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Bark Park to host ‘Pup Pull’ fundraiser Dec. 17
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The Bryan County Bark Park will hold its second annual Pup Pull, a shooting event fundraiser, Dec. 7 at the 17 South Rod & Gun Club, 5899 N. Coastal Hwy, in Fleming.

The Bryan County Bark Park will host its second annual “Pup Pull” fundraising event Dec. 7 at the 17 South Rod & Gun Club, 5899 N. Coastal Highway, in Fleming.

This competitive sporting clays tournament will begin at 2 p.m. and the bar will open for dinner guests at 4 p.m. Dinner will follow at 5 p.m. and the night will conclude with raffle drawings. Prizes will be available for raffle winners and teams of four who compete in the clay shooting competition.

“Our second annual Pup Pull is going to be a blast, and we are looking forward to enjoying this day with our supporters,” said President Wendy Bolton. “This event has been a success in the past, and we’re grateful for the continued support of our community.”

The nonprofit organization is looking for teams and sponsors for the shooting competition at the 17 South Rod & Gun Club, which is owned by Bark Park board member and Richmond Hill-based veterinarian Kyle Christianson.

The event provides various sponsorship levels and team registration opportunities ranging from $150 to $1,200. The cost to enter a four-person team is $600, or individual tickets are available for $150 for people who would like to be placed on a team.

A dinner-only ticket option is available for $50 per person and includes one dinner, two beer/wine drink tickets and dessert.

To purchase tickets for any of the options listed above, visit For more information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Wendy Bolton at 912-657-1221 or email

The mission of the Bryan County Bark Park is to provide a dog park for the community that is safe for families and where well-behaved dogs can be let off their leashes to run free.

Proceeds raised from the event will go toward helping the nonprofit maintain and continue to improve the park ensuring a clean environment for all responsible dog owners in the community.

For more information about the Bryan County Bark Park, visit

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