Kings Charter EVB Holds Fundraiser for Hanover Humane
Apr19

Kings Charter EVB Holds Fundraiser for Hanover Humane

During the Month of March, the Kings Branch of EVB at 9495 Charter Gate Drive in Ashland held a supply and funds drive for the Hanover Humane Society. The event was coordinated by Sherry Jenkins, Assistant Branch Manager, and Josh Holder, Branch Manager. Customers and employees donated food, treats, and other supplies as well as made monetary donations to help the animals in Hanover Humane’s Adoption Program. On March 31st, a representative from Hanover Humane visited EVB and brought a special furry friend along so everyone could meet him. Chip, a former Hanover Humane Society pup, greeted everyone in the Bank, and people were eager to hear Chip’s “story” of how his sisters, brothers, and mother were lucky enough to be taken in by the Hanover Humane Society. Chip had a great afternoon! In addition to all the supplies and donated items, EVB’s Branch Manager, Josh Holder, presented Hanover Humane with a Cashier’s Check for $89.     The Hanover Humane Society is a 501( c) 3 non-profit entity located at 12190 Washington Highway in Ashland, Virginia. In addition to offering Private Boarding and Grooming Services for dog and cats, the Hanover Humane Society provides animal adoption, education, and prevention services for residents in Hanover County, Virginia and the surrounding...

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Thank you Jessica Robertson!
Jun01

Thank you Jessica Robertson!

Our many thanks to Jessica Robertson for the $800 in donations the Hanover Humane Society received as a result of the 2014 “Ashland Goes to the Dogs” Photography Event. This is the Fourth Year that Jessica Robertson has held this fundraiser for us, and we’re very grateful for her...

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Liberty SCA Kiss the Pig Event
Apr04

Liberty SCA Kiss the Pig Event

Recently, the SCA officers and representatives at Liberty Middle School, with oversight from their advisors, Rhonda Booth and Christian Edwards, worked to organize a “Kiss the Pig” fundraiser. Using spare change as a “vote,” the community service project allowed LMS students to “vote” for their favorite teacher(s) they wanted to see “Kiss the Pig.” Once the “winners” were chosen, “Petunia” the pig and her owner visited with the students so that the teachers could meet and kiss Petunia. Petunia enjoyed all the attention, and the students enjoyed meeting Petunia! In total, the event raised $198.70 which was donated to the Hanover Humane Society. The Hanover Humane Society, located at 12190 Washington Highway in Ashland is a recognized IRS non-profit 501 ( c) 3 entity. Its mission is to support animal welfare through its adoption, education, and prevention...

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Fourth Annual Doggie Days Golf Tournament
Aug27

Fourth Annual Doggie Days Golf Tournament

On July 18, 2013 the “9 Hole Ladies League” of Hanover Country Club sponsored its Fourth Annual “Doggie Days” Tournament. The event, organized to benefit the Hanover Humane Society, featured twenty-seven (27) players, three players per designated nine (9) holes on Hanover Country Club’s Golf Course. To further emphasize the pet theme, each hole was decorated with cat, dog, and even bird hole sponsor signs! Tournament organizer, Suzanne Harman, worked with Mike King, Golf Pro at Hanover Country Club, to promote and produce the event. The proceeds from this event yielded $1100 in donations for the Hanover Humane Society! Many thanks go to “Fat Cat” and Mark from Fin and Feather in Ashland for sponsoring four holes in the tournament. The 16 hole sponsors included the Air Force Eagle, many neighborhood dogs and cats, and several backyard birds! The winning team of Kris Holt, Jeanne Trible and Mary Rowe received gift certificates from Homemades by Suzanne. The Hanover Humane Society is a private 501(c)3 non-profit recognized by the IRS. All funding for the organization is derived from private fundraising and development initiatives. The Hanover Humane Society does not receive any public funding. Hanover Humane’s mission is to support animal welfare through its adoption, education, and prevention efforts....

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“Doggie Days” at Hanover Country Club
Aug31

“Doggie Days” at Hanover Country Club

On July 25, 2012 the “9 Hole Ladies League” of Hanover Country Club sponsored its Third Annual “Doggie Days” Tournament. The event, organized to benefit the Hanover Humane Society, featured twenty-seven (27) players, three players per designated nine (9) holes on Hanover Country Club’s Golf Course. To further add to the animal theme, each hole was decorated with cat, dog, and even bird hole sponsor signs. Tournament Organizer, Suzanne Harman, worked with Jeffrey Cornwell, General Manager of Hanover Country Club, to promote and produce the event. The proceeds from this event yielded over $850 in donations for the Hanover Humane Society! Many thanks go to “Fat Cat” and Mark from Fin and Feather in Ashland for sponsoring four holes in the tournament and providing four prizes. Additional supporters included James River Cellars Winery in Glen Allen for donating bottles of wine that were used as door prizes. Bruce and Meredith Bass, owners of “Wild Birds Unlimited” in Short Pump provided a bird feeder and seed for a door prize on the “birdie” hole. The “Eagle” hole was sponsored by the Air Force...

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“Doggie Days” at Hanover Country Club
Aug30

“Doggie Days” at Hanover Country Club

On July 28, 2011 the “Hanover Country Club’s Nine Hole” Ladies Golf Group sponsored its SecondAnnual “Doggie Days” Tournament. The event, organized to benefit the Hanover Humane Society,featured twenty-seven (27) players, three players per designated nine (9) holes on Hanover CountryClub’s Golf Course. Tournament Organizer, Suzanne Harman, worked with Jeffrey Cornwell, GeneralManager of Hanover Country Club, and Hanover Country Club’s new Golf Pro, Michael King to promoteand produce the event.The proceeds from this event yielded a $650 donation for the HanoverHumane Society! Union First Market Bank provided each of the participants with a “doggie” bag, complete with UFMBliterature and premiums. Additional “goodies” were donated by Hanover Humane Society, ProgressiveInsurance, and MetLife. Union First Market Bank also provided the signage for each hole on the 9-holecourse while Bank of America provided a matching donation for the...

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