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Allegheny Spay & Neuter Clinic/Animal Welfare Council

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Winners of the 2019 T Shirt Contest!!

Posted by [email protected] on 11 August, 2019 at 14:15
The Allegheny Spay and Neuter Clinic held its annual "Be Kind to Animals" t-shirt contest. There were over 300 entries. The winners and their designs are, from left to right, Makenzie Thompson (age 12), Carter Gormont (age 9), Aurianna Swatsworth (age 10) and Zoey Rosenbaum (Age 7).

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