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Dogs, owners walk in fundraiser for Safe Harbor

An annual walk toraise money for a Kenosha animal shelter brought out dozens of dogs and their owners to the flower gardens at Lincoln Park Sunday.

At least 50 people were on hand during most of the afternoon and organizers were anticipating as many as 100 participants with their canine companions in tow. The event, which is in its fourth year, featured a mile-long walk at the park, vendors, a dog fashion show, canine olympics and a vaccination clinic.

Proceeds benefited the Safe Harbor Humane Society.


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Delightful dog days

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An annual walk to help raise money for a Kenosha animal shelter brought out dozens of dogs and their owners to Lincoln Park Sunday.

At least 50 people were on hand during most of the afternoon for “Walk for Paws,” and organizers were anticipating as many as 100 participants with their canines companions in tow. The fourth annual event featured a one-mile walk, with proceeds benefiting the Safe Harbor Humane Society.


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