Dancing for dogs


Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart dances with Scarfie during Scarfapawlooza at The Palazzo in Botkins Saturday, Feb. 11. Watching them dance are Shelby County Deputy Dog Warden Joel March, center, and Shelby County Dog Warden Deputy Kelli Ward. The dance raised money for for the campaign to build a new Shelby County animal shelter which will be called The Bob Sargeant & Family Shelby County Animal Shelter & Adoption Center. It was announced at the dance that the campaign had raised $2,012,953 putting them at 84 percent of their goal of $2.4 million.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart dances with Scarfie during Scarfapawlooza at The Palazzo in Botkins Saturday, Feb. 11. Watching them dance are Shelby County Deputy Dog Warden Joel March, center, and Shelby County Dog Warden Deputy Kelli Ward. The dance raised money for for the campaign to build a new Shelby County animal shelter which will be called The Bob Sargeant & Family Shelby County Animal Shelter & Adoption Center. It was announced at the dance that the campaign had raised $2,012,953 putting them at 84 percent of their goal of $2.4 million.

Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart dances with Scarfie during Scarfapawlooza at The Palazzo in Botkins Saturday, Feb. 11. Watching them dance are Shelby County Deputy Dog Warden Joel March, center, and Shelby County Dog Warden Deputy Kelli Ward. The dance raised money for for the campaign to build a new Shelby County animal shelter which will be called The Bob Sargeant & Family Shelby County Animal Shelter & Adoption Center. It was announced at the dance that the campaign had raised $2,012,953 putting them at 84 percent of their goal of $2.4 million.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/02/web1_SDN021317DanceLG.jpgShelby County Sheriff John Lenhart dances with Scarfie during Scarfapawlooza at The Palazzo in Botkins Saturday, Feb. 11. Watching them dance are Shelby County Deputy Dog Warden Joel March, center, and Shelby County Dog Warden Deputy Kelli Ward. The dance raised money for for the campaign to build a new Shelby County animal shelter which will be called The Bob Sargeant & Family Shelby County Animal Shelter & Adoption Center. It was announced at the dance that the campaign had raised $2,012,953 putting them at 84 percent of their goal of $2.4 million. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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