Old Florida Fish House held its Third Annual Wreaths for Alaqua, benefitting Alaqua Animal Refuge, on Thursday, December 8, 2017. The event raised $5,835 for Alaqua, surpassing last year’s event by nearly $1,500.
Auctioneer Helen “Redd” Vizard vivaciously auctioned off 21 wreaths created by local artists, businesses, and individuals especially for this event. The wreaths, some of which were packaged with bonus items and gift certificates, went to the highest bidder during this festive holiday fundraiser for Alaqua.
Old Florida Fish House and Alaqua Animal Refuge would like to thank those who decorated wreaths including 30A Local Properties’ Jodi Asbel, The Art of Simple, Bella Flora 30A, The Blue Giraffe, Century 21 Blue Marlin, Counts Real Estate, Déjà vu, Got You Covered Interior Designs’ Joy LeBlanc, Grayton Beer Company, Hill Coleman CPA, Mary Hong Studio, Mimi, Oasis Management Company, Old Florida Fish House, Proffitt PR and Frill Seekers Gifts, Redd’s Fueling Station, Smileology – Santa Rosa Beach, The Studio Gallery, Yellow Fin Ocean Sports and The Zoo Gallery.
The $5,835 will go towards Alaqua’s mission to heals animals who have been victims of abuse and neglect. For those interested in donating to Alaqua Animal Refuge, please visit http://www.alaqua.org/how-to-help/donate-now/ or call 850-880-6399.
Photo attached by Lexi Willcoxon. From L to R:
Alaqua Animal Refuge Founder, Laurie Hood and Mary Chris Murry, Alaqua Animal Refuge Communications & Development