Be Humane Conversation Series

High Tea with Victoria Stilwell

February 21st, 2013 at 2:30PM

When was the last time you were invited to High Tea with Victoria?  Not Queen Victoria, but even better, Victoria Stilwell, celebrity dog expert and queen of the airwaves at Animal Planet, where she hosts the hit series, “It’s Me or the Dog!”  If you love animals, elegance, tea, and food for thought, please join us on February 21 at the Chesterfield Hotel in Palm Beach, FL. Victoria will share stories and invaluable dog training advice to guests. This posh event is part of the American Humane Association and Lois Pope LIFE Foundation “Be Humane Conversation Series,” a series of exclusive talks with noted experts for animal lovers and thought leaders interested in protecting our most vulnerable.

“We are deeply honored to partner with the Lois Pope LIFE Foundation to bring together the country’s top experts, celebrities, and newsmakers in the animal world in intimate settings to share their knowledge and have an open dialogue with those who care most about these topics,” said Dr. Robin Ganzert, president and CEO of American Humane Association.  

Luncheon with Amy McCullough

Thursday, April 11, 2013 at Noon

Can’t make it to tea with Victoria but have a passion for animals and helping those in need? Join the American Humane Association president, national animal-assisted therapy expert Amy McCullough, and renowned researcher Dr. Kevin Morris on April 11 for a special Be Humane luncheon to discuss groundbreaking new research on the remarkable power of Canines and Childhood Cancer.

Location: The Chesterfield Palm Beach, Palm Beach, FL. 

For more information about these events, please call 561.398.1252 or 866.242.1877.

Founders of the “Be Humane” Conversation Series

Lois Pope and Dr. Robin Ganzert

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