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SAFFT fundraiser deemed a success
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Jaymi Renae, left, paints Abby Neal’s face during the Spring for Hope fundraiser. - photo by Autumn Vetter
Ladies, gentlemen and children gathered in their Easter finery to raise money for Supporting Adoption and Foster Families Together, or SAFFT.The organization held its second Spring for Hope fundraiser at Windermere Golf Club on Saturday. Ashley Anderson, founder and executive director of SAFFT, said the event “did really well.”“We had about 75 to 100 people, the kids had a blast, and all the families had a good time,” she said.The fundraiser, which invited ladies to wear “big hats” and gentlemen to sport “bow ties,” featured brunch and several children’s activities. Among them: an Easter egg hunt; face painting; photos with live rabbits; and games of cornhole and bocce ball.