With a theme like Alabama Prom Night, how could Pets Are Loving Support go wrong with its monthly benefit?
They didn’t. The costumes were aplenty as was the crowd on Wednesday for the monthly installment of bingo that benefits PALS. The group provides pet care for the four-legged companions of critically and disabled Atlantans.
Nearly 250 people attended the event. The next bingo is set for June 10. View the event listing in the Project Q Atlanta community calendar.
View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the May 13 event.
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