Rescue Bangles are flying off the shelf at SaddleBrooke Drug and Tortoise and the Hair, having earned a little more than $400 for the SaddleBrooke Pet Rescue Network. The Network’s mission is to facilitate adoptions, volunteer at shelters and events and fundraise to pay medical and shelter needs.
We could not have been this successful without donations of beads, supplies and time and effort from many contributors.
The Beading Babes donated supplies and storage space and are making bracelets. Special thanks to Sharon Marchant, Bunnie Gill, Linda Bechky, Nancy Hanna, Celine Osebold and Panchit Wheat.
Sandy Best donated beautiful herringbone weave cuff bracelets she created.
Joyce Sutay donated beautiful completed bracelets and beads.
Eleanor Pence is becoming a regular member of our production team.
Karyle Steele purchased a bracelet and donated $50 for materials.
Helen Nack gathered beading donations from the Knit Wits, a group always working on charitable projects.
Each Rescue Bangle is a unique creation and 100% of proceeds go to rescue. They are only $15 and great gifts for any occasion and come with a card telling how they benefit homeless animals.
Beads and beading supplies
Your time and talent to create bracelets. With little or no beading experience these bangles are simple enough for the novice. Join us and the Beading Babes in the Agate room, HOA 2 Arts and Crafts building every Thursday at 9:00 a.m.
In SaddleBrooke at SaddleBrooke Drug or contact Jan Wayne at 818-2950.
Tortoise and the Hair, 12995 N. Oracle Road, Suite 121 (in the Walgreens shopping center, corner of Rancho Vistoso and Oracle).
Contact Carol Poole at [email protected] or 399-7313 for more information.