‘Fur and Purr Benefit’ supports no-kill shelter

The father and son team of Greg and Ben Kinne of Kinne Design Studio have donated one of their spectacular acid etched concrete panels, “Big Horn,” for the live auction at the "Fur and Purr Benefit" on Oct. 24, 2015 | Photo courtesy of INKAS, St. George News
The father and son team of Greg and Ben Kinne of Kinne Design Studio have donated one of their spectacular acid etched concrete panels, “Big Horn,” for the live auction at the “Fur and Purr Benefit” on Oct. 24, 2015 | Photo courtesy of INKAS, St. George News

ST. GEORGE — Ivins No Kill Animal Supporters’ “Fur and Purr Benefit” will be held Saturday evening with food, live music and more for the public to both enjoy and join in helping the local animal shelter.

The benefit will run from 6-9 p.m. at the Entrada Country Club, 2537 W. Entrada Trail, St. George.

Guests will enjoy an evening of catered food and live music by singer/songwriter Josh Larsen. There will be both a live auction with Police Chief Bob Flowers as auctioneer and a silent auction with jewelry, arts and crafts from local artists.

This enchanted evening will be emceed by Rick Hughes. Come support the Ivins Animal Shelter and their no-kill mission. Fur and Purr is INKAS’ largest fundraiser of the year. Proceeds raised benefit the homeless animals in both Ivins and Santa Clara.

Advance tickets are $45 per person, $50 at the door. Tickets are available online or by calling Ruth at 435-669-1670. Seating is limited so don’t delay.

Event details

  • What: INKAS’ Fur and Purr Benefit | See website for more previews of auction items
  • When: Saturday, Oct. 24, 6-9 p.m.
  • Where: Entrada Country Club, 2537 W. Entrada Trail, St. George

"Fur and Purr Benefit" flyer courtesy of INKAS, St. George News

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