This week on our Public Affairs Program, Sunday at 5a:
The Seattle Humane Society has been serving our area for 125 years and are still motivated to connect people and pets.
Jenna Pringle, Marketing/Communications Manager at Seattle Humane talks about not only the animal adoptions they provide, but also education programs, volunteer opportunities, a new facility nearing completion and upcoming events.
Their biggest annual fundraiser, Tuxes and Tails, will be held at Bellevue’s Meydenbauer Center on May 13th. This is always a fun gala and auction that includes the popular runway show featuring local celebrities walking dogs and cats along a fashion-model style runway.
Learn more online and get tickets to Tuxes and Tails at www.seattlehumane.org or www.tuxesandtail.org
In our second half its Sunday Morning Magazine with Kate Daniels;
Richard Watts is a personal advisor and legal counsel to the super wealthy, work he’s done for several decades. He says–no question, we are doing too much for our kids, and in doing so, robbing them of opportunities, and developing important skills. He’s accumulated stories and observations he shares in his new book: Entitlemania: How Not to Spoil Your Kids and What to do if You Have.