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Quincy middle-schoolers plan Puppy Doe fundraiser

Puppy Doe fundraiser to benefit the Animal Rescue League of Boston.
Puppy Doe fundraiser to benefit the Animal Rescue League of Boston.
Animal Rescue League of Boston

Students from the Central Middle School in Quincy have organized a fundraiser in honor of Puppy Doe, the pit bull mix that was found brutally tortured and starved at the end of August last year, according to The Patriot Ledger.

On May 6, 2014, Tuesday evening, a fundraiser will be held from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Neighborhood Club of Quincy, in Quincy, Mass., to benefit the Animal Rescue League of Boston.

The fundraiser event includes dinner, dessert, drinks, a silent auction and entertainment. Tickets are $10 at the door. Entertainment includes an Irish dance, a pianist and stories of rescued animals.

Puppy Doe was a female pit bull mix puppy that was once named Kiya. She had been bought and sold on Craigslist and landed in the hands of an evil madman. Puppy Doe had injuries so severe she had to be euthanized. Radoslaw Czerkawski was arrested and is being held without bail while he awaits trial.

The Neighborhood Club of Quincy is located at 27 Glendale Road.

Puppy Doe news:
Puppy Doe animal abuse case to be made into a documentary
Radoslaw Czerkawski to be held on bail; Puppy Doe will see justice
Puppy Doe's abuser leaves behind a string of crimes

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