American Artisans would like to invite everyone to their 3rd annual fundraiser for Tommy Young and the Arkansas Native Plant & Wildlife Center. Springtime brings many new babies into the Center, and it takes a lot to feed and care for the large population that arrives this time of year.
“Each of us knows what it costs to feed our dogs and cats per week. Multiply that by 100 and you will not even get close to the needs that must be met each week,” said Lyn Dilbeck, avid supporter of the Wildlife Hospital. The Center has no local or federal funding and must depend on donations to keep the doors open, to continually take in all the injured and orphaned birds and animals in the surrounding areas.
If you would like to help out the Wildlife Hospital and enjoy a great meal while listening to Young share his thoughts on our natural world, consider sharing the evening with them. Donna Chrisman at American Artisans will be making her famous homemade chicken pot pies. The meal will also include broccoli cauliflower salad, a cookie, and tea or water. The cost of the meal will be donation only. All proceeds will go to the Arkansas Native Plant and Wildlife Center for the care and feeding of the Spring arrivals. Organizers encourage everyone to stop by American Artisans on April 8th from 5:30 to 7:30 at 615 Mena St. Enjoy a delicious meal and Save A Life!