TAILS & TRAILS 2018 will be held on
Sunday, September 16, 2018
9- 1 p.m. at MAMMOTH REC ZONE
416 Sierra Park Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Tails and Trails Registration – 1 person, 1 dog – $20.00
Additional Dog – $5.00
The Mammoth Lakes Lions Club is proud to sponsor the Eastern Sierra Tails and Trail fundraising event. The proceeds from this family-fun community event, including four-legged family members, help support sight related care locally and internationally. The Lions Club provides eye exams and glasses for students throughout Mono County, eye and hearing exams and related equipment for elders, and many other sight-impaired support systems including Guide Dogs for the Blind. In addition to offering a fun day in the Sierra, we also hope to further the health and wellness of pets and their people in the Eastern Sierra community through education and to provide funding for pet waste receptacles throughout the Town. The goal of this event is to further the health and wellness of pets and their people in the Eastern Sierra community through education and to provide funding for pet waste receptacles throughout the Town.
Activities throughout the Dog Fest will include:
1. Dogathon (1.7 and 2.7 miles) Great exercise for owner and dog as well as a wonderful way to clear your mind and relieve the stress of your everyday lives. The trails will provide a way for the Eastern Sierra community and guests to explore some of the beautiful trails that Mammoth Lakes Park and Recreation has to offer.
2. Dog education and pet expo.
3. Costume Contest, Look-a-Like Contest, and Tail Wagging Contest.
4. Collection bins will be at the registration tables for new, used, prescription, non-prescription eyeglasses, safety glasses and sunglasses, hearing aids and old cell phones to be distributed to help those in need.
Mammoth Lions, the Town of Mammoth Lakes Park & Recreation Department, Bishop Veterinary Hospital, and Mammoth Lakes Fire and Police Department are co-sponsors for the event. Sponsors will work together to further the Lion’s Mission and ensure a successful event.
We recognize the Eastern Sierras are not only loved by humans, but our canines play a very special part of our environment.