LAPS 4K fundraiser takes over Main Street Frisco (photo essay)
August 5, 2017
Several dozen furry friends and their owners ran side by side for 4 kilometers in the town of Frisco on Saturday morning. The 26th annual race, hosted by the League for Animals and People of the Summit, was a fundraiser for the nonprofit organization that works to reduce pet overpopulation through spay and neuter programs and to benefit the general welfare of companion animals and families. For more information on the nonrpofit and upcoming events visit SummitLAPS.com.
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