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Stray Rescue of St. Louis founder Randy Grim serving drinks at charity event

Have a drink for the dogs of Stray Rescue
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Randy Grim does whatever it takes to help raise money for Stray Rescue of St. Louis Mo. According to a post on Stray Rescues Facebook page on March 5th, 2014, Grim will be serving drinks as a guest bartender tonight, March 5, to raise money for his rescued four-legged friends.

Randy Grim is the founder of Stray Rescue in St. Louis Mo. Randy, and his team of volunteers, rescue abandoned and neglected dogs from roadways, buildings and other dangerous situations and then tend to their needs and find them loving homes.

It’s been a harsh and costly winter for Stray Rescue so Grim is off to the bar to serve drinks and sign copies of books, all for the love of the animals he and his team rescue from the streets and abandoned buildings of St. Louis.

The book, “Recipes to the Rescue” is also part of the fund raising activities that Stray Rescue does. “Recipes to the Rescue” is filled with wonderful recipes supplied by local restaurants, local celebrities and Stray Rescue volunteers. It includes something for everyone, from meats, to vegans, to dessert lovers.

Proceeds from Grim’s bartending adventure and the book all go to help the animals in need at Stray Rescue. Stop by the event on March 5th at Wildflower Restaurant and Catering, 4590 Laclede Ave from 6:00 p.m. until 9: p.m. Have a drink, buy a book and help a pet that is in need!

If you can’t make it to the event, you can purchase the book at Stray Rescue of St. Louis’s online store along with many other items. Each purchase helps Randy Grim, and the team of volunteers, help the stray, abandoned and injured dogs in St. Louis Mo.

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