By Sophie Nulph
The Reserve at Hamilton Trace is collaborating with Hamilton County to present Ruff and Roll fundraiser from 2 to 4 p.m. Sept. 21 at the Reserve at Hamilton Trace in Fishers.
The free family friendly event will include Johnson’s BBQ Shack Truck, Kona Ice and a wine tasting venue that will accept donations. There also will be face painting, Trends for Trails Boutique and an appearance by DJ Sunny Moon. A percentage of proceeds will benefit the Humane Society for Hamilton County.
The Reserve at Hamilton Trace is presenting the event to bring awareness to the community.
“The whole thing is going to be fun,” said Kerry Bryant, an independent living sales consultant for the facility. “It is really meant to be a family fun community event.”
The event is hosted by Seniors With Available Time and Talent, a group focused on giving back to the community and volunteering.
“We call (2019) our year of giving back to the community,” Bryant said.
A list of supplies needed for the Humane Society can be found at HSHCWishList.com.
The Reserve at Hamilton Trace is a 34-acre senior living community for people 55 and older. The facility includes independent living, assisted living, a rehabilitation center and other amenities. It is owned by Cardon and Associates.