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The 1873 Society Club hosts the 2012 Humane Event to benefit Atlanta Humane Society
The 1873 Society Club hosts the 2012 Humane Event to benefit Atlanta Humane Society

ATLANTA (August 27, 2012) – Atlanta Humane Society’s Junior Board, the 1873 Society Club, hosts the third annual Humane Event benefiting the Howell Mill Animal Awareness Clinic on Thursday, October 18 beginning at 7 p.m. The fundraising fête returns to the Summerour Studio in West Midtown and is led by co-chairs Johanna Ellis, Marian Goldberg and Kitsy Rose. Guests can enjoy cocktails and bites from favorite Atlanta restaurants including Aja, Cruzado, D.B.A. Barbeque, JCT Kitchen, Miso Izakaya, The Optimist, The Shed at Glenwood, Spice Market, Tantra, Yum BunZ and Whiskey Park; bid on silent auction packages; and dance the night away to a live performance by up and coming Atlanta DJ, Kidd Koby Roc.

Tickets are $75 per person or $1,000 at the ‘Friends of 1873 Society Club’ level for two tickets to the patron party on October 2, two VIP tickets to the event and a name listing in the event program. The event is likely to sell out as space is limited. Summerour Studio is located at 409 Bishop Street NW. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.atlantahumane.org/who/1873_society_club.asp.

Event sponsors include Wilmington Trust, Bryan Brooks and John Haupert, Mark Molinari, and Bryan Cave. The host committee includes Stacey Aiello, Dee Dee Atta, Sari Bernstein, Sarah Chambers, Christy Errico Abrams, Lauren Forbes and Lindsey Hardegree. The organization of the event was done solely by the Atlanta Human Society’s Junior Board, the 1873 Society Club. The group consists of Sam Henderson, Ben Quigley, Bill Heckelman, Natalie Holloway, Rebecca Holton, Brent Howard, Rebecca Keller, Paola Kovacic, Ellie Lee, Theron McLarty, Katy Purwin, Elizabeth Rickenbaker, Krysten Rose-McCully, Stefanie Roth, Dana Seith, Carly Sinclair, Paige Smith, James Stark, John Stupka, Kate Thacker and Jennifer Wagner.

About 1873 Society Club

In October 2009, the Atlanta Humane Society Board of Directors created a junior board, the 1873 Club, comprised of young professionals and philanthropists devoted to raising awareness and funds to support the mission of the Atlanta Humane Society. Our mission is combating animal cruelty and overpopulation by raising awareness and funds to support the Atlanta Humane Society’s Howell Mill Wellness Clinic. This state-of-the-art animal hospital not only provides veterinary care to the community at affordable prices, but also provides no-cost critical care to many animals subjected to abuse and cruelty.

About Atlanta Humane Society

Founded in 1873, the Atlanta Humane Society and Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Inc. is the oldest private nonprofit animal welfare organization in Atlanta and one of the oldest humane agencies in America. Services such as adoptions, charitable veterinary clinic, pet facilitated therapy, animal behavior hot-line, low cost spay/neuter services, pet food bank and canine play yards are possible by generous contributions of time and money from the public. The mission of the Atlanta Humane Society is to prevent neglect, abuse, cruelty and exploitation of animals and to assure that their interests and well-being are fully, effectively and humanely protected by an aware and caring society. For more information about the Atlanta Humane Society visit www.atlantahumane.org or call 404-875-5331. 

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