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If you weren’t one of the first to cross the finish line at the PAWS for People Wag-N-Walk 5K last weekend, you still had a chance to take top prize for Cutest Pet (Fritter McDaniel), Largest Team (the Glorious Goldens), or the Team with the Most Dogs (Lovable Labs). The 4th annual fundraiser enjoyed spectacular weather and drew some 150 pet lovers to Wilmington’s Glasgow Park.

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