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June 29, 2011

Citizens for Pets in Condos Fundraiser- emphasis on FUN!

And yes, I've had the honor of being asked to be the ''celebrity'' bartender (and occupation I acutally had in the '70s). 

I'll be serving drinks JULY 20, 6:30 PM, Trattoria Bella Cibo, 5801 Margate Blvd, Margate (west off of SR 7/ 441). 954 969-1100.

A $10 ticket entry fee gives you a discounted rate of $11 on their sunset dinner menu (includes medium pizza), which includes salad, bread, dinner entree, dessert, and a non-alcoholic beverage. Also 2-for-1 drinks.

Delicious Italian Food. Large Portions. Be prepared to take home leftovers. Options available for veg-ns.
Dog people can bring their leashed, well-behaved best friend and sit in the large canopied outside seating.

Raffle prizes. Goody bags, including chocolate pops from Animals 101. Pet costume contest. Pet bingo. Lots of fun in store.

*Citizens FOR Pets in Condos http://www.petsincondos.org is a non-profit public advocacy and educational organization dedicated to increasing acceptance of companion animals in condos and other health benefits of having animal companions and also advocate for responsible pet ownership/guardianship. Our motto: “creating a win-win situation for both people & pets.”



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The fundraiser held on the 20th was so delightful and met many warm and loving people and of course those adorable dogs so well behaved.
We all bonded because we love animals and appreciate their unconditional love and support.
They are our life savers. Being lonely is a horrible feeling and causes depression so having an animal is better than medication and psychiatrists besides saving peoples lives.

Ellen Moltz
Citizens for Pets in Condos

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