If every member of the Friends of the Hays Dog Park donated $10 on March 10, the day of Match Madness through the Heartland Community Foundation, we would make $5000, PLUS the HCF would match part of those funds. Please plan on giving $10 on the 10th!! You can mail the check to our mailbox (PO Box 1614) and I will turn it in on the 10th OR you can take your check directly to the HCF at the Welcome Center that day. Thanks for your support of the Hays Dog Park!!
The Friends of the Hays Dog Park just received a $335 donation in memory of Norbert Bollig. Mr. Bollig was the beloved father of Friend Rhonda Bollig-Baker and a lover of his grand-dogs. Here is a copy of his obituary in the HDN: http://hdnews.net/search/Norbert-Joseph-Bollig Thank you to the Bollig family!
Friends, the Friends of the Hays Dog Park are participating in the Heartland Community Foundation Match Madness fundraising campaign. Participating is easy, just give a donation to the Hays Dog Park fund at the Heartland Community Foundation on March 10th and they will match your donation. You can deliver a check to the Welcome Center in Hays between 9AM and 4PM OR we will post a link here so you can donate online. Any amount will help! Please help support the Hays Dog Park by planning a gift on March 10th.
Don’t forget you favorite pup this Valentine’s Day. Order them a Doggie Delights treat basket. Proceeds go to the Hays Dog Park. Please click on the order form below and get you order in before February 4th. Treats will be available for pickup or delivery on February 14th.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: the FHDP is going to do a Valentine’s Day fundraiser where we make and deliver gourmet dog treat packages to subscribers. If you are interested in making some delicious, gourmet dog treats for the packages please email me at email@example.com. We could use 5-10 volunteers!
Several weeks ago I was at a well known Kansas town for some personal business and I decided to go see their dog park. It was on the outskirts of town, hidden in an area that I didn’t really feel safe in. It was small–the small dog area about half the size of ours and the large dog areas a third the size. And this was in a town that was TWICE the size of Hays! It did have some nice shade though. It made me realize how lucky we are here in Hays to have a City Commission and Park Dept that believed in this project and donors who gave generously. Thanks to everyone who made this project possible!!!