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Animal Rescue Kompany hosts sixth annual “Night to Save Animals” at Ponte Winery

Friday, February 21st, 2014
Issue 08, Volume 18.

TEMECULA – Animal Rescue Kompany (A.R.K.) invites Valley residents to attend its sixth annual Night to Save Animals fundraising event on Saturday, March 8 at the beautiful Ponte Winery, located in Temecula’s Wine Country. The evening starts at 5 p.m. and each $79 ticket includes dinner, raffles, live auctions, silent auctions, and entertainment.

The event is hosted by legendary DJ Richard Blade, famous for his nearly two-decade career with KROQ and now heard daily on Sirius XM’s "1st Advertisement
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Wave" and JACK FM’s "Flashback Lunch" programs. This is a cause close to his heart, as Blade is a fellow animal lover and the proud owner of three rescue dogs and two rescue kittens.

Proceeds from this event will help facilitate adoptions of healthy and treatable pets, recruit additional fosters to help save more animals from high-kill shelters, and to educate the community about non-profit A.R.K.’s


Tickets are available now at or (909) 896-2852.



Comment Profile ImageMahfujul Uzzal
Comment #1 | Wednesday, Apr 23, 2014 at 12:49 am
If you love animals, then please help the Lawrence Anthony Earth Organization provide the necessary food and medical supplies to the over 10,000 animals they are working to rescue that are in dire straits right now because of the turmoil in Ukraine. Zoo funding was cut off over night by the Ukrainian government, abandoning these unfortunate animals to starve. LAEO is the only organization that immediately stepped up and has been working tirelessly to ensure these animals survive. In just the past three weeks they started raising money for this and have already delivered over 13 tons of food. But they are just staying ahead of the crisis by a few days. They need to get four months worth of food secured so they can then start working with the zoo officials to implement new ways of funding so the zoos don’t end up in this situation again. You can help them by donating at:

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