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Bark Park opens new agility course for dogs
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Andy Hernandez of T-Mobile, far left, with Wendy Bolton and other Bryan County Bark Park board members at the Nov. 5 ribbon cutting. Photo by Jeff Whitten.

The Bryan County Bark Park’s new agility course for dogs opened Nov. 5 with plenty of four-legged fanfare.

As dogs roamed the park, Bark Park Board of Directors President Wendy Bolton, various board members and other officials and T-Mobile representative Andy Hernandez cut the ribbon on Bryan’s Playground, funded by a $15,000 donation from T-Mobile. “It was a pleasure to work with the T Mobile folks on this project,” Bolton said. “They wanted to do something visible in the community, bark park was the beneficiary of that. We ended up with an agility course that would’ve taken us quite a while to raise the money to buy, so we are very, very grateful.”

The new agility course has nine stations, including everything from jumps to a teeter totter and grooming table.

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