This weekend was one of the first weekends Paws in the Park attended Centennial Olympic Park’s Family Fun days. We made our own Tattoo Parlor, had corn hole, frisbee golf and even brought two sweet adoptable Atlanta Pet Rescue pups along for the adventure.
Pebbles and Clover were glad to escape the shelter for the day. The kids at Centennial loved the tattoos and we really got the word out about Paws in the Park.
Did you know that this 2nd Annual Paws in the Park Committee has been meeting since the end of the 1st Annual Paws in the Park Committee?
Planning Atlanta Pet Rescue’s largest fundraiser of the year takes a whole team of dedicated volunteers. There’s much to plan and a variety of needs that must be taken care of in order to ensure a successful day at Centennial Olympic Park.
From Top left: Craig Strain, Gigi Gould, Deb Ferbrache, Jessica Grippo and Corey Hylbak
Bottom Row from left: Ilene Bauer, Hilary Leland and Heather Malone
Not pictured: Tina Di’Angelo, Bari Schlam and Paige Williams
A big thank you to the Committee for their dedication and hard work to this year’s event!
If you missed our big announcement today on CBS’s Better Mornings Atlanta, you can catch it here:
We are beyond thrilled to have CBS Atlanta as our Presenting Sponsor for Paws in the Park. We are honored to have Jennifer Valdez attend as the Grand Marshall of the charity walk. She will host the demo area, along with her dog Sadie in tow!
Congratulations to Emily Simmons who submitted the winning drawing below!
Thank you to all those who submitted entries and we are proud to show you this years Paws in the Park logo!