The power of ‘PAW Patrol’


Pictured at far left is Pleasant Valley Hospital CEO Glen Washington and Mason County Commissioner Rick Handley at far right. Both men were flown by HealthNet on to the football field at Point Pleasant Junior/Senior High School for the PAW Patrol event last weekend, sponsored by PVH. The men talked about the importance of first responders to the community. The Kitchen Table, of the PVH Auxiliary, also sold concessions at the event, will all proceeds going back into The Kitchen Table programs which provide free meals to the community.


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This little one enjoys some bubbles at one of the many character stations at the PAW Patrol event. PAW Patrol characters represent first responders and are aimed at small children.


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Little ones and their parents were excited to meet with their favorite PAW Patrol characters.


Beth Sergent/Register

The weather was perfect for photo ops and autographs from each PAW Patrol character during the event this past weekend.


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Pictured at far left is Pleasant Valley Hospital CEO Glen Washington and Mason County Commissioner Rick Handley at far right. Both men were flown by HealthNet on to the football field at Point Pleasant Junior/Senior High School for the PAW Patrol event last weekend, sponsored by PVH. The men talked about the importance of first responders to the community. The Kitchen Table, of the PVH Auxiliary, also sold concessions at the event, will all proceeds going back into The Kitchen Table programs which provide free meals to the community.

This little one enjoys some bubbles at one of the many character stations at the PAW Patrol event. PAW Patrol characters represent first responders and are aimed at small children.

Little ones and their parents were excited to meet with their favorite PAW Patrol characters.

The weather was perfect for photo ops and autographs from each PAW Patrol character during the event this past weekend.

Pictured at far left is Pleasant Valley Hospital CEO Glen Washington and Mason County Commissioner Rick Handley at far right. Both men were flown by HealthNet on to the football field at Point Pleasant Junior/Senior High School for the PAW Patrol event last weekend, sponsored by PVH. The men talked about the importance of first responders to the community. The Kitchen Table, of the PVH Auxiliary, also sold concessions at the event, will all proceeds going back into The Kitchen Table programs which provide free meals to the community.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2016/11/web1_11.2-PPR-Paw-1.jpgPictured at far left is Pleasant Valley Hospital CEO Glen Washington and Mason County Commissioner Rick Handley at far right. Both men were flown by HealthNet on to the football field at Point Pleasant Junior/Senior High School for the PAW Patrol event last weekend, sponsored by PVH. The men talked about the importance of first responders to the community. The Kitchen Table, of the PVH Auxiliary, also sold concessions at the event, will all proceeds going back into The Kitchen Table programs which provide free meals to the community. PVH/Courtesy

This little one enjoys some bubbles at one of the many character stations at the PAW Patrol event. PAW Patrol characters represent first responders and are aimed at small children.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2016/11/web1_11.2-PPR-Paw-2.jpgThis little one enjoys some bubbles at one of the many character stations at the PAW Patrol event. PAW Patrol characters represent first responders and are aimed at small children. Beth Sergent/Register

Little ones and their parents were excited to meet with their favorite PAW Patrol characters.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2016/11/web1_11.2-PPR-Paw-3.jpgLittle ones and their parents were excited to meet with their favorite PAW Patrol characters. Beth Sergent/Register

The weather was perfect for photo ops and autographs from each PAW Patrol character during the event this past weekend.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2016/11/web1_11.2-PPR-Paw-4.jpgThe weather was perfect for photo ops and autographs from each PAW Patrol character during the event this past weekend. Beth Sergent/Register

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