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People and pets alike had reason to celebrate when the Delaware Humane Association broke ground for its new facility on A Street in Wilmington. Among the guests in attendance were Governor Markell, Senator Coons and donor Tatiana Copeland. The new building is expected to be completed in late spring or early summer 2014.

Photos courtesy of Chris Klemens Photography


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