Riley dogs raise money for ECCAC
Special to the Sun
Skip and Victoria Moore, the owners of the 723 Whiskey Bravo restaurant in Seagrove Beach, have been selling miniature stuffed animal Riley dogs on all the table tops to benefit the Emerald Coast Children’s Advocacy Center and raised $28,500.
Riley is a Maltese and one of ECCAC’s therapy dogs who work with abused and neglected children to help in the process of restoring their lives.
Pictured for the check donation are therapist Jacqui Broadus holding the real Riley, Walton County Sheriff Michael Adkinson, ECCAC CEO Julie Hurst and Victoria and Skip Moore.