Fundraising tea benefits Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary


Thursday, June 19th, 2014
Issue 25, Volume 18.


Fundraising tea benefits Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary

Fundraising tea benefits Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Dee Fremont is the winner of an avocado-themed basket in a silent auction at Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary’s annual Spring Tea on June 8.
Dee Fremont is the winner of an avocado-themed basket in a silent auction at Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary’s annual Spring Tea on June 8.

Fundraising tea benefits Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Miss Fallbrook and her court take charge of selling the raffle tickets at a fundraising tea event June 8 for the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary.
Miss Fallbrook and her court take charge of selling the raffle tickets at a fundraising tea event June 8 for the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary.

Fundraising tea benefits Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Geri Sides bids on one of the many silent auction items at the fundraising tea. As the winner of the hat contest, Sides received an orchid planted in a tea pot from Janet LuCore.
Geri Sides bids on one of the many silent auction items at the fundraising tea. As the winner of the hat contest, Sides received an orchid planted in a tea pot from Janet LuCore.

Fundraising tea benefits Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary director Janet LuCore welcomes guests to the organization’s Spring Tea, which was hosted by Silvergate Retirement Residence on June 8.
Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary director Janet LuCore welcomes guests to the organization’s Spring Tea, which was hosted by Silvergate Retirement Residence on June 8.

Fundraising tea benefits Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Maureen Wee bids on one of the many donated silent auction items at the Spring Tea.
Maureen Wee bids on one of the many donated silent auction items at the Spring Tea.

Fundraising tea benefits Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Strolling magician Jacques Lord, right, performs a card trick for guest Kimberly Sayre at the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary’s Spring Tea.
Strolling magician Jacques Lord, right, performs a card trick for guest Kimberly Sayre at the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary’s Spring Tea.

Fundraising tea benefits Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Geri Sides, winner of the hat contest, receives an orchid planted in a tea pot from Janet LuCore.
Geri Sides, winner of the hat contest, receives an orchid planted in a tea pot from Janet LuCore.

Fundraising tea benefits Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Carolyn Olivier, left, and Lacey Smyth enjoy an afternoon tea together at the fundraising event for the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary.
Carolyn Olivier, left, and Lacey Smyth enjoy an afternoon tea together at the fundraising event for the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary.

Fundraising tea benefits Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Deanna Parks is the winner of more than $60 in the 50/50 raffle at the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary’s Spring Tea.
Deanna Parks is the winner of more than $60 in the 50/50 raffle at the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary’s Spring Tea.

Fundraising tea benefits Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Maureen Wee holds the many raffle tickets she bought for the raffle benefiting the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary at its Spring Tea.
Maureen Wee holds the many raffle tickets she bought for the raffle benefiting the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary at its Spring Tea.

Fundraising tea benefits Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary - Christine Rinaldi photo. - Miss Fallbrook Claire Ginther sells raffle tickets during an afternoon fundraising tea at Silvergate Retirement Residence June 8.
Miss Fallbrook Claire Ginther sells raffle tickets during an afternoon fundraising tea at Silvergate Retirement Residence June 8.


 

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Comment #1 | Saturday, Jun 21, 2014 at 6:56 pm
This place is awesome, I hope more people donate money and or there time to help out. My whole family volunteers there. I wish we could do more.

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