MARDI PAWS ROLLS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd, 2015!
The Mystic Krewe of Mardi Paws rolls to the 2015 theme,
MARDI PAWS TAKES A ROAD TRIP!
Guaranteed to be a hit of the carnival season, please join us
and support three of the Northshore’s non-profits aimed
at helping kids and K-9’s alike!

Mark your calendars for Sunday, February 22nd, 2015 ,
when the krewe hits the road and visits attractions across the
United States. Haven't you always wanted to see Mount Rushmore, Rock City, Disney World - you get it, now is the time to pack up
your pooch and hit the road with friends or family!
Don't forget about Alaska and Hawaii!

Visit our Costume Contest page in the coming months for
all the great prizes you can win in addition to the coveted "poop" trophy by local artist Ted Pullig of Zorro's FUNzone in Mandeville.
Will you be one of the lucky few to bring home
the coveted trophy this year?

Just Planning to come out and watch ?
Mardi Paws is a fun-filled family event that serves as a fundraiserfor three Northshore non-profits which are comprised of all volunteers trying to make a difference in their community:
Scott’s Wish aids people suffering from leukemia and other devastating illnesses; Have a Heart is made up of community leaders who provide access to the arts for underprivileged and disabled children; and The St. Tammany Spay & Neuter Program provides low cost spay/neutering services for rescues and low-income households.
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Mardi Paws 2015 -The Mardi Gras Super Krewe for Canines!

Mardi Paws is excited to announce our 2015 Spokesdoggie, Monte the Maltese! A celebrity in his own right with 50,000 social media followers, Monte is just a 7 month old, 3 1/2 pound bundle of pure joy. Monte was on hand at the Coquille Recreation Facility to announce the Co-Grand Marshals of the 2015 parade! The Miracle League Northshore wants every child regardless of disabilities to get a chance to play league sports, and the 2015 parade will honor two local children with such a zest for life and who
play in the league.

Ella Vidal is a sweet six year old who lives in Madisonville and is in the first grade at Pontchartrain Elementary School. Born with profound hearing loss, Ella has received a cochlear implant to help her hear. Although she is severely development delayed, this hasn't stopped her from getting joy out of so many things. Ella loves dogs, therapeutic horseback riding, and cruising the neighborhood on her adaptive bike with her big sister Savannah.She most recently played soccer for the Miracle League! Ella and her family have enjoyed watching the parade many years, but are very excited to be participating in the 2015 parade.

Clayton Burke is 8 years old and a 3rd grader at Lancaster Elementary in Madisonville, LA. He was born with Spina Bifida but that hasn't stopped him from enjoying life and doing what he loves, like playing baseball. He started T-ball with Madisonville Youth Boosters when he was 4 and was able to play an extra year when he was 6. Clayton lives with his parents, David and Susan, and his 4 siblings: Phillip, Alan, Rosemary and William. He also has an awesome dog named Buddy. Buddy is 12 1/2 years old and is a very devoted pet. He goes with the family as many places as he can, just like Clayton does!



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                   Clayton & "Buddy"                                    Ella & "Monte"
                2015 Parade Grand Marshals
Monte the Maltese
2015 Parade Spokesdoggie
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