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Singles join on Valentine's Day to keep hearts beating for shelter animals
Valentine's charitable event focuses on fluttering hearts for singles while saving hearts of shelter animals
On this evening guests are invited to come dressed as their favorite celebrity (optional), walk on the red carpet, and enjoy some cocktails and art as they mix and mingle. The best “celebrity clone” will have the opportunity to appear on the cover page of a very popular local newspaper. Talent scouts will also be present for those interested. Through-
This celebration is all in support of a charitable cause, Animal Aid USA. Established in 2012 as a 501(c)(3), Animal Aid USA has been able to relocate over 4,300 animals in kill-shelters to loving homes through its large network of rescue groups and volunteers. Through its lobbying efforts and petitions, Animal Aid USA strives to end animal cruelty, focusing on banning inhumane ways animals are euthanized such as the gas chamber and intracardiac injection without anesthesia, and it uses it resources and lobbying efforts to support the abolishment of puppy mills. As pet overpopulation is a serious problem in the United States, Animal Aid USA, through its member veterinarians, provides funds to support spay and neuter programs in low-income communities. To learn more about the organization please visit www.animalaidusa.org.
To purchase tickets to the “Loving The Stars” event in their support, please visit www.eventbrite.com. Tickets are non-refundable, and will also be sold at the door depending upon availability. For more information, please contact the event organizers: Katherine Montero at firstname.lastname@example.org, Regine Lafond or Karla Trigueros, via www.facebook.com/
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