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News A damp weekend for the Tweed Fair
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July 11, 2013
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Sparkyâ€™s making the rounds.
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Shiny and bright beside the canal.
Valerie and Jessie Prevost were pretty excited about going on the Ferris wheel at the Tweed Fair. Photo: Scott Pettigrew
Dogs and owners alike had a great time
By Judy Backus
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Please turn to page 2 for more on the Tweed Fair.
EMC News - Marmora - Despite very changeable weather which included several downpours, the July 7 Bark For Life, an initiative designed to raise funds toward the purchase of digital mammography equipment at Campbellford Memorial Hospital, was a great success. Just prior to the eventâ€™s start, Catherine Holt, who is involved with donor relations at the hospitalâ€™s foundation, said that such equipment was critical in the ďŹ ght
against breast cancer, and the Bark for Life program was a fun way to engage supporters. The pledged event for dogs and their owners, involved a two-kilometre walk from the park to the dam and back, with $3,000 having been raised through advance pledges and sponsorship. In addition to the walk, there was face painting for both young and older individuals, barbecued hot dogs, a silent auction, and a paws wall memorial where participants could purchase a paw
symbol in memory of a beloved pet or family member. Dr. Gwen Robertson, of Campbellford Veterinary Services was on hand to answer questions about canine health, as was a representative from K-9 Comfort Inn who provided demonstrations relating to dog agility and obedience. As well, a group of local musicians known as â€œOff the Gridâ€? provided entertainment from the shelter of the gazebo. Then there were the dogs themselves, which came in every shape, size and
colour, representing a wide variety of breeds. All seemed enthusiastic when it came to the walk, setting out with tails wagging and owners in tow. Just prior to the start of the walk, during the introduction of the event, Catherine Holt welcomed all, saying that while they were there to raise funds for digital mammography, they were also celebrating the special relationship we have with our pet companions.
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