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Buy bling for Tucson greyhound rescue

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buy bling for Tucson greyhounds

For September, Beading Divas to the Rescue is donating bracelet sales to Arizona Greyhound Rescue. The group serves So. Ariz. and their kennel is in Marana.

Specifically, bracelet sales will go towards paying $3,000 worth of dental bills incurred by the group.

Bracelets cost $20 and are one-of-a-kind, one size fits most, easy on/off and made with a beautiful assortment of donated beads and come with one pet rescue charm.

You can buy bracelets online via (add $3 shipping).

If you’re local to Tucson, go to Silver Sea Jewelry & Gifts, 330 N. 4th Ave., 624-9954

and Dirty Dawgs dog wash – 2510 N.  Campbell Ave., 777-6045

On Saturday, Sept. 11 only, you can also buy bracelets at the All-Breed-Dog Wash benefiting AZ Greyhound Rescue, at P.A.W.S. Integrative Veterinary, 300 E. River Road from 8 a.m. to noon.  Buy some bling and get your dogs washed too.

Beading Diva Loren is owned by Saffron who loves pillows


  1. Dana Provost
    Dana Provost

    Comeon everyone!! I ordered mine a week ago and my beloved Cartier’s godmother Noni had made it. What a surprise when I opened up the package to find that she had made that bracelet. Now it that is so special. Thank you Divas! I love it! Come everyone – buy one for yourself – I did and you deserve it.

    September 9, 2010
  2. Brilliant! Just brilliant 🙂 I love your blog, I have been surfing it for ages now. Thanx!

    September 10, 2010
  3. greyhoundsrule

    Noni rocks! Noni has gone out and purchased beads with her own dollars and made many breathtaking bracelets. She is an honorary Beading Diva.

    Also another honorary Beading Diva is Joan Athey who makes bracelets for a hobby and with her own beads, brings finished bracelets back to Lizzie for us to sell. I – Diva Karyn — own three of Joan’s bracelets. I call them the “Joan Collection.”

    Others have donated bracelets and or beads. It’s a real collective effort and everyone’s contribution is deeply appreciative.

    September 14, 2010

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