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April is National PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS MONTH.
Utica is celebrating with a PUPPY PARADE!
Pets of all ages are welcome! The parade begins at Grant Park and ends at Pioneer Park Dog Park.
These great organizations will be joining us!
The Humane Society of Macomb
Detroit Pit Crew Dog Rescue
Utica/Shelby Rebels Football and Cheer Club
...and two Very Special Surprise Guests!
Refreshments will be available.
Link to Facebook Event Page:
It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the City of Utica. Utica is an example of small town life with all the amenities of the larger communities in the Detroit metro area. Our schools, both parochial and public, are some of the best in the State. Churches abound, as do pleasant walking paths, parks, unique historic homes and specialty shops. Whether it is regional shopping venues or friendly "Mom and Pop" enterprises, Utica has something for everyone.
Gus Calandrino, Mayor of Utica