4th annual Fashion Show to benefit AnimalSave in Grass Valley
AnimalSave announces its spring fashion show, Spring Into Fashion, produced by Judi Hirtzel and the Friends of AnimalSave Committee. The event will take place April 10 at the Alta Sierra Country Club.
The show will showcase local women’s clothing stores and benefit the dogs and cats AnimalSave helps.
Models Judy Wilson, Jacque Keyes, Kathryn Kirkham, Frances Huber, Patti Felton, Mary Margaretich, Stacey LaMothe, Susana Knox, Yvonne Moore, Linda Burbridge, Danielle Dorsey-Ivey, Sue Schwarz, Jere Lee, Sharon Lapin, Annie Belanger Costa, Shirley Birins, Christine Lisle, Jan Bevelheimer and Dee Dee Beviacqua will model clothing from Fresh Image, Judi’s of Nevada City, Abstrakt Boutique, Yuba Blue, La-Te-Da, Beautiful, Carolynescloset.org and the AnimalSave Thrift and Treasures benefit store.
The fundraising event includes a buffet lunch, the fashion show, a chance to win raffle items, door prizes and more.
AnimalSave has been helping animals for more than 30 years. Beginning as a grassroots organization in the early ’70s, it has grown with the need of the community’s dogs and cats.
Through its main programs — 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. In the seven years AnimalSave’s Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic has been operating, more than 13,000 dogs and cats have been altered, greatly reducing the number of homeless animals in our community.
Tickets to the fourth annual Spring Into Fashion are $28 and available in the Book Nook (Suite G) at the AnimalSave Center, 520 East Main St., Grass Valley. Purchase tickets no later than April 6.
Email email@example.com or call 530-271-7071, ext. 201 for more information or if you would like to order tickets by mail or over the phone.
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