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Bark-B-Que draws about 2,400 dog lovers to Memorial Park

Bravo, a 5-year-old German Shepherd and Cole County utility police K9, shows some of her stuff during a demonstration at the Bark-B-Que.

Bravo, a 5-year-old German Shepherd and Cole County utility police K9, shows some of her stuff during a demonstration at the Bark-B-Que. Photo by Kelley McCall.

Even the “dog days” of summer didn’t negatively impact attendance of the Bark-B-Que, a community event for canine owners and enthusiasts that took place at Memorial Park.

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An estimated 2,400 people attended Sunday’s 2nd Annual Bark-B-Que, more than double last year’s crowd of nearly 1,000, according to event organizer Jeanne Hunt.

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