DAYTON — With the closing of Caddy’s Tap House in Miamisburg, SICSA Pet Adoption Center is announcing that Sync for SICSA is going to be pushed back to a later date.
Sync for SICSA will be on July 12 and will be located at The Dublin Pup, 300 Wayne Ave, Dayton.
Dayton personalities will be participating in a Lip Sync battle, similar to Lip Sync Battle TV show on Spike TV. There is no registration fee in order to enjoy this event and no cover charge to get into to The Dublin Pub. Participants for this event include: Amelia Robinson from Dayton.com, Alexis Larson from the Dayton Art Institute, Steve VanGorder from SVG Motors, Andrew White from Nucleus, Zac Pitts from Living Dayton and Jack Omer, a SICSA Board Member.
“We are very appreciative to the Dublin Pup for taking us in for this exciting event,” said Kristina Heaton, Philanthropy Manager at SICSA Pet Adoption Center.
For additional information about Sync for SICSA, please contact Kristina Heaton, at KHeaton@SICSA.org or call (937) 294-6505 ext. 25.
Founded in 1974, SICSA began as an alternative to the traditional animal welfare system with a mission of improving the lives of stray animals and promoting adoption. The organization runs an Animal Adoption Center in Kettering at 2600 Wilmington Pike, which is open seven days a week to those interested in bringing home a companion animal. For more information about SICSA, please visit www.sicsa.org or call the Adoption Center at (937) 294-6505.