Racy ladies night raises funds for CROW

Nicole Overbury, Shirley Kennidy, Nadine Smith and Sophia Allison enjoy a glass of bubbly at the CROW fundraiser. PHOTO: Alice Zejglic

A RACY ladies’ night raised much-needed funds for Yellowwood Park’s Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW).

The Burlesque-themed ladies’ night took place at Café Vacca Matta and was sponsored by Satin Candy on Tuesday, 4 July.

The women were treated to a welcome drink, a performance by Man International, hosted by Damon Beard and naughty quiz by Mistress Bellicious, with plenty of exciting prizes won.

“Over 130 women supported this event to help raise funds towards the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife. Without these type of events and supportive public, CROW would not be able to achieve what they do.

CROW thanks all the generous sponsors who were eager to contribute towards the event,” said CROW marketing and communications officer, Chandré De Bruyn.

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