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Blessing of the Animals and Candlelight Vigil
Saturday, October 22, 6 p.m. Union Point Park
Rev. Mary Frances Curns offers the blessing at 6 p.m.
The vigil follows at 6:30 and is for the dogs and cats who have become victims due to overcrowding at the county shelter, irresponsible owners, and abuse.
Well-behaved, leashed animals are welcome. For more information, email Kim Davis.

CCHS Golf Tournament Fundraiser
Saturday, October 29 Emerald Golf Course (Greenbrier)
Noon registration and practice range 1pm shotgun start
Seeking players ($65) and sponsors
For more information, contact Marcia Werneke, 252-229-2072

Colonial Capital Humane Society’s Fourth Fabulous
BBQ Chicken Dinner
Friday, November 4 11am-1pm
New Bern Elks Lodge, 1175 Pine Tree Drive
In this fundraiser, good eatin’ meets great carin’ for the dogs and cats rescued by Colonial Capital Humane Society. CCHS maintains a no-kill shelter for 50 cats and has 30 dogs in foster care homes. Order today, then pick up your dinner(s) on November 4; orders of 6 plates or more can be delivered free to charge to local businesses.
For $7, you get: half a BBQ chicken, potatoes, green beans, roll, and cookie.
Place your order by calling Lynn Perry, 252-229-2077.
Colonial Capital Humane Society’s Night at the Mesh Sports Lounge
Thursday, November 17
Drink to the health of the animals rescued by Colonial Capital! Your cover charge becomes a donation.
For more information, email Kim Davis.

Submitted by: Beverly Foster, Colonial Capital Humane Society, 252-633-0146

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