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Photo gallery: Hoofin' it for Paws Across Pittsburgh animal rescue

| Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, 12:51 p.m.
Students and instructors with Arthur Murray Dance Centers - Pittsburgh East in Penn Hills came together Nov. 3 to raise funds for Paws Across Pittsburgh animal rescue. The event featured mini lessons and dance demonstrations. Instructor Adam Morton of Delmont is shown leading the group in a line dance.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Students and instructors with Arthur Murray Dance Centers - Pittsburgh East in Penn Hills came together Nov. 3 to raise funds for Paws Across Pittsburgh animal rescue. The event featured mini lessons and dance demonstrations. Instructor Adam Morton of Delmont is shown leading the group in a line dance.
Students and instructors with Arthur Murray Dance Centers - Pittsburgh East in Penn Hills came together Nov. 3 to raise funds for Paws Across Pittsburgh animal rescue. The event featured mini lessons and dance demonstrations. Judy Manze of Plum and Chris Sharpley of Penn Hills are shown here dancing the night away for a good cause.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Students and instructors with Arthur Murray Dance Centers - Pittsburgh East in Penn Hills came together Nov. 3 to raise funds for Paws Across Pittsburgh animal rescue. The event featured mini lessons and dance demonstrations. Judy Manze of Plum and Chris Sharpley of Penn Hills are shown here dancing the night away for a good cause.
Instuctors Adam Morton of Delmont and Tunisia El of North Versailles put on a dance demonstration during the fundraiser for Paws Across Pittsburgh on Nov. 3.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Instuctors Adam Morton of Delmont and Tunisia El of North Versailles put on a dance demonstration during the fundraiser for Paws Across Pittsburgh on Nov. 3.
Chris Sharpley of Penn Hills and instructor Alexa Kostelnik demonstrate a dance during the fundraiser for Paws Across Pittsburgh on Nov. 3.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Chris Sharpley of Penn Hills and instructor Alexa Kostelnik demonstrate a dance during the fundraiser for Paws Across Pittsburgh on Nov. 3.
Students and instructors with Arthur Murray Dance Centers - Pittsburgh East in Penn Hills came together Nov. 3 to raise funds for Paws Across Pittsburgh animal rescue. The event featured mini lessons and dance demonstrations. Sara Slevinski of Penn Hills and Kurt Pelisari of Monroeville are shown dancing the night away during the event.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Students and instructors with Arthur Murray Dance Centers - Pittsburgh East in Penn Hills came together Nov. 3 to raise funds for Paws Across Pittsburgh animal rescue. The event featured mini lessons and dance demonstrations. Sara Slevinski of Penn Hills and Kurt Pelisari of Monroeville are shown dancing the night away during the event.

Students and instructors with Arthur Murray Dance Centers - Pittsburgh East in Penn Hills came together to raise funds for Paws Across Pittsburgh animal rescue, Nov. 3. The event featured mini lessons and dance demonstrations.

Lillian DeDomenic is a freelance photographer.

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