Young Professionals of Walton County to Host “Bow Wow Seafood Boil” Benefitting Dog Harmony
The Young Professionals of Walton County (YPWC) will host a “Bow Wow Seafood Boil” on Thursday, June 13, from 5:30- 7 p.m. at the new Dog Harmony Headquarters in Santa Rosa Beach.
Sponsored by Whole Life Fitness, YPWC members and non-members are invited to enjoy a bountiful seafood boil provided by Grayton Beer Brewpub along with beers provided by Grayton Beer Company. Guests will be entertained by the musical stylings of Rob Romans. The cost to attend the boil is $25 for members and $35 for non-members.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit Dog Harmony, a non-profit 501(c)3 dedicated to reducing the shelter dog population through ongoing humane education, force-free training, and low-cost spay/neuter and microchipping services. Founded by professional dog trainer Nancy Brown, CPDT-KA, Dog Harmony works to build positive relationships between canines and humans, preventing dogs from becoming homeless in the first place.
Additional event sponsors include Eloquent Signs, Clutch Media Works, and Epic Photo Co. This event is free to attend. To accommodate all guests, YPWC asks those interested in attending to RSVP online at http://ypwaltoncounty.com/Events.
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS OF WALTON COUNTY
Founded in 2009 under the name YP @ The Beach and having undergone a revamp in 2017, the Young Professionals of Walton County (YPWC) is an organization created by the Walton Area Chamber of Commerce whose mission is to bridge social, geographical, political and economic boundaries across Northwest Florida’s Gulf Coast, while providing a venue for ambitious individuals to network and enhance their professional development skills.
YPWC will host networking, professional development and team building events the second Thursday of every month.
To learn more about these events and Young Professionals of Walton County, visit http://bit.ly/YPWaltonCounty or connect on Facebook.