‘Let Meowt’ fundraiser for Marshall County Humane Society

Bryson Montgomery celebrated his birthday at the new Marshall County Humane Society ‘Let Meowt’ escape room. Rather than gifts for himself, he asked his guests to bring a donation for the animals (Make sure to see both photos). Marshall County Humane Society is home to this 17 year old Tabby Cat, ‘Old Yeller’. Not all the animals at MCHS can stay permanently, which is why your support is appreciated. In addition to donations and memberships, Kroger shoppers can choose MCHS as their Community Rewards recipient. Cash rewards with every purchase will provide the shelter with additional financial support.
By: 
Jamie Fleury
Staff Writer

Marshall County Humane Society (MCHS) is ‘thinking outside the litter box’ with a new fundraiser.

‘Let Meowt’ is the MCHS version of an escape room.

It can be rented for birthday parties, girls night out, employee team building exercises or just for fun.

Shelley Montgomery shared, “We 100% recommend having a party to support the shelter.”

Shelley’s son, Bryson, celebrated his birthday there and asked that his guests bring gifts for the animals.

MCHS has their annual fundraiser Money for Mutts Catsino Night coming up on Sat., May 4.

A donation of $20 gets an all you can eat meal and beverages.

Doors open at 5 p.m. Drawing begins at 6:30 p.m. Black Jack, dice, 50/50 and Tip Boards are all part of the evening festivities.

Scott Hamel shared that Indiana Motor Speedway donated tickets to be raffled off in additional to hundreds of other prizes.

The event will be held at Knights of Columbus located at 901 E. Jefferson St.

MCHS is always in need of bleach, paper towels, laundry soap, puppy chow, kitten chow, scoop-able cat litter, newspapers, hand sanitizer, Clorox wipes, blankets, bath towels, leashes, collars, treats and toys.

MCHS can be reached by emailing marshallcountyhumanesociety@gmail.com. More information can also be obtained by calling 936-8300.

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