Rehoboth Breed Expo Donates to Community
The Rehoboth Breed Expo, held on Sunday, Aug. 5, recently made several donations to help support the people and animals of Rehoboth as well as the Friends of the Massachusetts DCR Park Rangers Mounted Unit, which has participated in the Breed Expo since the beginning.
The donations came from proceeds from this year’s fundraising event. Donna Spellman and Sherri Savoy presented the checks to various town boards and community organizations. The total proceeds donated were $2,300.
Donations were as follows: $200 to the Animal Shelter. Animal Control Officer Rob Johnson accepted for the shelter. $300 to the Food Pantry, accepting was Board President William Dalpe. $1,000 to The National Shrine Of Our Lady Of La Salette. Brother Ron accepted. The Breed Expo organizers thank Brother Ron and La Salette for performing the "Blessing of the Horses" and allowing the event to take place on their property. $200 was presented to the Senior Center and Council on Aging Director Linda Sherman accepted. $200 was given to the Veteran Services and $200 to the Rehoboth 375 committee, which Veterans Services Officer Jake Kramer accepted. $200 was also donated to the Friends of the Massachusetts DCR Park Rangers Mounted Unit.
They are starting to plan for next year’s Breed Expo which will be held on August 3rd and 4th. It will again be held at The National Shrine Of Our Lady of La Salette. For more information, visit the Rehoboth Breed Expo on Facebook.