On SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2016 join me for a special morning Yoga class and Holiday Open House at Peaceful Hands Yoga in Orange, Virginia …
This class will benefit
THE WILDLIFE CENTER OF VIRGINIA!
All-Levels Yoga Class ~ 9:30 a.m.
at Peaceful Hands Yoga Studio in Orange, Virginia
Open House follows ~ 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Your class “cost”? 1) Make a cash/check donation to the Wildlife Center of Virginia or, 2) Bring a bag filled with needed supplies for the Center. Please choose items from this list:
Paper Towels w Tissues (no lotion) w Glad/Hefty Trash Bags (30 gallon & yard sized) w Ziplock Bags w Safety Glasses/Goggles w Mixed Nuts (unsalted, raw, no peanuts) w Canned & Dry Dog or Cat Food (any size, any brand) w Bird Seed / Sunflower Seeds (for bird feeders) w Basic office supplies: 20 lb. white paper, pens, padded mailing envelopes, dry erase markers.
The Wildlife Center of Virginia depends entirely on the generosity of individuals like us to support their life-saving work. They have cared for more than 2,400 wild animals this year … and new patients come in every single day.
They all need our help ~ Please be generous!
Even if you can’t make it to class … stop by anyway!
Enter to win a PEACEFUL HANDS HOLIDAY BASKET, filled with some of my favorite things and a few other surprises, too!
Take a Book, because it’s our third annual FREE Yoga book giveaway!
Visit with The Wildlife Center’s Executive Vice President Randy Huwa who will be there to thank you for your support and to tell you about the wild patients you have helped — from bear cubs to hummingbirds.
Bring a friend. You don’t have to do Yoga to come by. And, please let others know about this Open House — it’s a great way to introduce new folks to our Yoga studio and to the work of the Wildlife Center.
I hope you’ll stop by. (I can’t eat all these cookies by myself, you know … plus, I want to see you!)
Here are just a couple of things the Peaceful Hands family has done to help support The Wildlife Center and its patients this year.
You gathered clover, garden greens, and acorns through our “Team Bunny” program, provided lots of brown paper bags for the daily feeding of the bear cubs, and saved an orphaned squirrel in our parking lot before the 4:30 class this summer. (That squirrel, by the way, made it through a-ok and just last week was released in Madison County at the Beier’s farm.)
Team Bunny clover in action!
Thank you, as always, for your boundless kindnesses.
To learn more about the Wildlife Center of Virginia, their animals, and to check out their awesome LIVE Critter Cam, visit: Wildlife Center of Virginia.
Need info? Have a cookie request? Ideas for the Open House? I’m all ears.
I hope to see you! The weather is going to be perfect. (But, I’ll come up with a backup plan, just in case.)