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Faithful Friends holiday bazaar Saturday

Faithful Friends Animal Sanctuary will hold its annual Holiday Bazaar and Holiday Raffle Saturday at the F&M Trolley Barn from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. The event is sponsored by F&M Bank, Southern Community Bank, and Reid and Tina Acree.
Admission to the Holiday Bazaar is $1 for adults, and children enter free.
Door prizes will be given away every 15 to 30 minutes. More than 30 vendors will be featured at the Holiday Bazaar with arts, crafts, and homemade goodies to complete your holiday shopping. There will also be pet-related vendors with great items for your furry, faithful friends.
Volunteers will be selling raffle tickets throughout the event. Raffle tickets sales will benefit the Faithful Friends Animal Sanctuary located on Grace Church Road in Salisbury and can be purchased throughout the bazaar. Raffle tickets are $2 each or a booklet of 10 for $15. The drawing will be held at 5 p.m. at the Holiday Bazaar. First prize is a $600 holiday shopping spree in Rowan County stores and businesses including:
Animal Care Center of Salisbury, Doggie Dooís & Cats Grooming, Farmhouse Restaurant, Grayshores Trading, Salisbury Therapeutic Massage, Caniche, Critters, Salisbury Emporium, Peanut Doodles, Artistic Images Salon, Southern Spirits, Just the Thing, Stitchin Post, Harris Teeter, Fayeís on Main, and many more. Second prize is dinner for four at the Farmhouse Restaurant.
Faithful Friends Animal Sanctuary (FFAS) is an animal rescue group formed for the sole purpose of starting an animal sanctuary in Rowan County.
FFASís vision is to have a safe place for abused and abandoned dogs and cats, while providing health care, spaying/neutering, protection, warmth, care, and love while awaiting adoption. For more information about
Faithful Friends, visit their website at www.FaithfulFriendsNC.org .

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