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  • Princesses are among the guests at Dog Happy Hour held at CJ's on the Bay, March 25. Karen C. Saeks, President of Bedtime Bundles, said she was 'thrilled and amazed' by the success of the first Doggy Happy Hour fundraiser. 'I give it two paws up,' she exclaimed.The goal was to raise at least $5,000, which was greatly exceeded by the collection of more than $17,000, Saeks reported after the event. 'We are bursting at the seams with pride and wanted to share this news with you.'
EAGLE i Karen Saeks, President of Bedtime Bundles
  • Scenes from March 25 Doggy Happy Hour at CJ's on the Bay.
  • Scenes from March 25 Doggy Happy Hour held at CJ's on the Bay to benefit Bedtime Bundles. The event raised more than $17,000.
  • Scenes from March 25 Doggy Happy Hour at CJ's on the Bay.
  • Scenes from March 25 Doggy Happy Hour at CJ's on the Bay.
  • Scenes from March 25 Doggy Happy Hour at CJ's on the Bay.
  • Scenes from March 25 Doggy Happy Hour at CJ's on the Bay.
  • Scenes from March 25 Doggy Happy Hour at CJ's on the Bay.
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  • Scenes from March 25 Doggy Happy Hour at CJ's on the Bay.

Doggie Happy Hour raises more than $17,000, March 25, for Bedtime Bundles to benefit immigrant farm workers and their families. The event at CJ's on the Bay included a fashion show, raffle and costume contest. Karen Saeks, President of Bedtime Bundles, said she was 'thrilled and amazed' by the success of the first Doggy Happy Hour fundraiser. 'I give it two paws up,' she exclaimed.The goal was to raise at least $5,000, which was greatly exceeded by the collection of more than $17,000, Saeks reported after the event. 'We are bursting at the seams with pride and wanted to share this news with you.' EAGLE i Karen Saeks, President of Bedtime Bundles

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