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'Pawsta' party? Dinner benefit helps local families and pets

Draped in spaghetti as the ‘Poster Dog’ for Valley Animal Partners’ March 10 ‘Pawsta Pawty,’ miniature Pinscher mix Cami  belongs to Amanda Rae Sweatman, who works at Pet Place Market in North Bend. - Photo by Kelly D. Swedick
Draped in spaghetti as the ‘Poster Dog’ for Valley Animal Partners’ March 10 ‘Pawsta Pawty,’ miniature Pinscher mix Cami belongs to Amanda Rae Sweatman, who works at Pet Place Market in North Bend.
— image credit: Photo by Kelly D. Swedick

Valley Animal Partners is hosting a Pawsta Pawty to benefit pets and families.

The event is Saturday, March 10 at the Snoqualmie Eagles from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.  The public is welcome to attend; you do not have to be an Eagles member to take part.

Join pet lovers for an evening of food, friends and fun. All proceeds benefit local families and their pets by providing low-cost spay and neuter services.

To donate a homemade dessert to the auction, contact Tracy at (425) 888-1102 or e-mail to tracy@pooch-play.com.

More information can be found at www.valleyanimalpartners.com.

 

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