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Goshen’s Sprocket Dog Park officially opens

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In Goshen, furry four-legged residents now have a new place to hangout.

That’s after Goshen’s Parks and Recreation Department officially opened the city’s first-ever dog park.

Community members and their dogs joined officials for the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday to mark the completion of Sprocket Dog Park.

The park was named after Mayor Jeremy Stutsman’s family’s late labradoodle, Sprocket.

The park is located on 119 North Ninth Street in the East Lincoln Crossroads neighborhood.

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