MARYSVILLE — The 16th annual “Dalmatian Drive” is set to begin on Saturday, July 20, with a “family fun day” at Marysville Fire District Station 63, located at 14716 Smokey Point Blvd., from noon to 4 p.m.
This event will highlight Maryville’s public safety members in appreciation of their service. The public is encouraged to attend for an afternoon of food, bouncy houses, face painting, games and much more.
There is an admission charge of $20 for a family of four, or $5 per person. Tickets may be purchased at Marysville Chiropractic, or at the gate on the day of the event. The drive will run through Labor Day.
Marysville Chiropractic, located at 1617 Grove St., will be raising money for the Marysville Fire District’s Dalmatian program. Marysville Fire District paramedic and aid units carry stuffed Dalmatian dogs for fire personnel to distribute to children, to comfort them in their time of distress.
The goal this year is to raise enough money to purchase 500 Dalmatians. Each Dalmatian costs $4. For every $3 donated, Marysville Chiropractic will pay $1. For more information, please call Marysville Chiropractic at 360-659-6241, or visit www.marysvillechiropractic.com.