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North Hills Art Center pet art show benefits animal rescue groups

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Erin Pontoriero of Gibsonia, and Frank, created some art during a North Hills Art Center animal art day March 16.
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North Hills Art Center has an animal-themed show benefiting local animal rescue groups running through March 23.
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North Hills Art Center has an animal-themed show benefiting local animal rescue groups running through March 23.
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Debbie Rosenfelder of McCandless, right, and her dog, Abbie, greet Erin Pontpriero, and Frank, during a North Hills Art Center animal art day March 16.
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North Hills Art Center has an animal-themed show benefiting local animal rescue groups running through March 23.

North Hills Art Center has a variety of art for sale benefiting local animal rescue groups running through March 23, 2019. The center is open Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., located at 3432 Babcock Blvd. Pittsburgh. For details, call the center at 412-364-3622.

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