel for how these patrol dogs work, and a sample of their nightly shift.

The Seattle Police Canine Unit’s primary mission is the protection of life and property for the citizens of Seattle, and assistance with the safe apprehension of suspects who flee. We have 11 patrol dogs plus two narcotics detection dogs and two explosive detection dogs.

Seattle has patrol dogs on duty seven nights a week, 365 nights a year, to help keep you and the city safe.

Donor: Seattle Police Department Canine Unit
Value: Priceless