PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDStarting off the Cetronia Ambulance Corps 5K race is Cetronia Ambulance CEO Larry Wiersch and the Lehigh Valley IronPigs “Pork Racers.” Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Nearing the finish line is South Whitehall Township Commissioner Matt Mulqueen. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
South Whitehall Township resident Jen Helmuth, Sherman, a blue tick hound and son, Noah, cross the finish line. Sherman is renowned for his barking in his Parkway Manor Elementary School neighborhood. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
press photos by lou wheelandEmory Buczak, 3, of Allentown, gets “caught” by Judge, Allentown Fire Department’s Arson Dog. Emory Is holding a can with training materials used to keep Judge’s nose well trained. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
K-9 Judge goes immediately to the can containing suspicious chemicals as Allentown Fire Chief Lee T. Laubach Jr. follows during a demonstration of his skills. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
K-9 Kimber, South Whitehall Township Police Department’s bomb “sniffer” works with Police Officer Colin Beaumont. Kimber is used throughout the region to detect possible explosive materials. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Cetronia Ambulance Corps hosts annual 5K run
Cetronia Ambulance Corps sponsored its annual 5K Run and Walk on May 20 at Cedar Creek Parkway West, 4200 Broadway, South Whitehall Township.
More than 90 entrants enjoyed a rainy start with help from the IronPigs “Pork Racers.”
South Whitehall Township Police Department’s explosive detection K-9 Kimber with Officer Colin Beaumont and Allentown Fire Department’s arson dog Judge with Allentown Fire Chief Lee T. Laubach Jr., were on hand to demonstrate their skills.
Additional photos on page A5.