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Summit Animal Rescue 9th Annual Tricky Tray Brunch June 11


Summit Animal Rescue Association today announced the organization’s 9th Annual Tricky Tray Brunch.  The purpose of this event is to generate awareness about Summit Animal Rescue Association and to help raise funds to help us continue our rescue efforts/

The event is scheduled for June 11 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.  It will be held at the Westwood 438 North Ave, Garwood, NJ.

Attractions at the Event include but are not limited to

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  • Over 125 baskets with high level prizes
  • 50/50
  • Brunch included with entry
  • Door Prizes                                                                          

Great baskets from Disney Park Hoppers, 2 night world wide stay at Hampton Inn, Spa Baskets, Gift Certificates, Jewelry, Power Washer and more!!!                                                                                  

In order to place your reservation for this exciting event, please visit our Tricky Tray Webpage.                    

Summit Animal Rescue Association, Inc (SARA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization located in Berkeley Heights NJ. Their mission is to rescue cats, dogs, or any animal in need, give them medical attention, rehabilitate them, and provide a temporary, loving environment until permanent homes are found.  Adoptions are held weekly at Petco in Watchung and Old Bridge. Pet Valu in Garwood and Gillette on Saturdays.  In addition, SARA assists NJ residents with low-cost resources to spay and neuter feral cats in order to reduce the number of unwanted kittens in shelters. SARA has a proven track record for saving lives. Through tireless efforts they have found homes for over 6,000 animals since they began over 13 years ago.  SARA’s entire staff is made up of volunteers, working in tandem with veterinarians who assist with discounted rates.  100% of all donations raised go directly to the care and feeding of the animals saved. More information about SARA can be found on the organization’s website at

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