Thanks for making Bark in the Park a success
There were over 40 dogs and puppies at this year's Bark in the Park at Cy Young Park, Newcomerstown, Sept. 26. Thank you to everyone that came out and supported this event. It was a barkin' good time. There were lots of vendors set up. The Tuscarawas County Kennel Club had the agility course set up.
Contest winners included musical sit, Kodi Nay and Eli; smallest dog, Kim Snearey and Rosie; most barks, Natalie Jones and Stewart; best costume, Kirsti Buss and Oscar Myer Weiner Buss; biggest dog, Brian Collins and Cessna; and best trick or talent, Kodi Nay and Eli.
Thank you to all K-9s and their owners.
Thank you to everyone who helped make this event special including Newcomerstown News, Times Reporter, WTUZ, Village of Newcomerstown (Mayor's Office, Pam, Chief Kennedy, Street Department, K-9 Unit and Steve Lower), Cindy Ramey, Blue Buffalo Company, A-1 Vet Care Inc., ASPCA, Coshocton Kennel Club, Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory, JB Wholesale, Pet Center, Dads, Valley View Vet Hospital, Meese Martial Arts, Doggie Stylz by Penny, Tuscarawas Kennel Club, Kim Berkshire, Newcomerstown Relay teams (Donna and Amanda McKinney, Cindy Staggs, St. Pauls United Church of Christ of Gnadenhutten and Jodi Kellish, and NMS Team), Lynne Nunley (the judge) Mr. Nunley, Ron Stein, Mark Mann, Karen Little, Annette Parks, Melissa Stahl and her concession stand team, and Barb at Baskets of Nature.
Amy Miller, organizer
Newcomerstown's Bark in the Park