When:
May 18, 2019 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
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Where:
Berkshire Money Management
161 Main Street
Dalton
MA 01226
Cost:
125
Contact:
(413) 447-7878 ext. 131

This special event is presented by Berkshire Money Management.

On May 18, Berkshire Money Management presents a “Celebration of Compassion & Cocktails” benefiting Berkshire Humane Society. This festive fete will feature Diane Roadcap, a nationally renowned Animal Communicator, among other performers. Guests will enjoy locally-crafted hors d’oeuvres and an open bar while bidding on both silent and live auction items. Tickets are $125. Guests are encouraged to bring a photo of a pet, past or present, as they may be selected for an individual reading.

Saturday, May 18, 2019
4:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Model Farm, 161 Main Street, Dalton, MA

Tickets are $125 and include heavy hors d’oeuvres, open bar & entertainment. Call (413) 447-7878 ext. 131 to purchase.
Guests are invited to bring a photo of a pet, either past or present. Festive attire.

About Diane Roadcap, Nationally Renowned Animal Communicator
Diane Roadcap is one of the nation’s foremost Animal Communicators, helping thousands of pet owners understand their spiritual and physical connection to the animals with whom they share their life. She has been reading the thoughts of animals since she was a small child when her gift was uncovered, and she continues today, helping to locate lost pets, stop animal abuse, and find cures for unexplained illnesses. Her passion to help animals and those who love them has been recognized and honored, earning her the title of America’s Great Animal Communicator. Through her brilliant and uncanny connection with animals, Diane communicates with pets to share with people why animals do the things they do. Learn more at animalstalktoo.com where you can contact Diane and book a private consultation.

About Berkshire Humane Society
Since opening its doors 27 years ago, Berkshire Humane Society has sheltered more than 50,000 pets, promoting and improving the welfare of all companion animals. Each year, our programming—from Humane Education to Family Dog School—touches the lives of thousands of people and animals. This work is only possible because of the support of people like YOU. As a private, open-admission shelter, we depend solely on the generosity of our community. Thank you for sharing your compassion with our
shelter and all the homeless animals of the Berkshires and beyond.