Rally For Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary - July 28, 2019
On Sunday July 28th the Sacramento Area Miata Owners Association will return for the third straight year to the famous Gotts (Taylors) Roadside in beautiful St.
Helena in the heart of the Napa Valley.  This run will follow the route that was originally planned for May 18th which was unfortunately rained out.

This is a charity run, benefiting the  
Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary  in East Sacramento. Donations are purely optional, and not required to participate, but are welcomed
as they benefit a good cause. Please check out the Happy Tails website for a list of supplies needed (
www.happytails.org/help/wish-list), or feel free to donate a
monetary sum by check or Amazon gift card. A representative from Happy Tails will meet us at the start of the run to collect physical donations (so we can preserve the
Miata gram strategy) before we set out.

We will meet at the AMPM in Winters, CA at 9:30 AM for a 10:00 AM departure.  Click on the link below to view/print the route map and directions.  When we arrive at
Gotts, park in the lot on the south side in the rear, and proceed to the order window. Lunch seating is at the picnic tables in the rear, first-come first-served.  Our
return after lunch will be unsupervised, however to return via SR128, proceed south on Main Street, go left on Zinfandel, right on Silverado Trail, and left on SR128. Or
feel free to continue to explore St. Helena and the Napa Valley.  
Please print your own route map (see link below) and RSVP no later than Friday July 26th.



Joshua Fryer
jfryer317@yahoo.com
(435) 215-9379
Happy Tails is a no-kill, all volunteer, cage-free pet sanctuary... Founded in 1993, Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary is an animal rescue group dedicated to protecting
and improving the lives of homeless and abused animals throughout the Sacramento area. Needy animals are rescued, nurtured, and provided shelter and
medical care (including spaying and neutering) before being placed in safe, loving, permanent homes. After adoption, Happy Tails animals may be returned at
any time, no questions asked.  As an all-volunteer organization, Happy Tails is run by more than 200 dedicated volunteers. Assistance programs help the pets of
elderly, homeless and low-income individuals. Through our extensive feral cat program, Happy Tails maintains several altered, healthy feral cat colonies. This effort
is one more step in helping to solve the Sacramento area’s serious pet overpopulation problem.