PetSmart Hosts Pet Adoption Tent Event

Fayetteville—On Saturday Nov. 14, 2015, eight dogs became members of a new family. Tilted Acres Rescue and Adoptions (T.A.R.A), Inc. hosted pet adoption tent in the parking of Pet’s Mart on Ramsey Street. The event began at 10 a.m. and ended at 4 p.m. Another event was held on Sunday, Nov. 15 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

With the weather not too hot and not too cold, many people attended the event, petting the animals, and some adopting them.

“I love the pet adoption events. The only thing is, it’s sad because there are those that get adopted and then those that are left behind at the end of the day. That is the hardest part about going to pet adoptions”, local woman Dorothy Crosby said. If I could take them all, I would, she said.

Tilted Acres Rescue and Adoptions is a non-profit an no-kill organization whose main goal is finding loving homes for homeless animals.

“Any event that helps us get pets into loving homes is a great success”, T.A.R.A Vice President, Becky Sasala said.

T.A.R.A is partnered with PetSmart and they plan to continue hosting the pet adoption events in the future.

“Every four months we sponsor these tent events. Different adoption agencies come together so that we can raise awareness of homeless pets and try to help people find their new best friend”, Sasala said.

The adoption fee of $100 (for any animal) includes spay or neuter, microchip, rabies vaccination, all other age appropriate vaccinations, and 30 days of free pet health insurance.

How to Write a Stage Play (Quick & Easy)

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Writing a stage a play is good way to channel your inner actor/actress.  There are several different types of plays. Follow these quick steps and you’ll have your first stage play written before you know it.

Step 1: Choose the type of play you want to write.

There are several different types of stage plays. It is important to choose the type of play you want to write. The most common types of stage plays are as follows; Ten-minute plays,  one-act plays, full-length plays, and musicals.

Step2: Create your antagonist

Choosing a main character and the conflict will help you to create a full story to base your play on.

Step 3: Create your protagonist

If you have a main character then you need the character that is a part of the conflict. To provide true entertainment, the play must have a conflict so that there is a climax.

Step 4: Create a setting 

This will help you to have an idea of the type of stage space, props, and costumes you will need.

Step 5: Write a story to determine the rest of characters

Writing off the top of your head makes the best stage plays. While this is true for some, it is best to take your time so that you can avoid having to go back and change things later. Conflict, characters, and dialogue are the most important aspects of writing your stage play.

All in all, a stage play takes a creative mind. Use yours to express your art. 

 

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