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bulls-eye 07-Jun-2014 10:00 AM
     3rd Annual Walk & Wag - Abby Gibson Memorial


Victor Ashe Park, Knoxville, TN

Participant Registration:
Early Registration: $15 Per Adult; Deadline May 24th
Day-of-Event Registration: $25 Per Adult
Children & Teens are FREE

"In Memory Of" Participant Registration: 
$10 per memorial ornament; Deadline May 24th

Team Registration:  Gather your friends, family, and co-workers to form a team!  Prizes will be awarded to the largest team!  Deadline May 24th

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Please join us on Saturday, June 7, 2014 for the 3rd Annual Walk & Wag held in memory of ten-year-old Abby Gibson. This dog friendly, family event will be held at Victor Ashe Park from 10am to 1pm with day-of-event registration and early registration check-in starting at 9am. This event is RAIN OR SHINE.  Come and join us for Abby's one mile memorial walk and a day full of fun for you, your dog, and the whole family!


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bulls-eye 04-Aug-2014 08:00 AM
     2014 Tennessee Animal Care & Control Conference


The 2014 conference will be held at Embassy Suites South/Cool Springs in Franklin, TN.  Tennessee's largest annual conference of animal control officers, humane investigators, law enforcement, animal care staff, animal shelter managers, executive directors, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, rescue workers, and animal advocates throughout the state. 

Don't miss the opportunity to recharge, learn new skills and strategies, amd network with animal welfare professionals to improve your ability to help animals.


  • Workshops include: animal handling, sheltering bascis, disease prevention & treatment on small budgets, legal custody issues, working with your community, foster & adoption programs, and many others.
  • Nationally reconized speakers
  • Exhibitors
  • Lunches & refreshments are included with registration
  • Veterinarians & veterinary technicians earn CE credits

TACCC Registration Info

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