Pooches take over pool

Posted 9/11/17

Dozens of excited dogs dove, ran and splashed at the end-of-season Yappy Hour event at Holly Pool in Centennial on Sept. 9. “I've come here every year for the last five or six years,” said Amy Ordonio, a 45-year-old Centennial resident. “I …

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Pooches take over pool

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Dozens of excited dogs dove, ran and splashed at the end-of-season Yappy Hour event at Holly Pool in Centennial on Sept. 9. “I've come here every year for the last five or six years,” said Amy Ordonio, a 45-year-old Centennial resident. “I even took the night off — I'm a nurse — to be here.” Formerly called Puppy Paddle, the event lets dogs take over the pool while owners relax, throw tennis balls to their canines and enjoy beer served at the concessions window. Kids enjoyed activities, non-alcoholic beverages and light snacks. South Suburban Parks and Recreation put on the event.

Photos by Ellis Arnold

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