Reads for Breeds benefits animal shelter, library

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

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Photo by Susan Holland Antonio Ramirez, a driver for Kona Ice of Bentonville, brought his truck to the Reads for Breeds benefit Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Gravette dog park. He sold snow cones and hot chocolate in a variety of flavors with part of the profits going to the Bella Vista Animal Shelter. He also provided Kanine Kona, shaved ice for the dogs offered for adoption at the event. Books were collected for Gravette Public Library and a face painting booth was a part of the activities.

Photo by Susan Holland Antonio Ramirez, a driver for Kona Ice of Bentonville, brought his truck to the Reads for Breeds benefit Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Gravette dog park. He sold snow cones and hot chocolate in a variety of flavors with part of the profits going to the Bella Vista Animal Shelter. He also provided Kanine Kona, shaved ice for the dogs offered for adoption at the event. Books were collected for Gravette Public Library and a face painting booth was a part of the activities.

A Reads for Breeds event, hosted by the Gravette Gamers EAST group, was held Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Gravette dog park across from Old Town Park. The event was a benefit for the Bella Vista Animal Shelter and the Gravette Public Library. A booth was set up for face painting and most were getting their faces painted as dogs or cats.


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