Paws For The Cause Is Aug. 22

Friday, August 9, 2013

The  6th Annual Paws for the Cause fundraiser to support the local Humane Educational Society will take place at Stratton Hall on Thursday, Aug. 22, from 6-10 p.m.  All proceeds will go to support their “Getting to Zero” program where no adoptable animal has been euthanized since 2008. 

There will be dinner catered by Baylor School, drinks (wine, beer and non-alcoholic drinks), a silent and live auction, a show by the Calo Gitano Flamenco and Salsa dancers as well as interactive dancing and live music by Danny Partnode from Nashville.

To purchase tickets, make a donation or contribution or get more information, visit www.pawsforthecause.info.  Ticket holders who register at the door will be entered into a drawing for a new iPad.  Call June at 280-0833 or Jeanine at 624-5302 x228 for more information. 




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