Ladies night in aid of Crow

2017-06-27 06:00
Getting ready for the event (back) Sips Biyase, Duran Krummeck from Man International and (front) Jacelyn Zwart from Crow and Amy Minnie from Satin Candy.Photo: Supplied

Getting ready for the event (back) Sips Biyase, Duran Krummeck from Man International and (front) Jacelyn Zwart from Crow and Amy Minnie from Satin Candy.Photo: Supplied

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THE Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife (Crow) is hosting a burlesque themed ladies night at Café Vacca Matta in Florida Road, on Tuesday, 4 July at 7.30pm.

Sponsoring the event this year, is Satin Candy, an upmarket lingerie store that ensures personal attention in a discreet environment, while correctly fitting you in a gorgeous bra that is supportive and comfortable to wear.

Sandra Thomas said: “As a retailer, I believe in giving back to deserving causes and truly believe in the work that Crow does for animals that need rescue and rehabilitation”. This is ultimately the reason we are sponsoring this particular event.”

Upon arrival, ladies will receive a complimentary welcome drink to get the night started, with a lineup of entertainment hosted by Damon Beard, a performance from the hunks at Man International, as well as a fun quiz and prizes up for grabs.

The funds raised at the event will go towards the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife.

The tickets are on sale for R200 and includes snacks. To buy a ticket, contact Jacelyn Zwart on 031 462 1127 or email - Supplied.

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