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The second annual SGI Brewfest is being held Saturday, April 29th at Paddy's Raw Bar and Journey's of SGI from 1:00pm-4:00pm.  The Sgi Brewfest is a  one day beer tasting festival designed to promote the appreciation of craft beer all while listening to live music and enjoying great food.  The event is a fundraiser for the Franklin County Humane Society and all proceeds will benefit the homeless dogs and cats of Franklin County.
Ticket sales are very limited and TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE via the SGI Brewfest website.  TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD AT THE DOOR. Ticket holders will have the opportunity for unlimited tasting and  food will be available for an additional charge.  
Go to: for tickets and more information. Don't miss out. There are only a few tickets still remaining!

Does your Dalmatian have a wonderfully waggy tail? Is your cat
the cutest in the county? Does your parrot look good in his pirate
Round up all your wonderful pets and enter them in the Carrabelle
Riverfront Festival PET SHOW where they will strut their stuff and show off
before the judges in the viewing ring at 11:00 on Saturday morning, April
22. Registration is $5.00 per pet or $10.00 for your whole pack and each
pet will receive a gift just for entering.
Judges will be looking for all kinds of talent and for just plain cuteness.
There will be lots of winners in categories including best kisser, most
mysterious heritage, sweetest smile, best costume, silliest trick, and most
exotic, just to name a few.
You may register early by calling Caroline at (850)670-5064 or register at
the festival on Saturday beginning at 10:00 am at the purple tent. Judging
begins at 11:00 at the Main Stage on Marine Street.
The pet show is sponsored by the Mystic Krewe of Salty Barkers, a Mardi
Gras Krewe of dogs and their people. All registration fees will be donated to
the Franklin County Humane Society.
The Franklin County Humane Society is housing and treating the 56 cats and 18 dogs that were owner surrendered from a home in Carrabelle.  All the cats are suffering from upper respiratory infection, fleas, dermatitis, ear mites and intestinal parasites so their medical needs are already extensive.  They all still need to be tested, vaccinated and spayed/neutered. The dogs are in better condition physically but behaviorally, most have a ways to go.  They too need medical care, vaccinations, testing and spay/neuter.
We are reaching out to other shelters across the state and we are hopeful that many of them will respond to the crisis by in-taking, caring for and rehoming these helpless, homeless pets.  We know that we will need to find homes for the majority of them and we will be making them available for adoption once all their needs have been met.
If you would like to make a donation toward their care, please go to, click on “help” and donate through pay pal or mail a check to FCHS 244 Hwy 65, Eastpoint, FL  32328.
Post Office Box 417 • Eastpoint, Florida 32328 • (850) 670-8417
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