Canine Mayor of Mount Dora Contest
Calling All Canines!
| The Mount Dora Police Department, in partnership wit the Mount Dora Heroes Foundation, invites Mount Dora locals to nominate their canine as the 'Honorary Canine Mayor of Mount Dora'. The Mount Dora Canine Mayor will serve as goodwill ambassador to all pets in the community.
Canine Mayor receives:
-Prestigious 1 year term and official collar
-Reserved parking at the city dog park
-Participation and representation in city parades and other events
All 'Caninedates' with a Mount Dora mailing address are eligible.
Nominations held October 1st through December 2nd of 2018. Elections held
December 3, 2017.
All Caninedates are invited to participate and 'campaign' in the Canine Parade on November 24th.
For more information about the Canine Mayor of Mount Dora contest, contact Officer Ivy Severance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Nominations are open October 1st through December 2rd of 2018. Please vote for your favorite canine below!
|On behalf of the Mount Dora Heroes Foundation, we would like to thank everyone for their participation in our canine mayor fundraiser last year. Each year this fundraiser provides a fun and interactive way to help support retired police K9s. We are so thankful for the community and all that the residents do to support this cause!
We are proud to announce that the Canine Mayor Election and Paw Parade raised $4,757.58 last year. All proceeds benefiting the Mount Dora Heroes Foundation - Canine Retirement Fund.
Swearing in for the new Canine Mayor and Vice Mayor is tentatively planned for the January council meeting.
Proceeds from the Canine Mayor contest benefit the Mount Dora Heroes Foundation in support of retired police K-9s.
|2018 Mount Dora Honorary Canine Mayor Results|
|Canine Mayor elections will open again October 1, 2018.
** Each elected canine that serves a term is only eligible for re-election after 2 terms out of office.**
|Proceeds from the Canine Mayor contest benefit the Mount Dora Heroes Foundation in support of retired police K-9s.|