SPCA Pancake Breakfast Benefit
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Saturday, January 18th 2014
7:30 am - 10:00 am

Our Lady of Peace Retirement Community

Kick off the new year at a family-friendly event in support of homeless pets! Our Lady of Peace Retirement Community in Charlottesville is hosting an All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Breakfast Benefit for the SPCA on Saturday, January 18, from 7:30-10:00AM, for a suggested $5 donation per person.

Other donations – such as wet dog/cat food, non-rawhide treats, Kong toys, peanut butter, leashes, collars, harnesses, cleaning supplies – are also welcomed and greatly appreciated.

A few adorable, adoptable dogs and cats are also expected to make a guest appearance!

ALL proceeds raised go to the homeless pets of the Fluvanna SPCA, so come on out and enjoy a few short stacks for a tall cause!!!

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