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March 23, 2008

St. Andrews Village to Host Fund Raiser for the Lincoln County Humane Society on April 10th

Mark your calendars for a noon time luncheon on April 10th! Amy and the dining team are preparing a delicious menu to benefit a great organization-The Lincoln County Humane Society (LCHS) www.furrypets.com.

LCHS is dedicated to the prevention of cruelty and abuse to animals, birds and wildlife. It is a place of safety for healthy adoptable animals; a temporary home for the homeless; a haven for the mistreated, neglected or abused animals of Lincoln County and surrounding counties.

This has been a hard winter for many in Lincoln County. This fact, coupled with the down turn in the economy, has resulted in the very difficult and unfortunate circumstance of some people having to give up their pet or pets. The end result being the LCHS has seen a significant increase in the number of pets the shelter is caring for and utilization of shelter resources.

Please come join us to have a delicious lunch served by the Village dining team. The menu includes:

  • Cold Tomato and Cucumber or Cream of Asparagus and Chicken Soup
  • Veggie Wraps with sundried tomatoes, ham,onion,swiss sandwich with honey mustard or tarragon chicken on assorted rolls
  • Bacon broccoli salad
  • Wild berry shortcake.

The cost of the luncheon is underwritten by St. Andrews Village with all proceeds going to the Lincoln County Animal Shelter. Donations are appreciated with $7.00 suggested per person. Please Contact St. Andrews Village Reception Services at 633-0920 for additional information.

 

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