WENATCHEE—(January 28, 2019) Wenatchee Valley Humane Society (WVHS) invites you to help homeless animals in the Wenatchee Valley by attending its annual Auction for the Animals, taking place Saturday, February 16, 2018 at the Wenatchee Valley Convention Center.
This year’s event theme is “Be the Hero” and superhero attire is encouraged. Shelter staff hopes to see many attendees donning capes and channel their inner superhero. The event boasts an evening of fun including a buffet dinner, no host bar, booth games, and both a silent and live auction.
The live auction features several exciting packages, including a African Safari trip, Seattle Seahawks quarterback, Russell Wilson, autographed jersey, private cabana weekend on Lake Chelan and many more thrilling adventures and items you won’t want to miss.
Doors open at 5 p.m. and silent auction and games begin at 5:30, with dinner and live auction to follow.
Presenting sponsor for this year event is The Gilded Lily. Other sponsors include After Hours Plumbing, Pipkin Construction, Sangster Motors, GTC Technical Support, Laura Mounter Real Estate, and Northern Fruit, along with other supporting businesses. Auction items have been generously donated by individual and business donors throughout our community and beyond.
Auction for the Animals is the event of the year for animal lovers and all proceeds benefit Wenatchee Valley Humane Society. Tickets are just $65. To purchase yours, visit www.wenatcheehumane.org or in person at the shelter, 1474 S. Wenatchee Avenue.
Founded in 1967, the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society is a private non-profit organization and our mission is to serve the community through education, protection and pet adoptions. We continue our mission by taking care of displaced pets, rescuing injured and lost animals, continuing our spay/neuter program, investigating cruelties and finding homes for the orphaned animals. If you would like to volunteer, donate, or more information on how you can help, visit www.wenatcheehumane.org, email email@example.com or call (509) 662-9577.