Reminderville -- The police department and Pawsibilities: The Human Society of Greater Akron partner daily for the benefit of the area's homeless pets, and a fall clambake will help give back to the no-kill shelter on Darrow Road.
A $25 ticket to the Oct. 26 clambake at the Reminderville Police Department, 3602 Glenwood Blvd., will purchase half a chicken, a dozen clams, corn on the cob, a sweet potato, clam chowder and bread. A dozen more clams can be purchased for $10, according to Police Chief Jeff Buck.
All proceeds will benefit Pawsibilities at 7996 Darrow Road, Buck said.
"They work really hard over there," he said. "Because we partner with them and they take our [stray] animals, we want to help them with their costs. The fundraising goal is as much as we can get."
"This is going to be a really great event," said Pawsibilities event and volunteer coordinator Jackie Zavodney said. "This is the first year they're doing this, and it sounds like it's going to be well-attended."
Zavodney added that Pawsibilities will have animals at the event available for adoption.
BayLobsters Fish Market will cater the event and has given the RPD a break on the cost for the clams and other clambake staples.
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