Meadowland Park Conservancy’s ‘Love My Pup, Love My Park’ Event Is Huge Success

by The Village Green
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From the Meadowland Park Conservancy:

As part of their mission to add more experiences and public interaction in South Orange’s largest open space, the Meadowland Park Conservancy (MPC) hosted their Love My Pup…Love My Park! event at the base of Flood’s Hill on Sunday, March 21 under perfect blue skies and springlike weather. 

The event was designed to celebrate National Puppy Day, which takes place on Tuesday, March 23. The MPC partnered with South Orange Village’s Health Department and Department of Recreation and Cultural Affairs as well as Pet Wants SOMA, a downtown South Orange retailer.

Over the course of two hours, more than 54 dogs and their companions posed for photos with the MPC’s heart frame, got free samples and goodies from Pet Wants and St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center and enjoyed a custom music soundtrack complete with plenty of dog-themed tunes. Those who brought printed photos of their pups were entered to win gift cards in a photo contest judged by South Orange Village President Sheena Collum (who attended with her own pup, Democracy). Winners will be announced soon. 

Photos taken in the MPC park heart will be emailed out to families free of charge. The MPC hopes to also garner much needed donations to support their work at www.meadowlandpark.org and gain more social media followers on Facebook and Instagram at @meadowlandparknj. 

The MPC team is already planning an event for next month in the park based on National Pretzel Day. Stay tuned… 

ABOUT THE MEADOWLAND PARK CONSERVANCY (MPC): 

The MPC is a registered New Jersey non-profit founded and run by volunteers who are passionate about the future of South Orange’s largest open space. Focusing on the 30 non athletic acres of the park, the MPC’s long term goal is nothing short of creating the finest public open space in the region. More info on the MPC, its founders and goals can be found at meadowlandpark.org

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