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A capacity crowd gathered at Copper Ridge Event Venue to support Beesley Animal Foundation at their 13th annual Paws & Pearls. The evening began with Whine Time while enjoying a generous charcuterie table, followed by a buffet dinner. Opening remarks were made by Travis Swann, Board President and Dawn Roberts, Executive Director. Following a lively auction, guests were entertained by Larry and Gay Pinkerton and Friends.

Proceeds from this event benefit the programs of the Beesley Animal Foundation which focus on providing responsible pet care through community awareness, education and affordable health services for cats and dogs and reducing pet overpopulation. 

Mark your calendar for the 14th annual Paws & Pearls on April 25, 2025 at Copper Ridge. They will celebrate the 45th anniversary of Beesley Animal Foundation in Rutherford County. For more information, visit


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