Wines & Canines Run/Walk for Homeless Pets Raises $25,000

Steven and Pamela Green with Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard owners Steve and Sharon Levine.
Steven and Pamela Green with Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard owners Steve and Sharon Levine. Photo credit: Courtesy Kent Animal Shelter

The 2015 Wines & Canines Run/Walk for Homeless Pets at the Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard on Saturday, September 20, drew a large crowd of people and pets and raised $15,000 for the Kent Animal Shelter. The funds will be used to help provide medical care to rescue animals.

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“It’s been a year of hard work getting approvals to build a new facility and helping so many pets in need. We all needed a fun day out with our wonderful supporters,” said Pamela Green, the executive director of the Kent Animal Shelter. “The Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard was a fabulous setting for the event because of its beauty, great food, delicious vintages, live afternoon band and convenient location.”

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