This is the sequel of the very popular event offered in March – a slow flow Hatha yoga class suitable for almost all levels. OHRR Bunnies will be at the event and may wander among you during this class. Thanks to Yoga instructor and OHRR adopter and supporter, Melanie Zeigler, and the OHRR bunny “wranglers” for making this event possible!
Register on EventBrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/yoga-for-the-bunnies-tickets-35351573508 . Space is limited. Minimum Donation: $15
OHRR Day at The Candle Lab in Worthington
Buy pre-poured candles right off the shelf (the scents are very wonderful and unique!), or sit down at the Fragrance Bar and blend scents together to create your own custom combinations. OHRR receives 20% of all retail sales on this day. You can even browse their website for products, then call in an order, and it will count toward our total. (On-line sales do not count.) No pre-registration needed, just show up anytime during the day.
A chance to pamper your bunny buddy. Similar to the Spa at BunFest, this quarterly event offers two services – nail clipping ($12) and grooming ($8). Email Jo Allsop at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot so you won’t have to wait, or just drop in and “take a number”. Many thanks to Laura Vaughn and her Spa team for helping with this event!
MIdwest BunFest 2017 is on Saturday, October 14 from 9:30 – 5:00. You HAVE to be there!!! New info is appearing frequently on the Midwest BunFest website, www.midwestbunfest.org!
Chris Baker presenting check to Bev May
Many OHRR volunteers and supporters extend their impact for OHRR by giving thru their workplace. We have supporters who give through major Columbus employers such as Chase, Battelle, IBM, Verizon, Nordstrom, Nationwide, and via United Way. Sometimes, that gift (or one you make directly to OHRR) can be matched by your employer, multiplying the impact for the bunnies!
In another example of a way to give, one of OHRR’s long-time volunteers, Chris Baker, arranged for OHRR to be the charity of the month as a part of her employer’s, (Nexeo Solutions) Great Place To Work group, Chris’ colleagues combined to donate $750 to OHRR.
Also, Kim Eplin, a Lead Volunteer at the Adoption Center, and her husband Jon, who own their own company (https://www.drjonshandcraftedsoapco.com) have not only sponsored OHRR’s Putting for the Bunnies event, but have also designated a portion of their profits from January 2017 to OHRR.
We thank everyone who has given through their workplace and encourage you to look into the possibility!