Ever had dinner with animal lovers? You can do that while helping to rescue homeless animals in the Yakima valley on Saturday, October 14 during a special fundraiser at Terrace Heights Grange for Acts of Kindness Animal Rescue of Yakima.

YOUR DONATION HELPS PURCHASE VITAL SUPPLIES TO SUPPORT HOMELESS ANIMALS

Friends of the Director are helping raise money to pay vet bills for the many animals that are rescued every year. Currently all the bills are paid by private funds but you can help by enjoying a dinner on Saturday, October 14. You're invited to a fun spaghetti feed with silent auction items,live music lots of great food and a room full of animal lovers just like you.

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HELP TAKE THE PRESSURE OFF OF OTHER ORGANIZATIONS AND THE HUMANE SOCIETY

All the money stays right here in Yakima to help homeless animals and those in foster care. Rescue officials in the valley says when you help with a rescue organization you are taking pressure off city and county animal control officers and the Central Washington Humane Society. The event is set for 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm Saturday, October 14 at Terrace Heights Grange at 3701 West Birchfield Road in Yakima. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and children. Tickets are available at the door on Saturday.

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