Norah Kerr, 4, hugs her dog Sadie, at Fresno Humane Animal Services with her mother Amber Kerr in this 2016 photo. Granville Homes will pay all dog adoption fees through the month of September at Fresno Humane Animal Services.
Norah Kerr, 4, hugs her dog Sadie, at Fresno Humane Animal Services with her mother Amber Kerr in this 2016 photo. Granville Homes will pay all dog adoption fees through the month of September at Fresno Humane Animal Services. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file
Norah Kerr, 4, hugs her dog Sadie, at Fresno Humane Animal Services with her mother Amber Kerr in this 2016 photo. Granville Homes will pay all dog adoption fees through the month of September at Fresno Humane Animal Services. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file

Around the Valley | Kids safety fair, GOP meet up, dog adoptions

September 08, 2017 03:36 PM

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