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Mutts & Martinis fundraiser benefits Rotts of Friends

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From page A7 | June 21, 2013 |

All are welcome for an evening of food, fun, mutts and martinis to benefit Rotts of Freinds Animal Rescue.

The third annual Mutts & Martinis dinner and auction will begin with a cocktail hour and open house at 6 p.m. Saturday at 34505  County Road 29 in Woodland. Dinner will follow, catered by Merchant & Main of Vacaville.

The evening’s entertainment will feature a police dog demonstration, a rescue dog parade, a huge raffle, a silent auction and a live auction led by local auctioneer Joe Gates.

Included in the live auction will be three front-row, behind-home-plate San Francisco Giants tickets to a game of your choosing; two lower-level tickets to Fleetwood Mac’s July 6 concert at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento; trips including New Year’s weekend in Pasadena with a three-night stay at the Athenaeum, dinners and tickets for two to the Rose Parade; an AKC-registered Rottweiler or German shepherd puppy with lifetime obedience training; jewelry; and a Tasha Polizzi woman’s leather fringed jacket.

Tickets are $100 per person and may be purchased online at RottsofFriends.com or by calling 530-681-1326.

Rotts of Friends is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. All proceeds from the event benefit Rotts of Friends Animal Rescue for the care and placement of homeless and abused animals.

“Saving the life of one animal may not change the world but the world will surely change for that one animal,” a news release said.

For more information, call Renee at 530-681-1326.

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