American Animal Rescue Society Fundraiser and Charity Wine Tasting with Rare Meet the Winemaker Event benefiting abused, abandoned and neglected animals
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (CDT)
Please join Vino 100 Chicago and the House of Mutt Lynch Winery on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 for a very special Fundraiser and Charity Wine Tasting of fine California wines and a rare Meet and Greet the Winemaker Event to benefit American Animal Rescue Society, an all-volunteer, foster based animal rescue organization caring for abused, neglected and abandoned animals, many of whom needlessly die simply because of overcrowding in high-kill animal control shelters.
AARS, Vino 100 Chicago and Mutt Lynch Winery have partnered together because of a common cause - a love of dogs :)
If you love dogs, if you love wine or if you just need a night out, come join us.
Tickets are on sale now, but space is limited so buy your tickets now before they are sold out!
Cannot make it, but want to donate? Visit www.AARSociety.org and click DONATE.
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DONATE A NEW DOG OR CAT TOY OR HIGH-QUALITY BAG OF DRY CAT OR DOG FOOD AND RECEIVE A FREE RAFFLE TICKET FOR A CHANCE TO WIN ONE OF MANY GREAT PRIZES!
Donations at the door and on-line are always welcome!
Extras: Free parking in lot, Meet and Greet Mutt Lynch winemaker all the way from California, complimentary appetizers, raffle prizes and original animal-made art auction. All art is "paw-made" by AARS rescue animals. Proceeds benefit the animals of American Animal Rescue Society. AARS is an Illinois not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Arrive ANYTIME between 6:30 p.m and 8:30 p.m. to taste fine California wines offered by Brenda of Mutt Lynch Winery and Vino 100 Chicago. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for this special event, but the fun will continue throughout the night. Buy your tickets NOW.
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American Animal Rescue Society
American Animal Rescue Society is a 501c3 Not-For-Profit Animal Rescue Organization whose mission is to rescue and place unwanted, abandoned, and stray animals into loving, responsible homes. AARS rehabilitates abused or injured animals, encourages spaying and neutering to help with the overpopulation issue and promotes the humane treatment of all animals.
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