Tyler “Trapper” Leadingham and Clarissa Adams, foreground, and John Lemay with Staci Vandewart, pause for a photo during a meet-and-greet Saturday afternoon at Champion Motorsports for the evening’s The Sage Foundation’s ServeBachelor Auction. (Mark Wilson Photo)
The Sage Foundation dinner and auction filled the Elks Lodge with whoops and whistles Saturday night when 13 lucky bachelors were auctioned off to the adoring ladies of Roswell. The bachelors ranged in ages of 22 to 82 and included physicians, firemen and authors who were “sold” to benefit the Sage Foundation For Dogs Who Serve.
Maryann Murphy of the Patriot Guard Riders and co-organizer of the event said Saturday night went a long way toward helping service dogs far and wide.
“The whole purpose is to help other service dogs when they’re in need of medical assistance,” Murphy said. “And it has continued, but their funds have run low. This is an opportunity to put Login to read more