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Tulsa Art Studio Helps Dog Rescue Organization

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The art studio Pinot's Palette hosted a special night for a good cause.

Five dollars from each participant will go toward the "Legacy Of Hope" dog rescue.

Friday's class was pet-themed, and each participant painted a picture of their pet.

Before the class started, representatives from the foundation spoke about where they need help.

Even a few adoptable dogs came to visit.

The organization needs foster homes, volunteers and monetary donations.

The classes are open to all skill levels.

For more information, head to www.pinotspalette.com/cherrystreet 

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