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Tucson-Eastside: Greyt Escape-Bead Drive Contest Drop-Off 2010/11/24

Posted by greyhoundsrule in Beading Divas to the Rescue, Greyhounds Rule/News.
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Tucson-Eastside:  Greyt Escape is Bead Drive Contest Drop-Off

Beads are starting to come in…

The Beading Divas to the Rescue  need your beads to make bracelets to benefit animal charities.  So far the Beading Divas have given over $23,000 to 16 charities in 4 states by selling one $20 bracelet at a time.

And we’re running out of beads…hence, the Bead Drive.

To make it convenient for people on the Tucson’s eastside, south eastside, Tanque Verde area, and Vail, you can drop off beads at the Greyt Escape (near Freeman/Broadway) or you can take your beads to the Rincon Valley Farmers Market on Old Spanish Trail on Saturday, November 27, and look for the Greyt Escape table on the artisan side of the barn.  (from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.)

Be sure to label your beads with your name/contact info/ and the name of a 501 c3 animal charity that you would like to win bracelet sales for Feb. 2011. A random drawing will be held in early Jan. 2011.

The Greyt Escape is a home away from home for pet greyhounds. The Greyt Escape provides doggy daycare and overnight accommodations for pet greyhounds. Dogs enjoy the comforts of home here and may not want to go home. Greyt Escape also makes accessories for dogs and people.

Contact Greyt Escape at 955-9061 to arrange a bead drop off.

Look in your jewelry box, yard sale, thrift store, craft box for beads. More bead drive info here.

Got Beads? Bead Drive Contest 2010


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