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Fundraisers slated for Shelter

Monday, November 8, 2010

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Preparing for the second annual fundraiser to benefit the Clay County Humane Society on Saturday, Eagles Trustee Prentiss Frazier (left) CCHS employee Kristin Frye (standing) and CCHS volunteer and Eagles member Rick Moore spent time with Brindle/hound mix "Corey" recently outside the Eagles. [Order this photo]
A local group is organizing various fundraising activities to help raise money for the Clay County Humane Society this weekend.

Starting at 3 p.m., Saturday, the Fraternal Order of Eagles Lodge No. 274, are having a buffet-style dinner, including a menu of fried chicken, baked ham, mashed potatoes, chicken and noodles, green beans, baked beans and various desserts.

The cost is $5 per plate or $10 for all-you-can-eat.

Along with a raffle for a 32-inch high definition flat-screen television, there will also be live and silent auctions, door prizes by local merchants, live entertainment and a dance at the lodge located at 122 E. National Ave., Brazil.

Bands performing during the event include Dead Give Away (3-7 p.m.) and 90 Proof (9 p.m.-1 a.m.).

If the weather permits, shelter personnel will also have pets available for adoption during the event. A collection drop off will also be taking donations of dog and cat food, various types of cleaning supplies, cat litter, and items to be used for bedding for the animals and/or cash donations at the lodge the day of the event anytime after 10 a.m.

Donations can also be made at the Clay County Humane Society during normal business hours.

For more information about the fundraising event, contact the Eagles Lodge at 448-8468 or the Clay County Humane Society at 446-5126.


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I hope you have a great turnout!

-- Posted by th1953 on Tue, Nov 9, 2010, at 6:53 PM


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