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Animal Care Center of St. John Holds Annual Wagapalooza

Animal Care Center of St. John will hold its annual Wagapalooza from 5-8 p.m. on Saturday, May 18, at the V.I. National Park Ball field in Cruz Bay.
Wagapalooza is celebrating its 12th year on St. John, featuring such zany dog show categories as Best Kisser and Best Costume. A full roster of ribbon- and prize-winning categories is soon to be announced.
Elaine Estern of Coconut Coast Studios has been named as the designer for the 2013 Waga T-shirt. All proceeds from the T-shirt and show entry fees go directly to the care, feeding and veterinary care of St. John’s homeless dogs and cats.

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Animal Care Center of St. John will hold its annual Wagapalooza from 5-8 p.m. on Saturday, May 18, at the V.I. National Park Ball field in Cruz Bay.
Wagapalooza is celebrating its 12th year on St. John, featuring such zany dog show categories as Best Kisser and Best Costume. A full roster of ribbon- and prize-winning categories is soon to be announced.
Elaine Estern of Coconut Coast Studios has been named as the designer for the 2013 Waga T-shirt. All proceeds from the T-shirt and show entry fees go directly to the care, feeding and veterinary care of St. John's homeless dogs and cats.