The Crossings Animal Sanctuary
1098 Washington Crossing Rd., Ste 1
Washington Crossing, PA 18977
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CAS's first Bags & Bling BINGO a huge success!
With fun, entertainment, not to mention fabulous prizes, BINGO was a win for everyone!
The energy was high in the banquet hall of the Sheraton of Bucks County hotel on the evening of May 16th. Despite the pouring rain, we had a packed house, and the room was full of ladies and gentlemen ready to play some BINGO!
Our emcee, Dwayne Dunlevy of New Hope, lived up to his reputation, keeping the audience laughing and entertained all night long. Not only did he call a mean game of BINGO, the audience was blown away by his amazing voice, as he sang us through the few intermissions of the evening.
Attendees were also impressed with the BINGO prizes, which included fabulous Coach Bags, glamorous Silpada Jewelry, and coveted Alex and Ani bracelets. There were also over 30 raffles including everything from nights on the town, to personalized art work, to more fabulous bags and jewelry. There was even a lottery tree! And, in one of the biggest prizes of the night, the winner of the 50/50 went home with almost $500!
Of course, with all the fun, what is most important is that the event raised almost $6000 for The Crossings Animal Sanctuary, bringing us one step closer to our goal of No Homeless Pets in Bucks County. Thanks so much to our sponsors and the many businesses that supported us and donated funds and prizes for the event, as well as the volunteers that made the night run without a hitch. Most of all, thanks so much to all the attendees that came out on such a stormy night to support this fabulous new event. We hope to hold this event biannually, so keep an eye out this fall for the next Bags & Bling BINGO!
Meet Laci - The Latest 4-Legged Helped By Boris & Natasha's Fund.
Laci is only 1-1/2 years old, so when she had what appeared to be a grand mal seizure, her person, Nick, was alarmed. After a brief stay elsewhere, CAS agreed to help Laci through Boris & Natasha’s Fund.
Laci was brought to Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center (VSEC), where she was stabilized and fully evaluated. Following a screening for infectious diseases that yielded negative results, Laci was placed on anti-seizure medication. She is now back at home with Nick and doing very well.
We wish Laci a long and healthy life. It was a privilege to be of assistance to her, and to have her return to Nick.