‘Wild Spirits’ fundraiser will help wildlife

Press release

WILDCARE’S “WILD SPIRITS” FUNDRAISER TO BE HELD AT FAIRGROUND

Wildcare Eastern Sierra’s 13th annual fundraiser, “Wild Spirits,” will be at a new location‑‑the Tri-County Fairgrounds Heritage Arts Building (formerly the Home Economics Building)‑‑eritage Arts Buildingon Sunday, October 21st, from 6:00-8:00 pm. Come to the party, be a sponsor, donate an auction item‑‑or all three.

These young pups’ mother was killed by a car. They wandered from their den, were rescued, and cared for until ready for release.

“Holding “Wild Spirits,” our major fundraising effort, in a totally new space is a challenge,” explained WES Director Cindy Kamler. “Our event evolved within the wonderful space at Mountain Light Gallery. This year, we will need to create and shape space within the Heritage Arts Building.”

“But we will still be offering yummy free food and wine, fun door prizes, and a wide variety of silent auction items for yourself or holiday gifts,” Kamler promised.  “Our furry, feathered and scaled Wildlife Ambassadors (Razzle the Raven, Spirit the Red-tailed Hawk and, Half-Z–a Belding’s ground squirrel, Early Girl–a Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel, and others) will be there, too.”

Wildcare (formerly Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care) is the only wildlife rehabilitation facility serving the Inyo-Mono area. We admit close to 500 animals (birds, mammals and reptiles) a year, give free education programs, and provide advice and assistance for dozens of people-animal problems. As a non-profit organization, WES must rely on donations from individuals, local businesses, and family foundations to carry out our work.

Donation at the door is $15; kids 12 and under are free. The money we raise at Wild Spirits helps pay for medicines, food and supplies for the patients at the Center.

For further information, to be a sponsor, or donate an auction item, call Wildcare at 760-872-1487.

 

 

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One Response to ‘Wild Spirits’ fundraiser will help wildlife

  1. Philip Anaya October 3, 2018 at 4:28 pm #

    We are blessed to live in a spectacular place, the Eastern Sierra. The topography aside, the best discovery in 10 years of residing here is the spectacular community and the awesome folks who are neighbors , folks who wave hell-o, know the truck maybe the driver and care givers whether they are at NIH or at Wildcare Eastern Sierra . Lucky to live in the Eastern Sierra. Lucky to be in America.

     

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