Thank you to everyone who came out to Fur Kids Foundation’s first Watermelon Eating Contest on Saturday, August 5. We had 23 people register for the contest—raising $230 to help Campbell County Wyoming families with emergency veterinary care! Below are the winners of the contest in their age category:
Fur Kids Foundation wants to give a huge thank you to our supporters for this event. They helped us by donating watermelons and gifts for all of the categories. Thank you to: Bomgaars; Gypsy Jack; Teacher's Corner Kid's Mart; The Rusty Bucket; Toolpushers Supply Co.; and Universal Athletics.
The Fur Kids Foundation board wants to give a HUGE thank you to volunteer Joanne Engelhaupt for working with the Campbell County Fair Board for many months to arrange the Watermelon Eating Contest, as well as chairing the committee of volunteers tasked with putting together the event. And thank you to the committee of volunteers who helped make this successful: Fawna Sylvester Bartow, Crystal Ninas and Laura Miller. A big thank you to those volunteers who helped at the event: Jill Matson and her daughter Abbie, Fawna Sylvester Bartow, Daiton Bartow, Donna Lhotak-Crippen and Tiffany R. Sylvester.
“Yesterday was so much fun! Watching the youngest category was my favorite category, those little kids DESTROYED those watermelons,” says FKF board president Mary Melaragno.
Thank you again for supporting Fur Kids Foundation in this new event – we sure hope to make it happen again in 2018.
Did you know that Fur Kids Foundation is a 100% volunteer ran organization? We're able to help sweet animals and their families because of the dedication of our volunteers who plan and work fundraisers, promote the organization and support our community. Our volunteers are our heroes. If you are interested in learning how you can help us help more animals in Campbell County, Wyoming, please complete our application online or email Fur Kids Foundation at email@example.com.
Created in November 2011, the Fur Kids Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides education and aid to promote the well-being of animals in Campbell County.
Your donation saves lives. It goes to work helping animals in Campbell County receive adequate veterinary care during a time when their family may not be able to afford it. Please contact the Foundation to learn more or donate now using PayPal.