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GILROY LEADERSHIP SPRING FLING Leadership Gilroy hosted their 4th annual Spring Fling event on April 14th at Sarah’s Vineyard. It was a lovely evening of enjoying the nice spring weather, a variety of wines and a spectacular view. The event included a delicious meal from Kneaded, live music from Miko’s Montaj, fl owers from Headstart Nursery and many amazing raffl e and auction items. With over 100 guests in attendance, it was a great time to catch up with friends, class alumni, board members and community supporters of Leadership Gilroy. All proceeds will help further the goal of building passionate and skilled leaders in our community. We are extremely grateful to our sponsors, donors and everyone who attended. Leadership GilroyBoard members (l-r): Joel Goldsmith, Amparo Mendoza- Patino, Scott Winant, Carlos Pineda, Konni Thomas, Lori Katterhagen, Alecia Troy, Andrea Gamble, and Trevor Van Laar. SOUTH COUNTY TAIL WAGGERS SECOND ANNUAL WAGS'n WINE South County Tail Waggers had their 2nd Annual Wags 'N Wine, Rescues On The Runway event on Sunday, May 6th at Fortino Winery. Local fi remen, doctors, policemen, and more came out to escort adoptable Tail Waggers down a professional runway stage. Guests enjoyed a com- plimentary South County Tail Waggers wine glass, as well as complimentary appetizers from The Milias Restaurant. It was a sold-out event, with over 200 in attendance. South County Tail Waggers is a 100% volunteer-run organization, and all proceeds from the event go directly to saving lives. On average, each dog they save can cost upwards of $700.00, so every dollar raised is vital to their organization. 48 GILROY • MORGAN HILL • SAN MARTIN JUNE/JULY 2018