Jimmy Brewster recreates the Sinatra phenomenon through an exciting stage show which captures the classic romance of ole’ blue eyes in his prime. Brewster entices the audience to “Come Fly With Me” and remembers why only the king of ring-a-ding-ding could do it so well “My Way.”
The evening will be emceed by Jeff Martinez who is the News 4 Weekend Meteorologist. Jeff has called northern Nevada his home for the past 12 years and has had a life-long love for animals. As a boy he was raised on a ranch in New Mexico where his family had horses, goats, cats and dogs. Martinez and his daughter Julia have been volunteering at the SPCA for the past several months and enjoy spending time with the animals and helping them find a good home – and spreading the word of all the wonderful things the SPCA stands for.
SPCA of Northern Nevada recognizes the outstanding efforts members of our community make in support of animals. They have received nominations for our “Leader of the Pack Awards” and will honor a few of these individuals at the Love Life Gala.
“The SPCA of Northern Nevada is proud of the support the community has given us throughout the years,” said Tom Jacobs, Executive Director of the SPCA of Northern Nevada. “This is an exciting event for us and allows us to socialize with the people who make our work possible. All the proceeds stay right here in northern Nevada to benefit the homeless animals in our community.”
Ticket prices start at $65 for the dinner and entertainment portion of the evening and $100 to include the VIP reception. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Tickets can be purchased at www.spcalovelifegala-rss.eventbrite.com or by calling 324-7773 ext. 204. Tickets can also be purchased at the door on Oct. 6. For more information about the SPCA of Northern Nevada, visit spcanevada.org.