11:00 am Kick off: Kim Banach, Executive Director Welcome and exciting news!
11:05 am: Meet Marcy, WINC’s Virginia Opossum Education Ambassador and Erin Toohey, Wildlife Educator.
Noon: Tune in to hear Mandy Feavel, Director of Animal Care, share patient highlights about the Red-tailed Hawk story & see the release.
1:00 pm: Join us to meet Alex Schlecht, Raptor Training Specialist, as she shares details about WINC’s Operating Training program and see footage of staff working with two of WINC’s raptors, Dakota, the Great Horned Owl and Raenah the Red-tailed Hawk. Plus, a surprise announcement!!
2:00 pm: Meet Evie, WINC’s Eastern Fox Snake and Angela Nirk, Wildlife Educator.
3:00 pm: Next up is Mitch Ruiz, Wildlife Rehabilitator giving insight about a renesting Great Horned Owlets and re-uniting them with their wild parents!
4:00 pm: You won’t want to miss this amazing story and release of a critically injured Bald Eagle, hosted by Mandy Feavel
5:00 pm:: Tune in with Alexa Cushman, Wildlife Rehabilitator, hear an amazing story about this Eastern Screech Owl and watch its release back to the wild!
5:05 pm: Tune in for a special message from Wayne Grandy, Board President and Founder of WINC.
5:10 pm: Kim Banach, Executive Director shares her gratitude to all of WINC’s supporters and presents a heartwarming video.
We would also like to extend our gratitude to our loyal sponsors, listed below. WINC’s ability to achieve its mission is dependent on their support as well. Thank you table sponsors:
Tom and Mary Roberts
Wayne and Kathy Grandy
We are so very thankful for you and our family of supporters. It is because of your generosity that we are able to continue help provide the essential wildlife medical care and treatment along with quality wildlife education programs for our communities. We could not do this without you!
Annual Fine Wine & Dine, Saturday, October 17th, 2020, Facebook Virtual Event
Hallo-WINC, Wildlife In Need Center Virtual Event , Saturday, October 24th, 2020, 3:00 pm-5:00 pm
Spaghetti Dinner, Cancelled – Check back next year for a 2021 date!
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