Parkland Press

Thursday, July 18, 2019
PRESS PHOTOS BY SUSAN BRYANTWendy Karopoulos, manager at Howard Hanna The Frederick Group, holds her 10-week-old Great Dane Bella while she gets microchipped by Mary Stetzel, retired vet tech and volunteer with Sanctuary at Haafsville. The festival was sponsored by Howard Hanna The Frederick Group and The Sanctuary at Haafsville, Breinigsville. PRESS PHOTOS BY SUSAN BRYANTWendy Karopoulos, manager at Howard Hanna The Frederick Group, holds her 10-week-old Great Dane Bella while she gets microchipped by Mary Stetzel, retired vet tech and volunteer with Sanctuary at Haafsville. The festival was sponsored by Howard Hanna The Frederick Group and The Sanctuary at Haafsville, Breinigsville.
Bob Heimbach, a volunteer with Sanctuary at Haafsville, watches as Arielle Vazquez of Lehighton throws a dime into a glass at the dime pitch game at the festival. Bob Heimbach, a volunteer with Sanctuary at Haafsville, watches as Arielle Vazquez of Lehighton throws a dime into a glass at the dime pitch game at the festival.
South Whitehall Township Police Officer Matthew Carney with K-9 Ranger speaks with Susan Heffelfinger of New Tripoli and The K9 Kop Project May 19 at the Homes 4 Hounds Festival in the Howard Hanna The Frederick Group parking lot, South Whitehall. The K9 Kop Project is a nonprofit that helps raise funds to purchase vests for K-9 officers. South Whitehall Township Police Officer Matthew Carney with K-9 Ranger speaks with Susan Heffelfinger of New Tripoli and The K9 Kop Project May 19 at the Homes 4 Hounds Festival in the Howard Hanna The Frederick Group parking lot, South Whitehall. The K9 Kop Project is a nonprofit that helps raise funds to purchase vests for K-9 officers.
Braden Cimerol of Whitehall pets Tiffany, an 11-week-old kitten from the Starting Over Animal Rescue booth at the Homes 4 Hounds Festival. Braden Cimerol of Whitehall pets Tiffany, an 11-week-old kitten from the Starting Over Animal Rescue booth at the Homes 4 Hounds Festival.

Fun with furry friends

Thursday, May 23, 2019 by The Press in Local News