Bark For Life


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Cancer survivors, participants and their canine companions walk a mile following the opening ceremony of Bark For Life, a division of Relay For Life, Saturday at Duke Park in Troy. The event offered a blessing of the dogs, raffles, dog games and more than 40 vendors. “We’re here to finish the fight against cancer and pay tribute to our canine friends,” Jackie Gaier said of the event. According to Gaier it is a way to raise money for the American Cancer Society.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Michele Grise, of Piqua, walks through Duke Park with her black labrador retriever, Remington, during the Bark For Life event Saturday in Troy.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Cancer survivors, participants and their canine companions walk a mile following the opening ceremony of Bark For Life, a division of Relay For Life, Saturday at Duke Park in Troy. The event offered a blessing of the dogs, raffles, dog games and more than 40 vendors. “We’re here to finish the fight against cancer and pay tribute to our canine friends,” Jackie Gaier said of the event. According to Gaier it is a way to raise money for the American Cancer Society.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Michele Grise, of Piqua, walks through Duke Park with her black labrador retriever, Remington, during the Bark For Life event Saturday in Troy.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Cancer survivors, participants and their canine companions walk a mile following the opening ceremony of Bark For Life, a division of Relay For Life, Saturday at Duke Park in Troy. The event offered a blessing of the dogs, raffles, dog games and more than 40 vendors. “We’re here to finish the fight against cancer and pay tribute to our canine friends,” Jackie Gaier said of the event. According to Gaier it is a way to raise money for the American Cancer Society.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/05/web1_170514aw_Bark_For_Life.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Cancer survivors, participants and their canine companions walk a mile following the opening ceremony of Bark For Life, a division of Relay For Life, Saturday at Duke Park in Troy. The event offered a blessing of the dogs, raffles, dog games and more than 40 vendors. “We’re here to finish the fight against cancer and pay tribute to our canine friends,” Jackie Gaier said of the event. According to Gaier it is a way to raise money for the American Cancer Society.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Michele Grise, of Piqua, walks through Duke Park with her black labrador retriever, Remington, during the Bark For Life event Saturday in Troy.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/05/web1_170513aw_Bark_For_Life_1311.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Michele Grise, of Piqua, walks through Duke Park with her black labrador retriever, Remington, during the Bark For Life event Saturday in Troy.