Bridge luncheon raises money for spay/neutering
Posted by : August 24, 2014| On :
Special to The Monitor
KEMP–Bridge team players Gail Belton and Marianna Ziegler were the first place winning team at the 36th Friends of the Animals Low-Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic at Cedar Creek Lake Bridge Luncheon fundraiser at the Cedar Creek Country Club Aug. 14.
The luncheon netted $1,300 for the clinic.
The players had coffee and doughnuts upon arrival, then were served lunch prepared by the club’s chef and cupcakes, courtesy of Dot Irwin for dessert.
The first 18 winning teams choose from many prizes and for any slam bid and made, the team received a prize.
Tournament volunteers and organizers were Joy Simmons, Kitty Whitted, Sandy Ward, Barbara Austin, Cathy English and Tenny Roche.
Friends of the Animals at Cedar Creek Lake Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic is a non-profit organization that has spayed or neutered more than 31,000 animals since it began 12 years ago.
They help low-income families be responsible pet owners by offering low-cost spay/neuter surgery and vaccinations.
For information, to make an appointment or volunteer, call (903) 887-7387.
Tax deductible donations may be mailed to P.O. Box 5455, Mabank 75147.