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Helping out SCRAPS

Support the SCRAPS Hope Foundation at the Reigning Cats and Dogs Auction and Chocolate Festival at 6 p.m. April 26.

Money raised at the event – which includes a live auction, pet pageant, raffle, appetizers and dessert – will go to the nonprofit foundation’s medical fund, which provides medical assistance to animals hurt by abuse, such as Nanook. The dog, now named Leonidas, had surgery to remove a chain from his neck after it became embedded. His first owner was charged with animal cruelty and Leonidas has been adopted by someone else.

The auction and festival will be at a former Harley-Davidson dealership, 6815 E. Trent Ave., the future home of SCRAPS. There are tickets and more information at The SCRAPS Hope Foundation website or by calling (509) 477-2760.

Spokane restaurants honored

The Washington Restaurant Association honored outstanding members this week. The local organization has about 400 members, including restaurants and suppliers. Members nominate the restaurants and vote on the annual awards.

The 2013 restaurant of the year awards include:

Fine dining: Masselow’s at Northern Quest Resort & Casino

Casual dining: The Onion

Quick service: Jimmy John’s

There is more information and a complete list of awards online at warestaurant.org/membership/get-involved/ spokane

Zaycon deliveries scheduled

Bargain shoppers will want to check out Zaycon Foods and its upcoming deliveries in the area.

The business delivers bulk orders of meat and seasonal produce to customers in a drive-thru market set up in area parking lots. Customers get wholesale prices, but they have to repackage the food for household use. Customers order in advance and pick up at a designated place and time. There is more information at www.zayconfoods.com. Scheduled deliveries include four stops in the Spokane area April 12.



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