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Presents for Pets Greg Holtz Wins Tourney, Vu Nguyen Player Of The Year Submitted by MH Dog Club
The Mountain House Golf Club played their final tournament of the 2017 season, a double-header weekend November 11th at Rancho Solano, in Fairfield, and November 12th at Paradise Valley, also in Fairfield. Players were required to play both tournaments to get points. Tournament Winner was Greg Holtz. Closest to the Pin winner (Rancho Solano #15)-Manuel Moreno Closest to the Pin winner (Paradise Valley #12)-Joe Grande Player of the year was Vu Nguyen Congratulations to all!
Mountain House Dog Club and Mountain House Feral Cat Rescue have joined up to sponsor the “Presents for Pets” Campaign to help collect donations to bring a little cheer to those pets in need. The two local groups plan to assist Animal Rescue of Tracy with their Christmas Wish List to help homeless Dogs and Cats this Holiday Season. You can help by dropping off donations from 11/25/17 through 12/17/17 at one of these locations: Jules Veterinary Clinic in Tracy, Pampered Pets Grooming in Tracy, Bark Ave. Groomers in Tracy, and at Mountain House Bar.
MH Dog Club and Feral Cat Rescue representatives will also be in Mountain House to collect your donations at the following events: Small Business Saturday in Wicklund Park, 11/25/17 from 9:00 am until 2:00pm, MH Annual Tree Lighting in Central Park, 12/2/17 from 4:00 through 8:00pm and at the MH Blood Drive, 12/12/17 from 4:00 until 7:00pm.
“There’s always a need for food and supplies for these homeless pets but with all the busy rush of the Holidays, sometimes they get pushed down on the priority list,” says Monica Collins, President of the MH Dog Club. “There are so many groups that still have great need because of the fires up north, so we want to help by collecting these items for Animal Rescue of Tracy to distribute to those animals in the most need.” There is an urgent request for towels, blankets and puppy training pads, especially, but food for dogs/puppies and cats/kittens, as well as leashes, beds and feeding bowls are always appreciated. “It does your heart good to know you’ve helped these homeless dogs and cats get what they need until they can find a home,” says Collins.
For more information, you can call ( 209) 229-8903. You can also visit Animal Rescue of Tracy’s website for a more detailed list of needed items.
Tourney winner, Greg Holtz
Player of The Year, Vu Nguyen