Paul Horgen, author of the children’s book Tales of Kona the Guide Dog and board chair of Comox Valley Project Watershed Society is pleased to present the society with a $500 donation from the proceeds of book sales. This fun and colourful book chronicles the life and times of Paul’s lovely guide dog Kona. Kona narrates the book, telling her story to children, parents, teachers and grandparents.
“The book was published in early December and marketed locally in the valley. It has done very well, and I am so happy to make this first donation to Project Watershed. I have pledged to contribute a portion of the profits to my two favourite charities, Project Watershed and BC and Alberta Guide Dog Services, and I am hoping that this donation will be the first of many,” says Horgen. This donation has been earmarked for Project Watershed’s “Keeping It Living” art fundraising campaign, which runs from May 12 – 31 at the Pearl Ellis gallery.
Anyone wishing to order the book can do so online at talesofkona.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. A reading of the book will be held at the Comox Library on Monday, March 30. Children will have an opportunity to meet Kona at work and at play.
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