Paws, Prayers, Promises hosting March event

Paws, Prayers & Promises, a recently established 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization serving the animals and their people in our community, is hosting a fundraising event on Saturday, March 12 at The Depot in Landrum from 5-8 p.m.

 

Each ticket will entitle the bearer to indulge in heavy hors d’oeuvres, soft drinks, and the music of the hugely popular Greenville band Double Ought. A separate two-drink beer and wine bracelet can also be purchased.

 

There will be raffles all evening for numerous items and services donated by local businesses, and there will also be Paws, Prayers & Promises T-shirts and magnets for sale.

 

Tickets can be purchased at P3 Consignments in Landrum, or by calling Dana Mayer at 828-243-1852. Space is limited so buy your tickets early, and come join the fun!

 

-Submitted by Dana Mayer

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