A good time for dogs, and a chance to fight cancer at Habersham


Come out to Habersham for a dog costumes, competition, and a non-competitive walk event for dogs and their owners to raise funds for the American Cancer Society this Saturday, October 20.

Registration for the "Bark for Life" begins at 9 a.m. and the event runs from 10 to 4 p.m., with a survivor lap at 11 a.m.

Individual walkers and teams may register online in advance at relayforlife.org/barkbeaufortsc

The "Bark for Life" event will also feature a canine costume contest, agility shows, and a survivor lap for both canines and their companions who are in remission.

Here are more details about the event:

This family friendly event will include activities like bouncy houses, live music, face painting and more. Participants in "Bark for Life" help the American Cancer Society save lives, helping them move closer to a world with less cancer and more birthdays.

"Beaufort is such a dog-friendly community," said Charlie Holley, American Cancer Society's Relay for Life Chair. "It's time a Bark for Life was held here and we've no doubt that this community will step forward, support this event and make an impact for the society with their best friends at their sides."

Bark for Life is sponsored by Annie B's Bed and Biscuit, Beaufort Dog, DragonBoat Beaufort and Lucky Dog.
For more information, visit relayforlife.org/barkbeaufortsc or contact Charlie Holley at (843) 592-0752 or carson_dental@aol.com.