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With her first competition jump being at 17 feet, it was no doubt that Cascade was a natural. “It needs to be a natural talent for the dogs,” Milbrand informs me. “And she was a natural at it.”
The Dock Dogs competitions are toy-driven, and Cascade uses her well-favored Kong toy, which provides the motivation she needs to sail off into the water. “We try to squeeze in as many competitions as we can in a year,” Milbrand says. “We’ll travel and usually do about five to seven competitions in a year.” In 2021,
November 2022
  Benefit Concert for the People of Ukraine
Heidi and Cascade participated in seven competitions, and this year, they’ve done five so far.
“Cascade just loves to jump, sowetrytogettoasmanycom- petitions as she can.” It is evident that this ambitious girl loves to soar into the big lakes because she’s been doing it since she was just a little puppy! Heidi gushed about her furry companion. “Cascade is just such a natural, and she loves it so much. You know, that’s why we do it. Be- cause she has so much love for jumping.”
Cascade is certainly no timid dog, either. “It’s a lot of fun to travel,” Milbrand continues.
“Cascade is very approachable, so she’s always making friends wherever she goes. People will
come up and ask to take a picture of her!” There’s no doubt that Cascade’s tail wags when she’s in
these energetic settings filled with people and dogs who also have a big love for jumping.
Cascade and Heidi have been on this fun-filled adventure for about seven years now and don’t have plans to stop anytime soon. “As long as Cascade loves it, we’ll continue on,” says Mil- brand. The big air jumper will continue to participate in these epic adventures and jump into the clear waters as she competes to win! We’re all rooting for you, Cascade!
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The Bristol United Church of Christ is sponsoring a concert to raise money for the people of Ukraine. The Joyful Noise Uku- lele Band will be playing a vari- ety of Freedom Songs, and the BUCC music director, Estelle Giarrizzo, will be playing an as- sortment of piano music. Dona-
tions will be accepted and sent to the Common Man Relief Fund. The Common Man is matching dollar-for-dollar the money we receive in donations. The concert will be held at the Bristol United Church of Christ on Sunday, November 20, at 2 PM.

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