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Business & Charitable Events Calendar

17th annual Lollypop Farm Telethon

3/2/2013

Organization: Lollypop Farm

Telethon 2013-Tails of Hope to Benefit Lollypop Farm: Tune in to the 17th annual Lollypop Farm Telethon, the largest fund-raising event for homeless and abused animals in our community. This animal extravaganza will be broadcast live from Eastview Mall on 13 WHAM-TV, Rochester's CW and 13wham.com from 3 to 9 p.m. You'll see inspirational Tails of Hope, stories of pets that overcame the odds and found hope in the halls of Lollypop Farm, learn about the meaningful programs that help people and pets in our community, and meet lovable and adoptable animals. All funds raised help Lollypop Farm care for homeless and abused pets and continue to bring valuable services like humane education, cruelty investigations and much more to Greater Rochester. Learn more and lend your support at www.lollypop.org/telethon2013.

 

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