Trains for Danes
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Contact: Rebecca Watson H (732) 549-8828 Date: April 27, 2004
C (723) 672-2386 For Immediate Release
Trains for Danes - Saturday, June 5
All Aboard for Family Fun to Benefit Homeless Great Danes
Jackson, NJ: Come join the fun on Saturday, June 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 310 S. Hope Chapel Road, Jackson, NJ for Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue's annual "Trains for Danes." Admission is free! Please leave your four legged family members at home. This is a people only event.
Combining the age-old pastime of train enthusiasts with the love and adoration of the largest K-9 breed the Great Dane and you've got the "Trains for Danes" Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League's annual fundraising event in Jackson, New Jersey.
This fundraiser will benefit MAGDRL's orphaned Danes and will have fun and activities for the whole family!
Families can enjoy train rides on a miniature train! Visit www.ironacresrailroad.homestead.com to see the actual train! Craft vendors of all varieties will also be there along with a chance to win great prizes in the sweepstakes and tricky-tray. Have your fun before the event begins! No need to be present to win. Purchase tickets for the TOP raffle items online at www.magdrl-nj.com/T4D.html.
Nester the clown will be entertaining the crowds and there will be food and treats for the whole family. Star K-9 athletes will perform a dog agility demonstration throughout the day's events. The Whitesville Fire Department will have their fire engine on display while distributing fire safety materials.
For Directions or more information, visit MAGDRL's website: www.magdrl-nj.com/T4D.html For more information, please call: (732) 549-8828 or (732) 364-0795.
MAGDRL is committed to helping abandoned, neglected and/or abused Danes find forever homes. With over 350 volunteers and serving seven states of the Mid-Atlantic region (NY, NJ, PA, MD, DE, VA, DC, WV, NC, and SC ), they provide the means to spay/neuter, necessary medical treatment and train/socialize the Danes in their care to ensure adaptability in their new homes.
One of the most common reasons for surrendering a Great Dane is its size. Owners often claim that they didn't realize how big the puppy would get when full-grown. At any given time, we have between 70-90 Danes available.
Their volunteers also educate the public and potential owners about caring for this wonderful breed through various community efforts. They are a DC corporation and has a charitable tax-exemption under code 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. MAGDRL is staffed completely by volunteers. Therefore, 100% of the funds donated goes to helping MAGDRL's Great Danes.
For more information about adoption, donations or volunteering, visit the MAGDRL's New Jersey Chapter's website at: www.magdrl-nj.com/index.html.
For Directions or more information about Trains for Danes on June 5, visit www.magdrl-nj.com/T4D.html or call: (732) 549-8828 or (732) 364-0795.