City Council

(Jean, Carol & Rosealee) appeared at City Council to present the beneficiaries of the Women’s History and Culture Center 2022 Preen Your Pet Calendar Contest/Fundraiser their donations. These donations were a result of the registrations of all the pets in the contest and the votes that came in throughout the month of June. Three local businesses provided access to the voting boxes in their businesses and we’re so grateful for them~ Danielle’s Chocolates & Popcorn, The UPS Store on Pioneer and The Front Porch Flowers and Gifts.

Donations also came in the mail and all totaled over $3,000. Each beneficiary for this fundraiser, Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue, We Care for Animals and Friends of Mesquite Animal Shelter EACH received a check for $1,015.66. We are so honored to be able to help with the wonderful care and love these animals receive in our community.

Our beautiful calendar will be on sale in the fall, at a cost of $10 each. Any residual monies raised after the cost of printing, after generous donations from the community who sponsored ads in the calendar, will be used to benefit the community in future initiatives. Please email us at whccmesquitenv@gmail.com to pre-order a calendar, or several. Thanks to everyone who supported this fun and worthy fundraiser. See you all next year!!
Photo of 3 Ladies: Left – Joanne Migliozzi (Volunteer at Friends of Mesquite Animal Shelter), Center – Joan Dunkle (Manager of the Scenic, AZ Satellite of Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue), Right – Karen Taylor (President of We Care for Animals). Photo Credit – Jean Watkins

Photo with Peaceful Valley: (Left to Right, Carol Saldivar (President, WHCC), Jean Watkins (Founder/Board Chair, WHCC), Joanne Migliozzi (Friends of Mesquite Animal Shelter), Joan Dunkle (Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue), Karen Taylor (We Care for Animals), Bunny Wiseman (Loyalty Service Dogs), Volunteers (black shirts) from Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue. Kneeling – Nancy Bane (Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue) and PVDR Volunteer. Photo Credit – Rosealee Lee, who also attended. She is WHCC’s Director-At-Large (not shown)

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