July 25, 2009 - APA of Missouri's PAWsuit
What: 3rd Annual Trivia Night
Where: Kirkwood Community Center, 111 S. Geyer Road, St. Louis, MO
When: July 25, 2009
Time: 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Ticket Prices: Table of Eight $200 included beer, soda, water
Beneficiary: Animal Protective Association of Missouri's homeless and unwanted animals
Executive Director: Steve Kaufman
Staff: Lacey Baethke, Director of Operations; Tony Chance, Business Manager; Denise Dietsch, DVM, Director of Veterinary Clinic; Becky Krueger, Director of Education & Public Relations; Delray Nichols, Management Information Systems Supervisor; Sandy Peters, Director of Development; Julie Pickering, Adoption Supervisor; Stephanie Stephan, Volunteer Manager; Robin Wood, Special Events Coordinator
Sponsors: Platinum Level Sponsors: One Hope Network, dk David Kodner (Personal Jewler), Swank Motion Pictures, Inc., Big Shark Bicycle Company, St. Louis Aces, The Face & Body Day Spa for Men and Women, The Pasta House Company, World Martial Arts Academy
Information: Becky Krueger 314-645-4610, ext. 124
Event Coordinator: Robin Wood
Board of Directors: Maureen Bettman, Brad Bishop, President, Terry Block, Bill Durham, Steve Harrison, Charles Hoessle, George Horn, Jim Irwin, DVM, Jon B. Jouris, Treasurer, Diane Lacey, John McGinty, Kate Sackett, Martin Schweig, David Zeigler, Vice President, Joni Houston-Lewis, Advisory Board
Blacktie Photos by: Justin Hebenstreit
Laura Mader, Michelle and David Kodner
APA of Missouri's PAWsuits
The Animal Protective Association of Missouri hosted its 3rd Annual Trivia Night, PAWsuits, at the Kirkwood Community Center, Saturday, July 25, 2009. The participants demonstrated their knowledge as they attempted to answer challenging questions posed by the moderator.
The cost of $200 per team of eight included beer, soda, and water, but everyone also could bring their own food and beverage. Additionally, a huge silent auction, raffle, and 50/50 drawing contributed to the fanfare. The net proceeds from the Trivia Night benefited the homeless and unwanted animals served by the APA.
The Raffle offered a wide array of baskets filled with local businesses' merchandise. The silent auction had numerous items available to entice bids. The selection ranged from custom dog or cat stepping stones to a Ladies Felt Fetish Bicycle donated by Big Shark Bicycle Company, just to name a few. You also could quench your thirst by successfully bidding on a case of icy cold Fitz's Root Beer.
To add a little excitement to the evening's events, APA put a new twist on the tried and true 50/50 drawing. By using festive Mardi Gras beaded necklaces, the more you were wearing, even if you lost the heads/tails toss, you still could stay in the game. Finally, in one of the rounds, the category involved APA trivia, and all you needed to do was "read" the walls for the right answers!
The Animal Protective Association of Missouri is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing people and pets together, advancing humane education and creating programs beneficial to the human/animal bond.
For more information about the APA's PAWsuit, please contact Becky Krueger at 314-645-4610, ext. 124, or visit the website, www.apamo.org