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Dogs Invade Barberton For The Cookie Crawl Held On February 8

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Last Saturday, Downtown Barberton sponsored The Cookie Crawl, an event held to raise money for the Salvation Army. Customers could go to any of the merchants who participated and for a dollar, they could walk away with a delicious cookie. Of course, dogs were not about ready to be left out.

Pictured above are a few of the dogs I met downtown. The two bottom dogs are Daisy Mae and Aria who is getting a nail trim at the Magic Paw Pet Salon on 2nd St. NW. Crystal Taylor is the owner of the two Dachshunds. Amanda Sohn, owner of the spa is gently trimming Aria’s nails. The dog on top is sadly nameless at this time but promise I will find the details.

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Micheala Johanson
Micheala Johanson
I've worked at several occupations throughout my life including journalist, photographer and chef/owner of Micheala's Cafe. Local history is one of my first loves. I sit on the board of the Wadsworth Area Historical Society and a member of the River Styx Historical Society. Being a resident of Barberton for the past fifteen years I have become interested in Barberton area history as well.

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