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CPHS photo shoot re-scheduled

Due to the expected bad weather, the pet photo calendar shoot at the Central Pennsylvania Humane Society scheduled for this Sunday has been re-scheduled.
It will be held at the shelter instead on the following Sunday, April 22, beginning at noon.
No registration is needed.
“We do not want people driving with their pets in the car if the weather is going to be bad,” said Dave Hopkins, representative of the Central Pennsylvania Humane Society. “We postponed the event to protect both the animals and their owners.”
This open photo shoot is perfect for pet owners interested in taking part in this year’s “Picture Perfect Pet” calendar contest hosted by the Central Pennsylvania Humane Society.
If an interested pet owner hasn’t scheduled a photo shoot yet, CPHS has scheduled this special day for a photo shoot by professional photographer Scott Paul to be held at the shelter.
No appointments are necessary, and photos will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.
The photos will be used to gather donations for local pets vying for spots on the special 2008 calendar. Pet owners will pay a flat fee of $10 and receive one 8 by 10 print and one 3 by 5 print. They’ll use the smaller print to gather donations from friends, relatives, neighbors, business associates and community members.
The top 12 fundraisers will earn a spot as a featured month of the calendar. The next 12 will be featured as “honorable mentions”. All entries who raise at least $20 will be shown on the calendar.
This shoot will take place in the education center location, (gray building) adjacent to the shelter (1837 E. Pleasant Valley Blvd.). The photo sessions should last only about 10-15 minutes each and will be done in order of pet owner arrival and check-in.
For more information, contact Dave Hopkins at the shelter at 942-2477.