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Set in a festive holiday atmosphere, the annual PAWS for People Brunch features a silent auction, live seasonal music and a full brunch menu, with cash bar. This year’s fundraiser focuses on the PAWS Child Advocacy Program, which provides individual animal-assisted per therapy visits to children in high-stress situations.  Proceeds from the brunch support this program and other PAWS initiatives. Cost:  $50/person. Group table rates available.

This year’s sponsors include Gerret and Tatiana Copeland, Arthur Hall Insurance, Somewhere Stables, Klondike Kate’s Restaurant, and PJ Fitzpatrick, Inc. To reserve a space or for more information, contact Krista Rahman, special events coordinator, at krahman@pawsforpeople.org or (302) 351-5622 or click here.


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