Get your wallets ladies because SouthBARK is having a Bachelor Raffle to help homeless dogs in our area! The event will be Saturday, September 21st at Gulf Bowl in Foley. Tickets are $5.00 at the door, and doors open at 5:00pm.
Bid on your favorite bachelor and if you win, the two of you will get to have dinner and go bowling together. All the money raised. In addition to the Bachelor Raffle, gift baskets and other prizes will be auctioned off.
A live band will provide entertainment, and Gulf Bowl features several bowling lanes and an arcade. There will be a Dance Off for the kids, as well as face painting.
If you can't attend the event, but you would like to help the animals at SouthBARK, or if you would like more information about the bachelor auction, please call Bianca Hagan at (478) 747-5338 or visit https://www.facebook.com/events/513176972094861/.
Gulf Bowl/Captain’s Choice Sports Bar & Grill
2881 S. Juniper St.
SouthBARK is a local non-profit dedicated to helping animals in local high kill shelters get to safety in loving homes throughout the country. Volunteers aim to rescue the animals that are at the highest risk of euthanasia by pulling them from the shelter, getting them the medical attention they need, and placing them into foster homes until they are adopted.
SouthBARK is run solely by volunteers out of their homes throughout northwest Florida and lower Alabama. The volunteers rely completely on donations. Foster parents work countless hours providing these animals with everything they need including food, shelter, socialization, transportation to vet appointments and adoption events until they find a loving forever home.
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