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College Provides Blue-Ribbon Backdrop in Debut as Dog Show Host


Cooling off in unison on a comfortable patch of shade
Cooling off in unison on a comfortable patch of shade
Judges assess entries as they move through the conformation ring.
Judges assess entries as they move through the conformation ring.
A contestant obliges some hands-on attention ...
A contestant obliges some hands-on attention …
... while another shares some face-to-face communication.
… while another shares some face-to-face communication.
A well-groomed center of attention, even when out of the ring
A well-groomed center of attention, even when out of the ring

A new community audience was exposed to Penn College on Sunday and Monday, as main campus hosted the Bald Eagle Kennel Club’s 2014 All-Breed Points Show. Centered around the college’s Field House and Athletic Field, the American Kennel Club-approved show attracted two- and four-legged visitors from a wide geographic area – and rave reviews for the venue from handlers, vendors and spectators. The event also provided the opportunity for some kid/canine chemistry during a drop-in by youngsters and staff from the Dunham Children’s Learning Center.
Photos by Megan L. Ripka, public relations specialist

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