LOCAL WINERY HOSTS “LABOR DAY DOLLAR DOGS” TO BENEFIT RESCUE OF PETS LOST IN HURRICANE HARVEY

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By Miriam Raftery

August 30, 2017 (Warner Springs) – Wings of Rescue is working to fly out pets stranded or lost from areas flooded by Hurricane Harvey.  On Monday from 12 noon to 4 p.m., Hawk Watch Winery in Warner Springs is hosted a benefit for Wings of Rescue’s hurricane relief efforts.

You’re invited to stop by for one dollar hotdogs with all the fixings. In addition, Windshadows Hacienda will be on site, hand-roasting chilis.  You can also savor wines in the tasting room, enjoy live music by Tim Cash and Harvey Freedman from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and enjoy the view, peace and serenity of this hilltop mountain setting.

Hawk Watch Winery is located in Warner Springs, in the mountains of San Diego’s East County midway between Santa Ysabel and Temecula.

No RSVP is needed and all are welcome. For more information visit www.HawkWatchWinery.com.  


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