SUNRISE SIDE BULLETIN
Interactive information session on 2020 Census this Friday
An interactive information session about the 2020 Census will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday at the Bay View Center, located at 710 N 2nd Ave. Time slots are scheduled for every 15 minutes and $10 gift cards to use at local restaurants will be given to those who attend.
For more information or to pre-register for the event, call 989-340-0955 or stop by the Bay View Center.
Drive-thru food distribution in Rogers City on Friday
A drive-thru emergency food distribution for anyone who is in need will be held from 12 to 1:30 p.m., or until all food has been distributed, Sept. 18 at the Rogers City Area Senior and Community Center, located at 131 Superior St. in Rogers City.
Another emergency food distribution is planned from 12 to 1:30 p.m., or until all food has been distributed, on Oct. 2, which will be the last food distribution for the year.
Community service hours are available for those who want to help with the distribution events. For information about how to volunteer for the distributions, call 989-734-2958.
Second Chance Animal Shelter holding kitten adopt-a-thon/bottle drive Saturday
Second Chance Animal Shelter will hold a kitten adopt-a-thon and can and bottle drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Kadrich Family Chiropractic building, located at 1015 U.S.-23 North.
The kittens have been fostered by families locally and are very social. Shelter staff encourage kittens to be adopted in pairs. Adoption fees are $65 per kitten or $100 for two kittens, although an additional refundable spay or neuter deposit is required at the time of adoption. Applications are available at Kadrich Family Chiropractic or at the event.
Kittens have been tested for feline leukemia virus, received age appropriate vaccines and come with a free spay or neuter certificate, courtesy of Switzer Veterinary Clinic and Sunrise Veterinary Services, to be used when the kitten is old enough for surgery.
Cans and bottles will be accepted to help with the costs associated with helping homeless and abandoned animals the shelter cares for.
The event will also feature several crafters and vendors in the outdoor parking lot to help people get started on their Christmas shopping. A bake sale and raffle basket will also be held.