NEED2KNOW: Fundraiser for the animals, grand opening, Freedom Day

The team at Prescott Dentistry provided 26 veterans and military men and women with free dental care on Thursday, Sept. 8, Freedom Day USA.

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The team at Prescott Dentistry provided 26 veterans and military men and women with free dental care on Thursday, Sept. 8, Freedom Day USA.

Barks ‘n’ Beers fundraiser set

The Barley Hound, 234 Cortez St. in Prescott, is hosting Barks ‘n’ Beers, a fundraiser benefiting United Animal Friends (UAF), from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 24.

Guests can purchase a beef brisket or vegetarian dinner with a beer or non-alcoholic drink for $20. The Barley Hound will donate a percentage of the night’s food and drink proceeds to UAF. Reservations or advance tickets are not required.

Dogs are welcome in the outdoor area. Silent auction items will be on display for bidding throughout the evening.

For more information, visit www.unitedanimalfriends.org or call The Barley Hound at 237-4506.

Grand opening

Prescott ARM, LLC, is hosting a grand opening event on Thursday, Sept. 22, from 11 a.m. to noon.

Owned by Prescott resident Nick Hanlon, the company specializes in accounts receivable management (ARM). Accounts receivable is money owed to a company by its debtors. Prescott ARM assists companies in resolving those outstanding balances and implement practices to minimize the chance of such debts from occurring in the first place.

Prescott ARM is at 212 S. Montezuma St. Suite 13 in Prescott and can be reached by calling 928-899-8672.

The grand opening is open to the public and will include a ribbon cutting by the Prescott Chamber of Commerce.

Supporting Freedom Day Freedom Day USA was Sept. 8.

Businesses across the country joined this national “thank you” movement by donating free or discounted goods and services to veterans and active military members.

The Prescott businesses that participated were Peavine Coffee Company, Subway at Frontier Village, Anchor Books, Prescott Chamber of Commerce, The Purple Cat Used Book Store, Thumb Butte Pit Stop and Prescott Dentistry.

Prescott Dentistry contributed for their third year by offering $18,000 in free dentistry to the military community. Twenty-six patients received treatments ranging from dental cleanings and fillings to extractions, crowns and root canals.