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Tailwags & Handbags

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

Martha Mellinger and Jan Dimick examine a selection of designer and vintage handbags on offer. On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the nonprofit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

The Count (aka George Webber) entertains the crowed with a bit of Buena Vista's history. On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

Jean Charles Boisset, with his faithful companion, Frenchie, graciously greeted and entertained the guests. On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

Barbara White Perry, along with her rescue pup, enjoyed the day. On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Tailwags & Handbags

As much as Frenchie loves these events, they can be exhausting. On Friday, May 2, Pet's Lifeline held its fourth annual "Tailwags & Handbags" ladies luncheon fundraiser at Buena Vista Winery, hosted by the winery's proprietor, Jean Charles Boisset. Gently used high-end designer, vintage and just plain fun handbags were offered for sale, along with a small selection of designer jewelry. The event raised $3,605 for the non-profit animal shelter. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)