Saturday 26 May 2018

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Online Auction Assists Local Animal Shelter

Riddle & Brantley and Wayne County Animal Advocates of NC have teamed up to help build a fence and agility course at the Wayne County Animal Shelter in Goldsboro. This project will provide an area for the animals to exercise and play safely while they wait for new homes.

All auction proceeds will go directly to Wayne County Animal Advocates to build the area and purchase agility equipment.

The auction has already raised nearly $2,000 so far and hoping to raise $3,000 total.

Visit https://www.32auctions.com/WayneCoNCAnimalShelter to view all auction items.

The auction ends on April 30th.

Riddle & Brantley, LLP is a North Carolina personal injury law firm with a focus on providing experienced legal representation for people who are injured in accidents and for families that lost a loved one due to another’s negligence. Equally important to our law firm is our service to the local community. Our staff participate in several community events each year from providing food and clothes to local homeless shelters to helping our local animal advocacy groups.

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