Friday, June 27, 2008

Little Rock, Here We Are!

Luke and The Boys are in Little Rock for two events this Saturday, June 28th, that promise to be lots of fun. Both events are in North Little Rock, back-to-back, which should keep the Boys busy for sure. And our own Malea, acting Director of 2 Dogs 2000 Miles (don’t let her kid you – this is no acting gig), is going to be with The Boys as well, so you’ll have a chance to meet her.

Saturday’s first event is scheduled to start at 9:30 AM and run until 12:30 PM and will be at the PetCo on 4221 East McCain Boulevard. Bring your dogs, bring your kids, bring your Great Aunt Bessie from Duluth! Everyone is welcome! Among other things, there’s to be a ceremonial walk with Luke and the Boys, which will afford folks the opportunity to walk with them and get pictures taken. How cool is that! Then Luke is scheduled to give a talk and answer questions from the audience. And I’m sure Hudson and Murphy will be happy to have attention lavished on them as well. PLUS – don’t forget, there will be a silent auction benefiting 2 Dogs 2000 Miles and local Little Rock shelters as well. I distinctly remember Kathy mentioning something about jewelry – a necklace – as one of the items to bid on. A perfect gift for someone, or a great gift for yourself, perhaps? And think of the great cause your bids will benefit.

Then, down the road a piece will be their next event at the PetSmart (do you see a pattern here?), located at 3480 Landers Road. They’ll be there from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM. They’ll be appearing with the BoxAR Rescue group ( who will be taking 4th of July pictures with folks and their dogs, so don’t miss the action there. Luke and the Boys will be happy to have their photos taken with your pups (and, of course, your Great Aunt Bessie and anyone else you bring along).

Remember, along with all the fun, our most important goal is to spread the word about the fight against canine cancer. So come on out to the Little Rock events Saturday, meet Luke and the Boys, hear Luke talk about the 2 Dogs mission and learn how you can help spread the word about canine cancer research.

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