Golf tournament benefits AnimalWorks and ARFNets

Local golfers are invited to play in the fourth annual AnimalWorks/ARFNets Golf Tournament, Saturday, June 14, at Royal Oaks Golf Course in Maryville. The tournament is a fund-raiser for AnimalWorks and ARFNets, a pair of Blount County-based pet adoption and spay/neuter organizations.

A continental breakfast will be provided during check-in. Refreshments will be available during play, and a cookout lunch will follow.

Prizes will be awarded to winning teams and top players.

The registration fee is $80 per player or $320 per four-player team. The registration fee is tax-deductible, and all proceeds will benefit AnimalWorks and ARFNets.

The tournament is supported in part by a generous financial gift from Bluegrass Animal Hospital. Sponsorship opportunities are available, and donations are always welcome.

To register or for sponsorship information, call 865-560-8864.

AnimalWorks operates a low-cost spay/neuter clinic at 3377 Regal Drive behind West Chevrolet off Alcoa Highway. The mission of AnimalWorks is to reduce the homeless pet population in our community. For more information about AnimalWorks call 865-379-2227 or www.animalworkstn.org.

Animal Rescue and Fostering Networks (ARFNets) is a rescue organization based in Maryville. The organization is made up of volunteers and fosters in the Blount County and surrounding areas of the East Tennessee Valley whose goal is to find loving, permanent homes for abandoned or rescued pets of all kinds. For more information about ARFNets visit www.arfnets.org.

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