Inland Empire Police Canine Association Annual Police K-9 Benefit Show
You are invited to the Annual Police K-9 Benefit Show on Saturday, June 10, 2017, from 3:00 p.m. for the Vendor Fair with the K-9 demonstration starting at 6:00 p.m. There will be lots of activities, giveaways, food trucks and even photos with your favorite K-9s. This all happens at Upland High School, located at5 65 W. 11th St., in Upland.
Tickets are $10.00 with children 5 and under free and can be purchased at the gate.
Our Annual K9 Benefits Show funds all the projects we as an association take part in. We anticipate 2,500 people will attend our K9 show and Vendor fair. The audience will be treated to several live action scenarios, both realistic and entertaining. The public will get to see what our dogs are made of.
The IEPCA is dedicated to helping these K9 teams be successful and to provide additional training and K9 replacement assistance at no cost to members. The IEPCA supports monthly training for our members, financial assistance to purchase equipment, K9 medical benefits, dog replacement assistance, and to promote unity among handlers.
The Inland Empire Police Canine Association is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit entity and is comprised of active duty police K9 handlers from the Inland Empire who donate their time to lead the organization. Visit their website www.inlandempirek9.com.