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Lights of Love to raise funds for Humane Society

Lights of Love will be held this Friday evening, May 12, from dusk until 9:30 p.m. around the Salisbury City Lake.
This annual luminaria display is a fundraiser for The Humane Society of Rowan County and is in its 18th year of presentation.  Luminaria in memory or in honor of loved ones, both human and other animals, may be purchased at $3 per luminary by calling 704-636-5700 or by emailing the organization at humanesocietyofrowancounty@windstream.net by Thursday, May 11.  Rain date for the event is Saturday, May 13.
The Humane Society of Rowan County is a non-profit, volunteer organization not funded by government or any other animal welfare organization.  Services of The HSRC include the care and rehabilitation of sick or injured stray and abandoned animals, reduced cost spay/neuter clinics with two local veterinarians and a pet food bank for pet owners in financial crisis.

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