Don’t miss a family friendly and fun-filled weekend of activity, competition and demonstrations this Saturday November 9th through 11th at Six Bends Harley-Davidson in Fort Myers (just off I-75 at exit 131).
The Lee County Sheriff’s Youth Activities League (SYAL) will join the rolling thunder and aerial feats at the annual Hogs & Air Dogs national dock jumping event.
SYAL will feature our own young competitors Saturday morning and afternoon in Top Rocker Field, right next to the dock jumping site. Archers, ages 6 through 17, from three area SYAL-sponsored programs will take aim to win trophies, medals and other prizes in our annual year-end tournament.
“We’re thankful to this year’s organizers of the Hogs & Air Dogs event to allow us to hold our competition that weekend,” said Lieutenant Larry King, Executive Director of SYAL. “This will give our youth a chance to see, interact and enjoy the canines in competition while allowing those attending that event to watch and encourage our archers who work so hard to excel in their chosen sport,” he said.
Meanwhile, back at the dock, you’ll get to see various breeds and sizes of dogs run, jump and splash in pursuit of glory as they fetch, chase and catch in three days of action from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day.
Hogs & Air Dogs benefits the Gulf Coast Humane Society, a local non-profit animal welfare organization which rescues, cares and finds loving homes for hundreds of dogs and cats each year in Lee County. A “no-kill” facility, the Gulf Coast Humane Society is funded only by individual and corporate donations, grants and fundraising events like this one.
For more information on the archery event, contact Mike Calbot. If you’re interested in entering your dog, sponsoring or being a vendor at Hogs & Air Dogs click on the following link: www.hogsandairdogs.com/. To donate to the Gulf Coast Humane Society go to: