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Greg Olson | Journal-CourierEight-year-old Malaki Heaton, the son of Pam Heaton of Jacksonville, splashes down a bounce house water slide Saturday during the fourth annual Dog Gone Fun-Raiser at the Protecting Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) shelter at 400 W. Walnut St. in Jacksonville. The event, which featured bounce houses, a dunk tank and food and craft vendors, raised money to support the local animal shelter, which so far this year has saved 406 animals.
Greg Olson | Journal-CourierEight-year-old Malaki Heaton, the son of Pam Heaton of Jacksonville, splashes down a bounce house water slide Saturday during the fourth annual Dog Gone Fun-Raiser at the Protecting Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) shelter at 400 W. Walnut St. in Jacksonville. The event, which featured bounce houses, a dunk tank and food and craft vendors, raised money to support the local animal shelter, which so far this year has saved 406 animals.
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Greg Olson | Journal-Courier


Eight-year-old Malaki Heaton, the son of Pam Heaton of Jacksonville, splashes down a bounce house water slide Saturday during the fourth annual Dog Gone Fun-Raiser at the Protecting Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) shelter at 400 W. Walnut St. in Jacksonville. The event, which featured bounce houses, a dunk tank and food and craft vendors, raised money to support the local animal shelter, which so far this year has saved 406 animals.


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