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Gray Face Acres is an all volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization

P.O. Box 393, Catharpin, VA 20143

Announcing the Concert Event of the 2018 Fall Season.

Gray Face Acres is Silver Star participant with Guidestar. To be a Silver Star a “GuideStar Basic Financial Statement” is required. The nonprofit also must certify that the financial information provided is “up to date and accurate.” The basic information for the bronze level also is required. For more information visit their website.

The First Annual Concert for the Animals: A Pop Music Songbook

Benefiting Gray Face Acres Senior Dog Rescue & Retreat in Haymarket, VA
Debbie Gretz, Founder

Friday, October 26, 2018
7:30 pm

Grace Episcopal Church
6507 Main Street
The Plains, VA

Visit the website to order tickets or for more information:

Reception with the Artists to Follow

Hear Classic Pop Hits From the 60's, 70's, 80's and MoreFeaturing Talented DC Area Singers and Performers

Hosted by Will Thomas
Award Winning Former Fox 5 DC Anchor and Reporter

Special Guest Star: The Manassas Chorale Ensemble
Celebrating its 25th Season Under the Leadership of Artistic Director Rebecca D. Verner, the Chorale's Extensive Performing Credits Include Both Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall

Toby after

Toby before

This is the shocking, heartbreaking picture of how Toby came into the shelter. BARCS does such an amazing job of taking care of the dogs that come to them. He was so matted, and filthy, he could not walk. He was shaved down and bathed, and they were able to get x rays and a biopsy of the growth in his mouth. This poor sweet boy lived outside, and in this condition for who knows how long. He will be going this Saturday to live with a good rescue friend of mine, Laura H. Where she can work with him on some behavior issues. We love him and will stand by whatever he needs to have a happy rest of his life. At 10 years old, he deserves the best we can give him.