1. Before White Dog Cafe Glen Mills opened to the community White Dog enthusiasts were offered the opportunity to immortalize their pup with a painting of their favorite pup. The portraits now hang at the restaurant with the dogs’ name and hometown. In addition to the custom paintings at White Dog Glen Mills, McClellan gave those that purchased the paintings the original drawing of the dogs. A portion of the proceeds from each painting benefit both Brandywine Valley SPCA and Alpha Bravo Canine, which provides service dogs free of charge to former military with PTSD. Each organization received a check for $13,195. White Dog Cafe founded in 1983 was a pioneer in the farm-to-table movement and continues to provide their local neighborhoods, and guests a unique dining experience. Artist Jay McClennan (center) paused for a photo during the check presentation with Jennifer Green and Stryker of Alpha Bravo (left) and Eli Martinez of Brandywinc SPCa (right).
2. Tom and Peggy Upton were pictured with the portrait of their dog “Winnie”
5. Doreen and Mike Makos and “Brie”