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Local Noted Author Just Added As a Featured Attraction at the Agoura Hills Holiday Boutique Benefiting Non-profit WhatCanWe.org

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Noted local author Paul Kreiling, just added as a featured attraction at the Agoura Hills holiday boutique, will sign his new book, Chronicles of a Yella’ Dog. The boutique and book signing will take place on Wednesday, December 12, from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at 3923 David’s Road in Agoura, Calif.  A portion of the sales from the book and the boutique will benefit the non-profit group, WhatCanWe.org, which raises funds to offset animal rescues’ veterinary costs.


Local artisans will sell their wares at the boutique, including a selection of home furnishings, gift items, clothing, hand-made chocolates, jewelry, and candles.  The community is invited to attend in this festive, comfortable setting.  Twenty percent of all sales will directly benefit WhatCanWe.org.


Author Paul Kreiling started his multifaceted career in the music business traveling the world as a drummer and percussionist for various star artists and bands. After a stint in Hawaii as an orchestral arranger, he moved to Chicago where he worked successfully as a studio musician, arranger and composer for commercials. Paul then moved to Los Angeles to pursue songwriting and film composing. He has worked for Columbia Pictures TV, Paramount Pictures TV and Disney as a freelance composer, producer and arranger while continuing to work on commercials and albums.  In 2000, Paul composed a concerto for orchestra, “A RITE OF PASSAGE”, which world premiered on March 7, 2001 at Arizona State University with Paul guest conducting.  In 1995, he traced his ancestry in the Cherokee Nation back past “The Trail Of Tears,” and became a member of the Cherokee tribe.  Chronicles of a Yella’ Dog is his first book.


WhatCanWe.org is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to reducing the impact of veterinary expenses on licensed, non-profit rescue groups.  By relieving rescues of this burden, WhatCanWe.org can help save millions of animals from euthanasia in shelters. The foundation creates and implements meaningful, easily replicated fundraising projects for animal rescues, individuals, and groups within communities.  In addition, the foundation is working toward creating a non-profit teaching veterinary clinic that offers low or no-cost veterinary care to licensed, nonprofit rescues.   

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