AnimalSave hosts Fall Fashion show fundraiser
September 26, 2013
AnimalSave's third annual Fall Fashion Show, produced by Judi Hirtzel and Friends of AnimalSave, is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 11, at the Alta Sierra Country Club.
The event will showcase local women's clothing stores and benefit the dogs and cats AnimalSave helps.
Models Judy Wilson, Jacque Keyes, Mary Marlet, Valerie Dawes, Barbara Wright, Kathryn Kirkham, Frances Huber, Patti Felton, Mary Margaretich, Stacey LaMothe, Susanna Knox, Carol Hamilton, Yvonne Moore, Christina West and Annie Costa will model clothing from Fresh Image, Judi's of Nevada City, Abstract, Just Jeanna's, Yuba Blue, Runway and the AnimalSave Thrift and Treasures benefit store.
The $28 ticket includes lunch, fashion show, a chance to win raffle items, door prizes and more.
AnimalSave has been helping area animals for over 30 years.
Through its main programs, including the low-cost spay/neuter clinic, foster/adoption program and low-income pet food assistance program, AnimalSave provides a continuum of care that prevents animals from entering the overcrowded shelter system.
The organization's primary focus is to offer a solution to the problem of too many dogs and cats and not enough homes by providing proactive and affordable spay/neuter services.
Doors open at 11 a.m. on Oct. 11 for the fashion show and lunch, with lunch served promptly at noon. There will be a no-host bar. Alta Sierra Country Club is located at 11897 Tammy Way, Grass Valley.
Tickets are available at the AnimalSave Thrift and Treasures benefit store, 520 E. Main St., Grass Valley. Tickets will be available through Oct. 9. Contact email@example.com or call 530-271-7071, ext. 201 for information or to order tickets by mail or phone.
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