April 26th is just a few days away, so I’m doing another promo for the Wounded Warriors fundraiser that White Knight Derek Ryder and Debutante Lilith Thorne of Tacoma, WA will be hosting at the Poodle Dog restaurant in Fife, WA.
Derek and Lilith have worked very hard to make this event a success and I’m sure that their efforts will result in a fantastic evening of fun and frolic. I am so proud I am of them and of how hard they’ve worked for this wonderful cause. If you’re reading this and live within driving distance of Fife, WA, please consider stopping by the Poodle Dog on April 26th to support Derek and Lilith’s fundraiser. There will be some top of the line entertainment, and a silent auction for some great items, including two signed photos of Ruth Buzzi that she sent specifically for this event.
I’ve done a couple of posts on this subject, and I’ve asked you to please write a check for $1.00 and mail it in as a contribution to this fundraiser. Some of you have already done that, and I can’t tell you how much I appreciate it. Today, I’m asking the rest of you to google Wounded Warriors and take a quick look at the services they provide, and then send a dollar to add to the success of this event. I know it may seem like a lot of work to write a check and address an envelope to mail a buck, but when compared to what our wounded and disabled service members have done for us, it’s a very small thing.
Please make your check out to ISCOTDEC, and write Wounded Warriors on the subject line. The mailing address is:
PO Box 488
Granted, a dollar is not a lot of money, and if you’d like to send more it will be greatly appreciated. But those dollars will add up, and when they’re added to the money raised the night of the show, they’ll make a real difference in a Wounded Warrior’s life. Just think – your dollar, giving someone hope and helping them to rebuild a life that they might have thought was beyond repair. It’s a buck, and a little bit of your time. What a great way to spend five minutes!
Thank you so much for the dollars sent, and for the dollars that are on their way. $1.00 won’t change the world, but it can certainly help to change a life.