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Enjoy a birthday luncheon with entertainment
Birthday celebrations always provide enjoyment and good fun and the Moving Paws 7th Birthday Fundraiser Luncheon will be one you don't want to miss.
The Luncheon will be held on Sunday 21st October from 12.30 pm to 4.00 pm and the venue will be The Joiners Arms Hotel, 9 Manton Street, Hindmarsh. A two-course meal will be available with vegan and vegetarian options.
The Joiners Arms Hotel in Hindmarsh. Photo: Joiners Arms Hotel Facebook Page.
Very special guests at the event will be Debra Tranter and Oscar from Oscar's Law. Debra is the founder of Oscar's Law, a not-for-profit volunteer organisation dedicated to abolishing puppy factories in Australia, and she will be the guest speaker on the day.
Live entertainment will be provided by the awesome Aden Quinn. An up-and-coming young singer/songwriter, Aden already has an impressive list of performances to his credit and released his first EP in 2015. He is also a recipient of the National Youth Recognition Award for Services to the Community (Music).
Other features of the afternoon include a raffle and a lucky door prize.
Tickets for this special occasion are $50.00 each, with $5.00 from each ticket sale to be donated to Oscar's Law. Tables of 6 will be available if you want to attend with a group of family members or friends and tickets can be purchased from the Moving Paws website fund-raising page. Early purchase of tickets is recommended so that you don't miss out on the opportunity to enjoy the birthday celebrations and entertainment in the company of other dog-lovers.
Max is one of many small dogs given a second chance by Moving Paws Inc. Photo courtesy Moving Paws Inc.
Moving Paws Inc is a not for profit registered charity dedicated to the protection and rescue of small breeds of dogs which are looking for a second chance in a new home. They have a committed team of volunteers who specialize in caring for senior and special needs dogs, some of which are too old, sick or traumatized to be adopted out to new homes and remain in the care of Moving Paws to live out their twilight years with love and dignity.
Moving Paws have ensured that Peggy-Sue can look forward to love and comfort for the rest of her life. Photo courtesy Moving Paws Inc.
Moving Paws assists dogs in country pounds and those requiring private re-homing, and they have a working relationship with the RSPCA in South Australia. Each little dog that comes to Moving Paws is cared for in a loving home environment, treated as one of the family and provided with the best vet care, grooming, training and socialisation.
Proceeds from the 7th Birthday Fundraiser Luncheon will assist with the ongoing vet care of the rescued dogs in the custody of Moving Paws.