Ilsa Miller, of Hickory Ridge Elementary in Brunswick, and her dog Buddy took home top honors for an essay she wrote detailing why Buddy is Medina County’s “Top Dog.”
Her essay bested 400 other essays written by county fourth-graders. Buddy receives dog license No. 1 from the county for 2013, and she and Buddy took home prizes from Bil-jac dog food, Amazone Entertainment Center, Forgotten Animal Shelter, Medina Dairy Queen and AMF Bowling Lanes.
The “Top Dog” award is given out by the Medina County Auditor’s Office and serves as a reminder that dog licensing in Ohio ends Jan. 31. The cost of dog licenses is $12 and proceeds go to the Medina County Dog Shelter.
Other winners and runners up in the contest include:
• Second place: Gracie Selva, Ella Canavan Elementary.
• Third place: Cody Lines, Walter Kidder Elementary.
• Fourth place: Braelyn Albano, Cloverleaf Elementary.
• Fifth place: Julia Fike, Buckeye Intermediate School.
• Sixth place: Anthony Vincent Bartiromo, Sacred Heart School.
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