Trivia Night big success

  • Wednesday, March 12, 2014 3:44pm
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Homer Animal Friends’ first ever Trivia Night/Silent Auction is now history. Fourteen teams competed in five categories of questions. The attendees seemed to really enjoy themselves based off the groans and cheers as answers were read.  

The enthusiasm, teamwork and camaraderie were inspiring. Thank you to all of the attendees for making this event such an enjoyable evening. HAF’s Trivia Night/Silent Auction would not have been possible without the countless volunteers and all the generous donations from local businesses and restaurants. Thank you so much, and we look forward to the next Trivia Night. 

Lynn Kee

Homer Animal Friends

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