The organization More to Love threw a beer bust with a special visit from Naughty Cupid on Sunday at Woofs.
The group is raising money for a trip to Thailand to help the Mirror Foundation, which helps the hill tribe people in the area. The More to Love team will help with childcare and outdoor projects while overseas.
The beer bust featured pictures with Naughty Cupid and a number of raffle prizes.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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