Dinner, hunks to highlight Sage Foundation fundraiser

January 18, 2013 • Local News

Sage the Search and Rescue Dog leads the parade held in her honor as she rides in the side-car of Patriot Guard co-capitan Mike Murphy’s motorcycle, Feb. 26, 2011. (Mark Wilson Photo)

The Sage Foundation for Dogs Who Serve will hold a fundraising dinner and bachelor auction on Jan. 26 at the Elks Club, 1720 N. Montana Ave. The event will begin at 6 p.m. and includes some pretty tasty treats both on the menu and off. Tickets cost $25, half of which will go to fund the Safe Foundation that provides funds for medical treatment for America’s service dogs.

The dinner offers a choice of Santa Fe chicken or ribeye steak, along with pasta/shrimp salad. The Elks will have a cash bar open for anyone who requires liquid courage to bid on some of Roswell’s most eligible bachelors.

The meat-and-potatoes of the event will begin 8 p.m., when Roswell and Chaves County women will have the opportunity to bid on some other yummy selections, the bachelors, such as: Dr. Vijay, Chechani, pulmonologist, and Dr. Travis Bond, hospitalist, from Login to read more

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