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Walk for the Animals!

Here’s a wonderful effort to support! The Washington Humane Society is behind the DC Walk for the Animals & Pet-A-Palooza. 100% of the proceeds stay in the DC area to help fund Washington Humane Society programs and services such as: local adoption programs, spay/neuter, Humane Law Enforcement, Humane Education, and behavior and training classes.

My friend Sumita has been a loyal supporter! You can donate by visiting this page!

 

Pink Painted bikini and big hearts Race for the Cure

The sun was shining and the pink was popping at the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in DC. There were so many inspirational stories. While hosting the pre-show I met awesome people like a guy who painted a pink bikini on him in name of his grandmother who has breast cancer. Andrea Roane shined as the Mistress of Ceremonies and the WUSA9 booth in Komen Village created a mob fest! So much fun! Thank you to all who came out!

MORE: DC Newsbabes raise thousands at Bash

Morning bud Mike Hydeck who ran the race

Pamela Sorensen and Tara DeNicolas showed up!

WUSA’s Mike Hydeck, Brett Haber and Topper Shutt

WUSA’s Steve Houk hands out the popular pink bag!

Our roaming reporters Lindsey Mastis and Elizabeth Jia

Ann Hand “Fashion for Paws” Bracelet

The Ann Hand Fashion for Paws bracelet is here!

These adorable gold bracelets read, ‘Animals are not our whole lives, but they make our lives whole.‘  20% of the proceeds will benefit the Washington Human Society.

ORDER HERE!

Fashion for Paws: Big names, big money

The area’s biggest animal fashion fundraiser of the year raised $520,000 for the Washington Humane Society. Entertainment Tonight’s fashion expert Lawrence Zarian served as honorary host at the annual Fashion for Paws runway show. A string of reality show stars, athletes and DC movers and shakers walked the runway. More here

Crunch time for Fashion for Paws Models

Start your countdown! We are just 3 weeks away from DC’s elite fashion event of the year: The Washington Humane Society’s annual Fashion for Paws show.

Fundraising models like April Jones Firoozabadi have to raise $3,000 to walk their dog down the catwalk during the event. April held a charity event at Salon Daniel in McLean and raised more than 2-thousand dollars, the most money made ever in the show’s history by a single model at one event! Last year the show raised nearly $350,000 for animals in need.

Fashion for Paws will be at the National Building Museum on April 9th and expected to attend are DC’s A-List media personalities,  athletes, politicians and business leaders.

General Admission is sold out but you can still get VIP tickets at fashionforpaws.org

MORE: Watch Angie’s F4P Report on WUSA9

Vineyard Vines hosts pet photo shoot with Santa!

Fashionistas and their pooches visited Santa Clause at Georgetown’s Vineyard Vines for a Fashion for Paws shopping benefit! Human guests received 10% off VV merchandise and were treated holiday cookies and cupcakes. But don’t forget about man’s best friend…dogs were invited too for a pet photo shoot with Santa. Pet photo purchases and 10% of Vineyard Vine revenues from the event were donated to the Washington Humane Society. The new F4P 2011 Super Model Calendars were also available for purchase. Despite the snowy weather, dogs and owners ventured out for a night of shopping  for animals, and took away a photo to remember the night! 

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Fashion 4 Paws exhibit kicks off FotoWeekDC!

Previous Fashion 4 Paws Runway Shows return…and this time in photos! More than a dozen of the photographers from the past year’s shows featured their photos at a special exhibit in L2 Lounge of Georgetown. The event launched November FotoWeekDC

The blown-up photos were available for purchase as well as F4P Runway Show Super Model Calenders. Guests voted on their top three favorite photos – models featured in the photos received a $100 gift card from the Gilt Groupe. And it wouldn’t be F4P without some furry friends; adoptable dogs from the Washington Humane Society also joined the party.  

 

 

 

“Thank you to all that could contribute photos and we’ll do a lot more next year.” – Photographer Daniel Swartz of Revamp.

 

 

 

 Photo credit: Michael Domingo & Alfredo Flores from DCMetromix

By Rachel DeMita, Special to OMG

Man's best buddy 'walks for animals'

CLICK TO WATCH COVERAGE OF THE WALK ON WUSA9 TV

DC’s doggies were excited to leash-up and take a walk for their fellow animals in need. On September 25th, dog owners animal lovers brought their pooches to the Marie Reed Learning Center for the ‘Walk for Animals’ event to support the Washington Humane Society.

Events of the day included Doga Yoga, Most Stylish Awards including best dressed and best hair, an Owner Look-A-Like Contest, a Capitol Hill Police K9 demonstration, and of course the 1 mile ‘Walk for Animals’ which began at noon. There were over 20 vendors on site, and special guest and celebrity dog expert, Tamar Gellar, answered questions and gave advice to owners.

Rescue animals were available for adoption, and 50% of the net proceeds will stay in the DC area to fund Washington Humane Society programs that benefit homeless pets.

By Rachel DeMita, special to OMG

WHS: Gettin' Pretty for the Pooches

By Rachel Demita, Special to OMG

One80 Salon joined forces with the Washington Humane Society for a Fashion for Paws fundraiser event on Sunday.  Loyal clients and animal lovers flooded the salon for blowouts, cuts, color and manicures, with 100% of the proceeds benefiting Fashion for Paws

Stef Woods isn’t the only one who got some star treatment

Fashion for Paws Exec. Director Tara deNicolas with WHS’ Stacey Severe

MORE F4P: Perino, Portis and the Paws Come Out

Alongside the salon services, customers bought raffle tickets, participated in a silent auction, and over cupcakes and cocktails. Salon manager Shannon Cusello said “It’s a little hectic, but hectic is good; it means there are more people coming to help out.”

With such great feedback and support, Fashion for Paws is already planning upcoming events to benefit the WHS. “Our goal is to raise $12,000 for the Washington Humane Society,” explained Fashion for Paws Executive Director Tara de Nicolas.  Can’t donate.. maybe you can adopt 😉 

 

Video: DC Week, Cub Scouts Aviation, WHS Pawtini Hour

DC Capital Week: Kicking off this week’s Metromix report. DC Capital Week is here.. More than 5,000 Local technologists, entrepreneurs and social media enthusiasts are coming together from now til June 20th for Digital Capital Week. The 10-day festival focuses on technology, innovation and all things digital in our nation’s capital. Festival organizer Peter Corbett of iStrategy Labs. For a complete schedule of events for DC Capital Week visit us online at dc.metromix.com.

Metromix: DC Digital Capital Week Highlights

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Reporting for Angie’s Army this monday… 
Aviation Jubilee: Did you know Angie’s Army has it’s very own pilot reporter? Rob Edmonds is back and this time he’s going scouting in the skies. Rob tells us the Flying Circus Aerodrome and the Prince William County R/C Fliers got together to provide an afternoon of entertainment and education for hundreds of area Cub Scouts. It was to celebrate their annual Aviation Jubilee. The scouts were enthralled as vintage biplane acts and modern radio control demos filled the Fauquier Skies. They even got the chance to spend some time up close with the pilots and equipment.
 
Pawtini Happy Hour: Oh the doggy days of summer. Alex Naini, along with Miss DC international Chelsey Sophia Rodgers, Cara and Nicole attended the first Fashion for Paws Pawtini happy hour at the W Hotel’s Patio. 20-percent of the bar benefited the region’s animals in need.

Watch Angie’s Morning Report on WUSA9TV below:

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