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Good Dog Gala & Bad Dog Ball, November 6, 2010


With the Phillies having just clinched their fourth consecutive Division Championship, and now being well on their way to a third consecutive World Series, who doesn’t want to be just a bit more like All-Star second baseman, Chase Utley? Now here’s your chance. Chase and his wife, Jennifer, have helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Pennsylvania SPCA (Society for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), a non-profit membership organization dedicated to preventing cruelty to animals and enforcing laws for their protection and welfare in Pennsylvania.

The Pennsylvania SPCA will hold its Fourth Annual Good Dog Gala on November 6, 2010 at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel. The Good Dog Gala honors individuals, organizations and corporations committed to saving the lives of the lost, abandoned and abused animals of Philadelphia. Join sponsors, media, honorees and VIPs for a fabulous evening of cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, dinner and silent auction.

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But wait, the fun doesn’t end there! Too early to call it a night? Or you like the idea of supporting the lifesaving work of the Pennsylvania SPCA over cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, but you’re not really feeling the dinner and awards program? This year The Young Friends of the Pennsylvania SPCA present the first annual Bad Dog Ball. Dance the night away at the “after-party with an attitude.” Bring your best friend, the furry one, because dogs are invited!

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Last year Jennifer Utley, Pennsylvania SPCA Board Member, was among the honorees celebrated for her work championing animal welfare in Philadelphia. Jennifer and Chase Utley have even started their own charity, Utley All-Star Animals, to raise awareness in our community about the mistreatment of so many animals. This is your chance to be a little more like Utley (whichever one you wish to emulate); join the fight against animal cruelty, and help the Pennsylvania SPCA raise much-needed funds to save lives and grant second chances to lost, abused and abandoned animals.