Jun 01 2018

SEADOGS Beach Walk Raises $3,095 For Charleston Animal Society

By Mitch Pulwer for The Island Connection

SEADOGS, the Seabrook Island dog and beach advocacy group, held its annual Beach Walk on April 19 on North Beach. The Beach Walk is a tradition that has helped the Seabrook Island community combine fun for dogs (and their humans) with charitable giving to worthy Charleston animal causes.

The Beach Walk attracted about 50 dogs. All had a tremendous amount of fun enjoying beautiful weather and the great beach. SEADOGS was also honored to host staff and volunteers from Charleston Animal Society. In fact, the staff brought four beautiful rescue dogs that enjoyed their day at the beach, and hopefully, have since found wonderful homes. The event also had the purpose of raising money for this great charity.

An amazing total of $1095 was donated to the Charleston Animal Society by participants at the event. The SEADOGS Presidents’ challenge contributed another $2000 bringing the grand total raised for Charleston Animal Society to $3095. Congratulations and thanks to everyone who participated in the Beach Walk and the giving. Only on Seabrook Island could this happen!

SEADOGS will be participating in a few local events; details will be announced soon. You can be a part of this important community organization. Membership is $25 per year.

For more information about the SEADOGS, contact either Mitch Pulwer at mjpulw@yahoo.com or Jerry Cummin at hutchiejerrycummin@gmail.com.

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