Local Court Reporting Business
Organizes Second Fundraiser for Norfolk SPCA Featuring
The Fuzz Band
NORFOLK - The Norfolk SPCA is proud to announce
that Woofstock is coming back to Norfolk! Just as
when the first Woofstock was held in 2016, the event's
proceeds this year will help the homeless cats and
dogs cared for by the shelter.
Woofstock II will feature The Fuzz Band's fusion
of urban and rock music. The event takes place on
Saturday, January 13 from 8:00 p.m. to midnight
at Charlie's American Café, located at 4024
Granby Street in Norfolk. Tickets are $10 per person
and will be sold at the door.
Woofstock II is sponsored by Penny Wile Court Reporting,
a Norfolk-based business providing both national
and international court reporting services.
Ted Warren, the owner of Charlie's, will donate
10% of dinner sales for the evening to the Norfolk
SPCA's animal care programs.
"I am a major animal lover and a big fan of
the Norfolk SPCA, so I am happy to be able to raise
funds for so many dogs and cats in need," said
Penny Wile, owner of the court reporting business.
"In 2017, we raised $2,600 to help the shelter
and I am looking forward to topping that this year.
I thank both The Fuzz Band and Charlie's American
Café for their assistance in bringing comfort
to animals who need it."
The Norfolk SPCA is deeply grateful to Penny Wile
not only for this event that provides the shelter
with much-needed resources, but also for her help
in so many other ways.
"We heartily thank Penny for all she does to
help the animals who rely on our no-kill adoption
center and affordable public veterinary clinic,"
explained Rob Blizard, Norfolk SPCA's Executive
Director. "So many animals need our support.
Sheltering them and providing them medical care
can be an expensive endeavor. As a result, we are
thrilled when a friend of our charity like Penny
takes it upon herself to ask the community for financial
contributions and be successful."