The Dog House Day of Giving

Wed May 15 17:22:11 PDT 2019

The Dog House Day of Giving

The Dog House Day of Giving is an event that give 100 percent of it's proceeds to the Children's Miracle Network. It will take place on May 16th at 327 E. Arlington blvd.

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