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Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew will be included in an art exhibit with his bulldog, Philip, on Friday, February 6 for a charity event, Double Vision, to benefit the Jacksonville Humane Society.

Double Vision is presented by Drs. Wood, Lanier, Bowman & Rogers and will be held at 806 Riverside Avenue, directly across from the Cummer Gallery. The event is from 6-9 p.m. with a cost of $35 which will go to the Jacksonville Humane Society.

Jones-Drew, who took the photo in November, will be included in a series of photographs of people from the Riverside community and their pets wearing unique eyewear. The photos were taken by Randy Batista Photography. Batista makes use of local artists, community leaders and local residents to provide exhibits that are open to the public and help raise money for local charities.

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