Dinner at Dusk Event Supports Tri-County Animal Rescue

The organization has rescued over 90,000 distressed animals.

Attendees of the “Dinner at Dusk,” a benefit for Tri-County Animal Rescue, are in for a treat as they’ll experience the enchanting ambiance of an evening under the stars. The event at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 17 will take place at the Trump International Golf Club located in West Palm Beach. Guests can bring their dogs to enjoy a delightful dinner with barbeque favorites. The dinner will be accompanied by live music played by the Danny Beck Band, setting the stage for a night of entertainment. The enchantment of the evening will continue with unique pop-up boutiques for shopping, pet photos, and an exclusive silent auction featuring a new electric Moke.

“We are thrilled to host ‘Dinner at Dusk’ to support Tri-County Animal Rescue,” Diane Maune says, Co-Chair of the event. “This evening promises to be an end-of-season celebration with good friends, food, and good times.”

Guests are encouraged to wear club attire to ensure they can relax and enjoy the soiree in style. Diane Maune, Olivia Hollaus, and Farley Rentschler co-chair the event. It is sponsored by The Bainbridge Companies LLC, KIA Delray, Ted Campbell, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, and Arthur Gutterman. Tickets are $275 per person and are available at Tricountyanimalrescue.com/dinneratdusk.

Tri-County Animal Rescue is a nonprofit animal rescue center with a 100% no-kill policy. It has rescued over 90,000 distressed animals, many of which would have been euthanized without the center’s intervention.

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