Walk For Animals in Tamaqua

Stephannie Richards of Coaldale, left, and Sue Schafer of Tamaqua, Schuylkill County Humane Society police officer and president of Tamaqua Area Animal Rescue, right, make their way along Broad Street calling for residents to bring their animals inside.    This is in the Winter Walk for Animals in Tamaqua to protest weather-related cruelty to animals Saturday morning. Walkers walked along Broad Street from the Tamaqua YMCA to St. Jerome's Church downtown.
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( DONNA FISHER / THE MORNING CALL / March 9, 2013 )

Stephannie Richards of Coaldale, left, and Sue Schafer of Tamaqua, Schuylkill County Humane Society police officer and president of Tamaqua Area Animal Rescue, right, make their way along Broad Street calling for residents to bring their animals inside. This is in the Winter Walk for Animals in Tamaqua to protest weather-related cruelty to animals Saturday morning. Walkers walked along Broad Street from the Tamaqua YMCA to St. Jerome's Church downtown.

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