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BARK at The BOB – Benefit Dinner & Auction

bark-at-the-bob-2013We are thrilled to announce the 4th annual BARK at The BOB, Benefit Dinner and Auction, is scheduled for Thursday, April 18 at 6pm. Please join us on the 3rd floor of The BOB. You’ll enjoy an evening of wonderful cuisine, live music and mingling with local artists and celebrities. BARK at The BOB is one of Mackenzie’s largest fundraisers and we look for support from animal lovers like you to help make this event a huge success!

Thursday, April 18th
Doors Open at 6:00 PM
Auction Starts at 7:30 PM

The Big Old Building (BOB)
20 Monroe Avenue NW
Downtown Grand Rapids

Hosted by: Emily Richett and Todd Chance

All proceeds benefit Mackenzie’s mission to find homes for abused, abandoned and neglected dogs.

NOTE: Tickets purchased online will not be mailed to you. Your name will be added to a list of paid reservations at the event check-in table.

Table Sponsor

Includes admission for 10 guests with 2 complimentary beverage tickets each, reserved seating and dinner. You will receive special recognition at the event and your company/family name will appear in the event program.

Note: Online sponsorships are available through Monday, April 1st.

Individual Ticket Purchase

Includes admission, a complimentary beverage ticket and dinner for one.

Note: Online ticket sales are available through Tuesday, April 16. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.


If you are unable to attend the Bark at The BOB benefit dinner, but would like to support Mackenzie’s Foundation, we appreciate your donation! Your contribution grants your name and recognition in the event program.

All monetary contributions to Mackenzie’s Foundation are tax-deductible. Mackenzie’s Animal Sanctuary is the largest no-kill dog sanctuary in the Midwest. The Mackenzie’s Foundation funds the Sanctuary’s ongoing efforts to find loving homes for abused, abandoned and neglected dogs; spay and neuter dogs to stop the cycle of unwanted litters; assist in public education for the betterment of our local animal community; and maintain the highest standards of care for the animals, including veterinary care.