|Myrna Joseph presents Service Dog Titus with a check|
Charleston Referral Exchange, Hounds for Heroes. The event was a great success and plans are starting for a bigger event for 2011. Thanks to our new Charleston friends for your hard work for an inaugural event.
Back in Wilmington, Jonathon, Bob and the staff of Carrabba's Italian Grill outdid themselves with a scrumptious luncheon benefiting Carolina Canines. If you missed it this year, we are sure there will be a chance in 2011.
And, back to Charleston for the inaugural event for Passport 72, A Global Masquerade. Passport 72 is an emerging organization dedicated to generating financial and support resources for local charities through the sale of unique home furnishings and accessories. Stay tuned for the debut of the products at their online store. We had a sneak peek of some items at the masquerade and the products are beautiful.
November will find us gearing up for the holidays with the sale of fresh cut Frazer fir Christmas trees in both Wilmington and Charleston. Don't miss your chance to get your Christmas tree and help a great cause all at the same time. Visit the online store to order today.
In the midst of the whirlwind, we have not forgotten our true mission of providing people with disabilities service dogs. Just before the Thanksgiving holiday, there will be one more Veteran giving thanks for the help and support you provide for our programs as the first Veteran to receive his service dog from the program at the Naval Consolidated Brig will begin his team training mid-November. Stay tuned to read about this individual and meet him and his new service dog.