Cuddly Puppies Help RIT Celebrate Spring’s Arrival April 27

Adorable event benefits Scottsville Veterinary Adoptions

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A. Sue Weisler

Unusually mild weather brought puppies to campus in February as part of FreezeFest. Scottsville Veterinary Adoptions returns to RIT Friday with more wagging tails.

If you get the opportunity to support a good cause while cuddling with puppies, you grab it. Scottsville Veterinary Adoptions will bring puppies to the Rochester Institute of Technology campus April 27 to celebrate spring’s arrival.

For a suggested $1 donation to benefit Scottsville Veterinary Adoptions, students can enjoy free barbeque, music (provided by WITR-FM) and puppies. Friday’s event is part of RIT’s annual weekend-long Spring Festival.

What: Spring Festival: Food, Music and Puppies
Who: RIT College Activities Board hosts
Where: The Tiger Statue, next to Eastman Kodak Quad in the center of RIT campus
When: Noon–4 p.m. April 27