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Brian McLaughlin, of Mokena, and his dog, Max, get some motivation from the Andrew High School cheer team during P.A.W.S. of Tinley Park’s second annual Run to the Rescue 5K. Photos by Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Run to the Rescue 5K participants Mike McTeague (middle), Holly Austera (right) and their dog, Teemo, begin their 5-kilometer journey Saturday, Oct. 28, at the 80th Avenue Metra Station in Tinley Park.
Bootsie — whose owners, Sandy and Mandy Ziak, of Frankfort, brought him to the 5K — shows off his all-too-realistic hot dog costume.
Attendees (left to right) Rochelle Skaggs, Kathie Corey – with dog Daisy – and Kat Sosnowski pose for a photo.
Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter
3:07 pm CST November 7, 2017
Inspired to dash for dachshunds, jog for Jack Russells and walk for Weimaraners, more than 150 animal lovers converged at Tinley Park’s 80th Avenue Metra Station to participate in the second annual Run to the Rescue 5K on Saturday, Oct. 28.