Masquerade Ball in support of the Fort McMurray SPCA
On Saturday, October 28th, 2017 the Shell Place Grand Ballroom will be transformed into a glamorous setting to host the region’s first Masquerade Ball. This unique and elegant evening will raise essential funding for the Fort McMurray SPCA that has been serving community residents and companion animals for over 37 years.
Saturday, 28 October 2017 at 7:00 PM
Shell Place Grand Ballroom
$200 per person
Tables of 10 Available
ABOUT THE SPCA
As the only local, responsive animal welfare organization in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, the Fort McMurray SPCA provides care and shelter for up to a thousand homeless, abused, neglected animals every year in addition to satellite services and supports throughout the rural and reserve areas. Founded in 1978, the Fort McMurray SPCA serves a diverse community as far south as Conklin and as far north as Fort Chipewyan including 5 First Nations and several Metis communities. It includes the urban centre of Fort McMurray and eight rural communities all requiring the expertise, services and support of the region’s only animal shelter.