The Humane Society of Central Arizona wishes to thank the many sponsors, contributors, friends, volunteers and attendees who came together to make the June 4, “Reds, Whites, Bronzes and Bluegrass” fund-raiser a remarkable day and a major success for the animals who share our journey.
The monies raised will help us provide compassionate care and shelter for the ever-increasing numbers of lost, abandoned, and homeless animals of central Arizona who come
through our doors. The funds will further improve the lives of animals through community outreach and placement in appropriate and loving homes.
We are especially grateful to George and Vickie Randall and the Randall family for hosting the event at their beautiful Randall Ranch and for preparing and setting up the property for the event. They graciously accommodated our needs and saw to the many details to ensure a perfect day; we are also very grateful to Mark Lyon, winemaker for Sebastiani Vineyards; and to Jacque Cook, managing owner of Coronado Vineyards.
Many thanks to the Beverage Place, Bill Enlund, Carroll Colasardo, Chaparral Pines, Crabdree Insurance, Diane Reid, Fox 10 KSAZ TV, Gary Vohs, Ginger and Rob Ingram, Joanne Conlin, KMOG, Kenwood Inn and Spa, Kokopelli Dog & Puppy Training, LipStory, Massage & Skin Care by Frances, Navarro Gallery, Payson Fire Department, Payson Gila County Sheriff’s Posse, Payson Roundup, Postnet, Rim Rejuvenation & Body Work, Roy Haught & Waste Matters, Rusty Lyon, Safeway, Senior Center, SRJ Homes, Susan Klecka, and Wrangler Plumbing.
We are also grateful for the creative team, ticket captains and corps of volunteers including Audra Daughtery, Bev Brunner, Bob Coar, Bobby Stephens, Betty Raveling, Carol Johnson, Cathy Buckish, Cathy Semmens, Christine Andrade, Cynthia Lanahan, Debbie Sanders, Jack Raveling, Jane Hock, Jeanette Chaney, Jere Jarrell, Joanne Travis, John Wakelin, Judy Fox, Judy Signeski, Julie Coleman, Kim Ross, Larry Coleman, Linda Nannizzi, Martha Mitchell, Mary Dana, Matt Brabb, Mitzi Brabb, Nancy Purkey, Pam Elzey, Paula Harmon, Peggy Campbell, Phil Daughtery, Rebecca George, Sharry Jarrell, Steven Semmons, Susan Andersen, Susan Schuett, Ted Harmon, Teri Jimerson, Terry Weisser, Tim Hilgendorf and Todd Braeger.
The generosity and support for the Humane
Society of Central Arizona comes from the wonderful and generous citizens of Payson and surrounding communities, and throughout the state and beyond. On behalf of the animals who share our journey we give special thanks to the countless individuals who take action and make a positive difference. We are truly all one community with a focused mission to make things better for animals, “because they matter.”
Sarah Hock, executive director