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Greyhounds Reach the Beach turns 25

Hundreds of the thin-framed, long-legged canines come to Rehoboth Beach
October 19, 2019

Story Location:
Rehoboth Beach Convention Center
229 Rehoboth Avenue
Rehoboth Beach  Delaware  19971
United States

Greyhounds Reach the Beach turned 25 this year and hundreds of the breed, along with their human companions, came to Rehoboth Beach during Columbus Day weekend. Traditionally held in Dewey Beach, this was the first year for the event being in the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. In addition to walking around town, the event featured speakers, vendors, a silent auction, a raffle, the Beer & Biscuit Mixer, the Blessing of the Hounds, local bus and walking tours. The event closed with a parade on the Boardwalk Oct. 13.

Greyhounds Reach the Beach is an annual charity event celebrating the greyhound breed with the purpose of creating an awareness of the need for adoptive and foster homes, and raising money to support nonprofit greyhound adoption groups. Additional information and schedule can be found at www.GRtB.org.

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