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Tails and Trails raises funds and awareness

No, it wasn’t a rehearsal to enter Noah’s Ark, although dogs and their walkers did tend to arrive two-by-two at Los Jilgueros Preserve on Saturday, March 14, for the Fallbrook Land Conservancy’s annual Tails and Trails Dog Walk. What a wonderful gathering of some 100 dog lovers and their canine companions of nearly every breed imaginable.

The event raised more than $2,300 for the Los Jilgueros Preserve Fund, but Fallbrook Land Conservancy’s Friends of Los Jilgueros committee needs the continuing support of everyone who enjoys walking in this lovely open space area to help take care of it.

Special thanks go to Coldwell Banker Landmark Group for their continuing sponsorship of the event; to sponsors Lovin’ Friends, Country Kennels and Joan Zimmerman; and to “courtesy ambassadors” Kathy Ford of Roadrunner Errands and Jim Massman.

Connie Freese

Fallbrook Land Conservancy

 

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