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Let Your Golf Game Go to the Dogs

Sign-up for the Dusty Paws Rescue Golf Tournament fundraiser and have a howling good time

Let Your Golf Game Go to the Dogs


Dusty Paws Pet Rescue Golf Tournament Fundraiser will be held June 10 at the , 17007 Redwood Road, Castro Valley and golfers can enter now to play.

The event entry fee is $150 and includes green fees, cart and a catered lunch. Those who enter prior to May 1 will also receive a free polo shirt.

Registration the day of the tournament is at 7:30 a.m. with a shot-gun start at 8 a.m. The tournament will be played in scramble with 4-person teams. Rules will be passed out on the day of the tournament. In the event the tournament must be cancelled due to weather, a full refund will be provided to players.

For more information about the tournament, call Dusty Paws Rescue at 510-886-8925 or e-mail dustypawsrescue@aol.com .

You can complete an on-line registration or print and mail a registration form. Registration information can be found here.

Dusty Paws Rescue Inc. is a non-profit, all volunteer organization whose purpose is to save abandoned, neglected, and abused animals by placing them into permanent, safe, stable and caring new homes. It is a home-based volunteer group. Rather than maintaining a permanent housing facility, Dusty Paws keeps rescued animals in foster care where they can experience a positive home environment. Their behaviors are analyzed and any socialization or training issues are addressed to prepare them for successful re-homing so that they won't be abandoned or neglected again.  

The group holds pet adoption days in the area. You can read more about the organization here.


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