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Pooch swim event to help dog park stay afloat

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    Macie, left, and her daughter Gracie share a water toy during Jack's Pooch Plunge in 2012. This year's event, which benefits Glass City Dog Park at Woodsdale Park in Toledo, takes place Sunday at Sylvania Plumber Pool.

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    Dogs and owners attend Jack's Pooch Plunge in 2012. This year's event, which benefits Glass City Dog Park at Woodsdale Park in Toledo, takes place Sunday at Sylvania Plumber Pool.

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Macie, left, and her daughter Gracie share a water toy during Jack's Pooch Plunge in 2012. This year's event, which benefits Glass City Dog Park at Woodsdale Park in Toledo, takes place Sunday at Sylvania Plumber Pool.

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The sixth annual Jack’s Pooch Plunge will take place from 1 to 4:45 p.m. Sunday at Sylvania Plumber Pool in Burnham Park.

The event allows dogs to swim in the heated pool at 6930 Maplewood Ave., Sylvania. Small dogs are encouraged to attend from 1-2:30 p.m. and large dogs will be admitted after 2:30 p.m.

Admission is $5 per dog. All proceeds will go toward Glass City Dog Park at Woodsdale Park off the Anthony Wayne Trail in South Toledo.

For more information, call Dave Speiss at 419-215-7078 or visit glasscitydogpark.org.

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