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Hard Times Four Mile Fork Presents ‘Animal House’ with Tailgate Down Benefiting The Fredericksburg Regional SPCA on Sat. Nov. 8th at 9:30 p.m.

(FREDERICKSBURG, VA)- Hard Times Four Mile Fork will be hosting, ‘Animal House’ benefiting The Fredericksburg Regional SPCA on Sat. Nov. 8th. Tailgate Down, a high energy country rock band from Southeast Virginia will be performing for the event at 9:30 p.m. There will be a door donation amount starting at $7 and all proceeds will go directly to The Fredericksburg Regional SPCA.

The Fredericksburg Regional SPCA is a non-profit, No-Kill humane organization dedicated to the principle that every life is unique and worthy of protection. As a local leader in humane care and education, the Fredericksburg SPCA’s mission is to tackle the problem of pet overpopulation through education, adoption, rehabilitation and spay/neuter.

The organization saves the lives of many homeless animals each year and cares for approximately 400 cats and dogs daily. The Fredericksburg SPCA is not affiliated with any other animal welfare organization, they are a independent No-Kill shelter that must raise 100% of our annual budget. For more information visit,

Tailgate Down is a high energy rock band from Southeast Virginia and have been performing for ten years. The band continues to build a strong fan base with over 3,000 Facebook followers. They have developed a strong following from Chesapeake through Richmond, Virginia and are known for performing their original music.

Supporting many of the National Acts that come through the region, they continue to receive positive feedback for their live performance. With four of the five members being singers, the band is capable of performing four part harmonies and they strive to be vocally sound. For more information visit,


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Pouches' Community Corner

This month Pouches learned about a very important resource for families who have lost loved ones to sudden tragedy, an organization called LLOST.

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The foundation has helped 44 hospitals in 22 states through their Treasured Memories program. The program sends nurses to bereavement training, and provides or supplements the $55 memory boxes that include clothes, booties, handknot blankets, pictures, foot prints, hand prints, clipped hair and other mementos.