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    The Fayetteville Animal Protection Society spends the majority of its time throughout the year making life better for our four-legged friends. On Friday, Nov. 7, they are asking you to give those same four-legged friends an early Christmas present by attending the annual Join us FAPS Holiday Benefit at Highland Country Club. This fun, casual affair will begin at 6:30 p.m., and tickets are still available.
    {mosimage}A $40 per person donation will allow to you to enjoy good old American eats of hotdogs, hamburgers, grilled chicken, french fries, onion rings, pasta salad and an array of deserts. Icy cold, refreshing beer, wine and soft drinks, will also be provided. A cash bar will be available.
    Once you’ve filled your tummy, event organizers hope you’ll help fill the FAPS coffers by participating in a silent auction. The auction has an array of irresistible items, including jewelry, art, lamps, antiques, pet-themed items, golf packages, pottery by Mark Hewitt and Ben Owen, salon & spa treatments and much more! A 32” Samsung Flat-Screen LCD HDTV will be auctioned off and raffle tickets are available for $10 each.
    The winner need not be present to win. The night will conclude with a live auction open to all attendees.
Proceeds from the holiday benefit will go towards sheltering FAPS homeless animals, the agency’s spay/neuter and humane education fund, sick and injured fund and shelter operating costs.Featured items, donated by local businesses make great gifts for friends, family or yourself, just in time for the holiday season! {mosimage}
    For more information on how you can help homeless animals, attend the holiday benefit or purchase a raffle ticket, please call the FAPS shelter at 910-864-2077, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. or check the organization out on the Web at

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