Burgers and Dogs event in Clarks Summit raises money for Griffin Pond Animal Shelter


Staff report



Anastasia Daniels, left, development and fundraiser manager of Griffin Pond Animal Shelter, holds Lea, a poodle mix that is up for adoption at the shelter. They are seated with guests of the Burgers and Dogs event, Charlie Sandercock of Waverly, his wife Jaci, and their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Henry.


Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

Cakes shaped like dogs were given to guests after they enjoyed a burger during the pet-friendly Burgers and Dogs event at Camelot Restaurant & Inn in Clarks Summit.


Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

Bella, a 3-year-old Great Pyrenees mix, attended the Burgers and Dogs event with owner Mary Jane Cosgrove from Fleetville.


Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

CLARKS SUMMIT — Camelot Restaurant & Inn hosted a pet-friendly barbecue called Burgers and Dogs on Sunday, Sept. 11, with proceeds benefiting Griffin Pond Animal Shelter.

Guests brought their four-legged companions to this event to enjoy a burger and cake at the event, which was organized by Heavenly Paws Pet Group. Guests were also entertained by live music by local singer/guitarist Mike Dillon from Clarks Summit.

Carol Hughes of The Church of St. Gregory in Clarks Green started Heavenly Paws Pet Group. The group will hold a pet drive followed by a pet blessing and puppy picnic in the parking lot of The Church of St. Gregory on Oct. 3.

Anastasia Daniels, left, development and fundraiser manager of Griffin Pond Animal Shelter, holds Lea, a poodle mix that is up for adoption at the shelter. They are seated with guests of the Burgers and Dogs event, Charlie Sandercock of Waverly, his wife Jaci, and their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Henry.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_20160911_172706.jpgAnastasia Daniels, left, development and fundraiser manager of Griffin Pond Animal Shelter, holds Lea, a poodle mix that is up for adoption at the shelter. They are seated with guests of the Burgers and Dogs event, Charlie Sandercock of Waverly, his wife Jaci, and their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Henry. Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

Cakes shaped like dogs were given to guests after they enjoyed a burger during the pet-friendly Burgers and Dogs event at Camelot Restaurant & Inn in Clarks Summit.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_20160911_173204.jpgCakes shaped like dogs were given to guests after they enjoyed a burger during the pet-friendly Burgers and Dogs event at Camelot Restaurant & Inn in Clarks Summit. Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

Bella, a 3-year-old Great Pyrenees mix, attended the Burgers and Dogs event with owner Mary Jane Cosgrove from Fleetville.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_20160911_180523.jpgBella, a 3-year-old Great Pyrenees mix, attended the Burgers and Dogs event with owner Mary Jane Cosgrove from Fleetville. Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

Staff report

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