'Knots Landing' Actress to Aid Hooved Animals

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), September 14, 1996 | Go to article overview

'Knots Landing' Actress to Aid Hooved Animals


Byline: Sharon Kissane

Actress and musician Kim Lankford, who played Ginger Ward on the television show "Knots Landing," will attend the Hooved Animal Humane Society's 25th Anniversary and Building Dedication Celebration on Sunday. A talented musician, Lankford will play the guitar with the US99 band.

The society's new Education Center and offices are already in use. The Education Center is where HAHS holds seminars and clinics.

The Anniversary Celebration will be hosted by Bill Garcia of Chicago's "Hot New Country" Radio Station from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, at the HAHS Rehabilitation Farm, 10804 McConnell Road in Woodstock.

There will be music, pony rides, Myles Karstens and his Trick Horse, free wagon rides pulled by Clydesdales, Jack Russell and his Terrier Races and a mingling of celebrities, all for $5 a ticket, with children under 12 admitted free. There will be limited lunch tickets at the door at $20 each for adults and $10 for children. The catered luncheon is available with advance registration, but you are welcome to bring your own picnic lunch.

Credit card orders only may be faxed to (815) 337-5569. Checks may be sent to HAHS Picnic, P.O. Box 400 Woodstock, IL 60098. …

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