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Hawgs 'N Paws

Hawgs 'N Paws is a hamburger and hot dog cookout sponsored by Paws for Greatness, a unique program that pairs at-risk youth with homeless shelter dogs in a training program that is designed to benefit both.

It will be Saturday at Red River Harley Davidson on Hwy 287 in Wichita Falls.  The event will last from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

People will be able to enjoy great food and granitas as well as get to meet the current class of Paws for Greatness kids and their dogs at their graduation ceremony.  That will take place at noon. 

For more information on Paws for Greatness go to www.facebook.com or www.pawsforgreatness.org.

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