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A pampered pooch parade

Photos Jeff ‘Pooched Since 1986’ Dawson

The 16th Federal Park Party was held on Saturday, featuring a silent disco, busking comp, games and fabulous food.

Yet doggies were again the highlight, and they were on parade from 4pm.

The Re-power Federal campaign with COREM was launched, and residents celebrated the installation both of solar panels on Federal Hall and the village defibrillator. 


One response to “A pampered pooch parade”

  1. Len Heggarty says:

    Yet they were there, the doggies and all the dogs from all dominations, even the dalmatians, and of course the German Alsatians were there in a pause at different dog-training stations with their paws ready to pounce for those dogs were there with many airy highlights as their coats were brushed and gleamed to show the hair of the dog and the light and dark in very hairy highlights, as they were on parade strutting and walking in onto the run together with their handlers whether they women or men they were in the running, on the run, from 4pm.

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