Here is an opportunity to start the New Year with a gift for the animals. Project Animal Worldwide (PAW) is hosting “Sweet Beginnings” Dessert and Wine Tasting on Friday, January 18, 2013. The event will take place at the Raven and the Peach restaurant in Fair Haven, New Jersey, from 7-10 p.m.
“Please join us as we celebrate the beginning of a new year with new hopes for the future. With so many emergencies coming at people over the past year pulling all of us in so many different directions, it’s important for us at PAW to keep our focus on helping dogs and cats through humane education, rescue and the need for spay and neuter to prevent unwanted animal overpopulation,” said Ellen LaTorre, acting president, Project Animal Worldwide.
The evening features light fare and a variety of desserts, including a chocolate fountain to celebrate the occasion. More than forty gift auction baskets will be on offer as well as a jewelry bar from Barking Blue Jay for your shopping pleasure. A wine tasting will be presented in the restaurant’s wine cellar.
Admission is $30 per person. An additional fee of $15 is requested to participate in the wine tasting. Registration is requested by January 11, 2013.
You can purchase tickets at www.projectanimal.org or call Ellen LaTorre at 732-979-6499 for details. Event proceeds directly support the work of Project Animal Worldwide.
“We were very proud to be able to carry out our mission this year in our own backyard by helping the feral kittens in Sea Bright, New Jersey, when super storm Sandy hit our shores,” added LaTorre. “We hope that people will put aside the daily stress and treat themselves to the sweeter things in life for an evening, all in the name of helping animals.”
The Raven and the Peach is located at 740 River Road, Fair Haven, NJ 07704 Telephone: 732-747-4666
Project Animal Worldwide is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed in 2009. PAW works to develop spay/neuter programs, assist in animal rescue and implement humane education in areas of the world where the homeless cat and dog population is unmanageable. Donations are always welcome.
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