The 2nd Annual Bark in the Park is this Saturday, Aug. 26, from noon to 5 pm at Morningside Park in Hurleyville. The Bark in the Park will benefit the Devoe-ted to a Cure Scholarship Fund, which was created in memory of Elizabeth "Jeannie" Devoe. The scholarship benefits Sullivan County high school students on their way to completing a degree in Veterinary Science

The Bark in the Park is a free community event open to the public. Bring your canine companions for a day of fun.  There will be vendors, canine games and contests,prizes, a tricky tray comprised from local businesses, K-9 demos, local speakers, pet adoptions , food, a free ice cream hour for children 12 and under, a D.J. and much more.

All dogs must be on a leash, and owners must be able to produce an up to date rabies certificate or tag. For more information about this Saurdays Bark in the Park, visit their facebook page.

Dog at the Park
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