Animal Shelter Getting Back on its Paws with Upcoming Fundraiser

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/19 12:20 am
After a fire destroyed the Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter nearly two months ago, shelter officials said they're checking out a number of sites to build their new home.

To help fund the project, community supporters are hosting an event called "Twilight Bark," based on the animated classic "101 Dalmations."

The fundraiser will be held at the Corbin Technology Center on Saturday, February 8 at 6 pm.

A catered dinner will be included, along with live music by Blossom Ridge and a silent and live auction.

All proceeds will be completely tax deductible.
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