On January 29, 2020

RCHS has new dinner card

Dear Editor,

The Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) is excited about our new Dinner Card!  With it, cardholders can visit 13 participating Rutland County restaurants and purchase an entrée and their guest will receive an entree of the same or lesser value free.

It’s a win for the cardholder, a win for the restaurant and a win for the animals at the Rutland County Humane Society who need care while they wait to find their forever homes.

Dinner Cards are $100 each and can be used now through Dec. 31, 2020, with some blackout dates and exclusions.

Dining cards can only be used one time at each restaurant.

The RCHS Dinner Card will make a great gift for everyone, so buy a few!  The Dinner Cards are available for purchase at the Rutland County Humane Society on Stevens Road in Pittsford.  If you have any questions please contact Beth at shelterbeth@rchsvt.org or 802.483.9171. Bon(e) Appetit!

Our thanks to our participating restaurants: Brix Bistro, Café Provence, Casey’s Caboose, Domenics, Flannel’s, Liquid Art, Moguls, Nightspot Pizza, Peppino’s Restorante, Ramunto’s, The Lookout Tavern, The Wheel Inn, and Vermont Tap House

Amelia Stamp,

RCHS

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