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Local Animal Rescue Schedules Tricky Tray Auction, Sunday, April 6 at The Westwood

Mary Roland

Wednesday, March 26, 2014 • 10:53am

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – Summit Animal Rescue Association today announced the organization’s 6th Annual Tricky Tray Auction and Brunch on Sunday April 6. The purpose of this event is to generate awareness about Summit Animal Rescue Association and to raise funds to help continue their mission.

The event will be from 11 a.m. to  3 p.m. at The Westwood in Garwood, NJ, and is open to the general public. The cost is $50 per person and includes a brunch buffet  with omelet station, coffee, tea, juice, soda and dessert. (Cash bar is available.)

Each attendee also receives five tricky tray auction tickets and a door prize ticket. The auction will have over 75 gift baskets, including the following: 

  • Beach Basket
  • Holiday Baskets
  • Cat Basket
  • Dog Basket
  • Baby Baskets
  • Movie Basket
  • Italian Night Basket
  • Chocoholic Basket
  • Bakers Basket
  • Picnic Basket/Grilling Basket
  • Cat Condo
  • Family Movie Night Basket

Additional auction tickets can be purchased at the event. There will also be a cash 50-50 drawing and door prizes. 

As this event has sold out in previous years, tickets will be sold on a first-come-first-served based.

To purchase tickets online go to www.sararescue.petfinder.com. To purchase tickets by mail or in-person, or for more information, contact Mary Roland at (732)236-9305 or mjeroland@gmail.com.

About Summit Animal Rescue Association

Summit Animal Rescue Association, Inc (SARA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization headquartered in Berkeley Heights NJ, with divisions in Garwood, Gillette and Old Bridge. Their mission is to rescue cats, dogs, or any animal in need, give them medical attention, rehabilitate them, and provide a temporary, loving environment until permanent homes are found.  Adoptions are held weekly at Petco in Watchung and Old Bridge as well as Pet Valu in Garwood and Gillette.  In addition, SARA assists NJ residents with low-cost resources to spay and neuter feral cats in order to reduce the number of unwanted kittens in shelters. SARA has a proven track record for saving lives. Through tireless efforts they have found homes for over 5,000 animals since they began over 10 years ago.  SARA’s entire staff is made up of volunteers, working in tandem with veterinarians who assist with discounted rates.  They spend no money on advertising, so 100% of all donations and funds raised go directly to the care and feeding of the animals saved. More information about SARA can be found on the organization’s website at www.sararescue.petfinder.com.

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