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Kurth Memorial Animal Shelter invites you to Boots, Best Buddies, Barbecue

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KTRE Staff KTRE Staff
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LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) -

Your Friends at Kurth Memorial Animal Shelter are inviting you to reserve a table at the Boots, Best Buddies, Barbecue fundraiser. 

The event was created to raise money for the Kurth Adoption Center vetting fund. The vetting fund enables them to have veterinary help, and then they are able to find their "forever homes." The event will be held at the Pitser Garrison Convention Center and will feature live music by Lufkin's Glenn Lenderman. 

"It is going to be a good time had by all. We're going to have a chance to visit with our community, to spread awareness and to raise funds for Kurth Adoption Center which is the primary goal of what we're trying to achieve here. We'll have a good time doing it," said Molly James, the event's organizer.  

You can also look forward to BBQ sandwiches provided by Briggs' BBQ along with silent auctions. Ticket prices are $15 and may be purchased at the door or in advance.  

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