Published June 17. 2022 12:13PM
By LOU WHEELAND
Special to The Press
The Western Lehigh Chamber of Commerce sponsored a “Paws at the Park” fundraiser May 15 at Grange Park, Upper Macungie.
Monies raised during the event went toward S.O.A.R. (Starting Over Animal Rescue).
Dog lovers, vendors and visitors enjoyed a beautiful day at the park and helped four-legged furry friends at the same time.
PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELAND Charleigh Touchtin, 11, holds “Mickey” a 6-month-old mini Pincer at the “Paws at the Park” fundraiser.
Members of Freedom First Rescue, Reading, had a handful of adoptable dogs at “Paws at the Park” fundraiser May 15 at Grange Park, Upper Macungie. Zach Glagola had “Frankie,” a retriever mix; Stephanie and Kayla Heckman had “Mila,” a 6-month-old pitty mix; Alexa Claudio with “Millie,” a 4-month-old hound mix; Elizabeth Ackerman; Carlee Nelson with “Brick,” an 11-month- old boxer. Kyle Melendez holds “Oakley,” a 6-month-old mastiff.
McKenna Mannon, 2 months, of Breinigsville, had enough dogs for the day and decided a nap was a better way to spend time at “Paws at the Park.”
Tiffany Hoppes of Upper Macungie brought her 10-year-old puggle, “Mickey” to “Paws at the Park” May 15 at Grange Park, Upper Macungie.
Tiffany Hoppes, Upper Macungie, also brought “Fin,” a 7-year-old chewini to the “Paws at the Park,” fundraiser.