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SA Humane Society Beneficiary of Sweet Paris Creperie & Café's Community Days

Sweet Paris Creperie & Café Uploaded by Jennifer Badger
Sweet Paris Creperie & Café located on Main Street at The Shops at La Cantera is continuing its second anniversary celebration with Community Days. Every Tuesday in October, Sweet Paris will donate a portion off the days' proceeds to a different local charity. From 11 - 4 on Sunday, October 10, the San Antonio HUMANE SOCIETY (SAHS) will set up shop outside Sweet Paris with pets available for adoption. SAHS' mission is to protect and improve the lives of dogs and cats by providing shelter, care, adoption, rescue, spay/neuter programs and community education. Their Sweet Paris day is October 12.

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