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'Tails at Twilight' benefits Valley Humane Society

Paradise beckons as gala serves up a tropical island affair

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The Valley Humane Society invites everyone to enjoy a taste of paradise with friends, ohana and animal lovers at its sixth annual "Tails at Twilight" gala from 6-11 p.m. March 6.

The exotic island affair, being held at Casa Real at Ruby Hill Winery, 410 Vineyard Ave., celebrates the bond with beloved companion animals while raising funds for animal rescue, humane education and community service efforts.

The escape begins with a champagne reception, followed by hors d'oeuvres, a full no-host bar, and an elegant seated dinner. Live and silent auctions and dancing complete the evening.

Tickets are available at valleyhumane.org for $150 per person, and guests will dress in their tropical best to impress. For tickets, visit valleyhumane.org or call 426-8656.

Auction items will include a case of Hall Winery wines with tasting passes, a five-night stay in Kauai, Warriors tickets, and a five-course seasonal harvest dinner with wine pairings and bocce.

Last year's popular Ambassadog package will make a reappearance, offering one lucky Pleasanton resident the exclusive opportunity to have his or her canine named the city's official Ambassadog for 2020.

Proceeds from the gala benefit Valley Humane Society's lifesaving animal welfare programs and life-enriching community services, such as Canine Comfort pet therapy, which offers therapeutic pet visitations to children with cancer, Alzheimer's patients, veterans and others.

"Tails at Twilight" is presented by Jeff and Doris Hank. Sponsorship opportunities are still available; call 426-8656 for information.

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