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Chris Ginn

Loveland, Ohio – On Saturday, August 13th from 3 until 7 PM the Loveland Art Studios on Main are opening their doors for the LOVE 4 PAWS Charity Art Show. With the help of local artists, businesses and residents, you’re invited to come support the League For Animal Welfare (LFAW), a non-profit no-kill animal shelter serving greater Cincinnati since 1949.

[quote_right]”Things couldn’t have worked out better. Murphy came home with me the day before Christmas Eve.”[/quote_right]“It’s an opportunity for us to help give back to an organization that really means a lot to Greater Cincinnati, and me and my family,” said event organizer Chris Ginn, a Loveland resident and artist. “Just days before this past Christmas, I lost my 12 year-old yellow Labrador Bella to cancer. Yet, I knew immediately that there was another animal out there that needed me.” Ginn went to LFAW and they worked with him and his other pets to find a dog that was the right fit for his home. “Things couldn’t have worked out better. Murphy came home with me the day before Christmas Eve.”

“I’ve been humbled by the outpouring of help I’ve gotten from local artists and business owners here in town to help organize this event. Loveland is really special place. I hope that everyone can come down to help support animals and the arts,” said Ginn.

The Love 4 Paws Charity Art Show will feature a pet adoption event with craft beer and wine from The Loveland Casual Pint. You will enjoy a complimentary slice of Marco’s Pizza and a soft drink.

There will also be a charity raffle featuring artwork, gift cards and other prizes, and a bake sale. The art studios will be open to tour, and guests can meet local artists.

All proceeds benefit the League For Animal Welfare.

The Loveland Art Studios is at Main 529 Main Avenue in the West Loveland Historic District.

Chris Ginn can be reached at ginnc@rocketmail.com.

Loveland Magazine is a sponsor of the LOVE 4 PAWS Charity Art Show

 

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