Rags to Riches Animal Rescue

Love scavenger hunts? Love rescue dogs? Then you need to check out the Rags to Riches Animal Rescue Scavenger Hunt taking place this Saturday November 21st at Centennial Park in Nashville.

The scavenger hunt is from 10a-1pm. The cost is $20 per person or $60 for teams of 4 and there will be prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishers. The hunt will take place within a 5 mile radius of Centennial Park.

Participants are asked to meet on the east side of the park. A tent will be set up.

About Rags to Riches
Rags to Riches Animal Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit organization, dedicated to finding forever homes for rescued dogs. Rags to Riches is a no-kill shelter.

Their adoptable dogs come from many different walks of life. A majority are pulled from high-kill shelters, while others are strays pulled off the streets or an owner surrenders them. Each of their dogs are fully vetted, which means they are up to date on all shots, their rabies vaccination, heart worm preventative, spay or neuter, and are also on K9 Advantix (flea and tick medication). All of the dogs are fostered in a home environment and not in a shelter so they get the love and attention they deserve. 

Visit Rags to Riches on Facebook or at ragstorichesanimalrescue.org.

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