In attendance were, from left, Mark Gomez, AJFD; Chief Monahan, AJPD; Chief Bourgeois, AJFD; Chip Wilson, AJ City Council and Superstition Horsemen’s Association; Front Row:Marie Peck, The FETCH Foundation; Maxine Brown, Volunteer Paws and Claws Care Center; and Special Guest:Emma, Service Hero in Training. (Submitted photo)

In attendance were, from left, Mark Gomez, AJFD; Chief Monahan, AJPD; Chief Bourgeois, AJFD; Chip Wilson, AJ City Council and Superstition Horsemen’s Association; Front Row:Marie Peck, The FETCH Foundation; Maxine Brown, Volunteer Paws and Claws Care Center; and Special Guest:Emma, Service Hero in Training. (Submitted photo)

In attendance were, from left, Mark Gomez, AJFD; Chief Monahan, AJPD; Chief Bourgeois, AJFD; Chip Wilson, AJ City Council and Superstition Horsemen’s Association; Front Row:Marie Peck, The FETCH Foundation; Maxine Brown, Volunteer Paws and Claws Care Center; and Special Guest:Emma, Service Hero in Training. (Submitted photo)

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