Terminal brain cancer patient to debut annual fundraiser benefiting homeless animals

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Tod Lund has terminal brain cancer, but that doesn’t stop his love for music and dogs — or his desire to combine both passions into a fundraising event.

This Saturday, Sept. 12, Lund is giving back to the community with the help of his close friends by hosting the first-ever Rockin’ for Rescues fundraiser to benefit homeless animals.

The event will run 4 to 9 p.m. at Seven Cities Sod, located at 12554 210th St., Davenport.

King’s Harvest Pet Rescue will have an exhibit on display with dogs available for adoption.

There will be a silent auction and raffle items.

Food will be provided by area food trucks.

Three live bands will take the stage beginning 5 p.m. They include Cody Road, Wild Oatz and Proper Villains.

Bettendorf’s own former NFL linebacker Pat Angerer will make a special guest appearance at the event.

Social distancing will be practiced, and tables will be 6 feet apart.

Masks are welcome but not required.

All proceeds raised will benefit King’s Harvest Pet Rescue.

For more information, call Steve at 563-529-0771.

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