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Penn Valley Northridge to host wildlife fundraiser

Proceeds raised on Tuesday at Penn Valley's Northridge restaurant will go to support Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release.
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Event: Dine Out for Wildlife — Northridge, 17464 Penn Valley Drive, Penn Valley

When: Tuesday, July 25, 5 p.m. — 9 p.m.

For More Information: Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release — http://www.cawildlife911.org/

For Help with an Injured or Orphaned Wild Bird or Animal: Contact the Intake Center during the summer — 530-477-5774 or the year round hotline — 530-432-5522.

The Northridge Restaurant in Penn Valley is holding a benefit for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release from 5 to 9 p.m. on July 25.

A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release. Some of the wildlife ambassadors including a Great Horned Owl, Barn Owl, Screech-owl, American Crow and a Kingsnake will be in attendance.

“Treat yourself and family to a ‘wild’ night out and enjoy the wonderful food and great company at the Northridge, while supporting Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release,” said Karen Koskey, Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release education chair.



“WR&R is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that rehabilitates injured or orphaned native wildlife and releases them back to the wild,” Koskey said. “All proceeds go to provide food and care for animals and birds in need. We greatly appreciate your support as do the animals.”

Source: Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release


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