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PATHWAYS FOR CHILDREN RECEIVES SURPRISE VISIT FROM TROUBLE THE DOG AND CAPE ANN POWER WOMEN

 Pathways for Children, located in
Gloucester, Mass. recently received a surprise visit from Trouble The Dog
and his co-creator, Sheila Duncan.  Duncan, President of Larkin LTD., met
with Sue Todd, President and CEO of Pathways For Children who was pleasantly
surprised by a donation of Trouble The Dog from Annette Dion of Cape Ann
Power Women. Dion and Silvie Lockrtova are co-founders of Cape Ann Power
Women

"Trouble The Dog is a cuddly plush puppy with a big heart that kids just
seem to gravitate toward," said Duncan. "He provides comfort to children in
a wonderful way and helps them feel safe and loved."

"Children who struggle gain so much from reaching out to other children
facing challenges," said Sue Todd. "Trouble The Dog is that special friend
that allows children to do this."

Trouble The DogR is a global children's character that was created to help
kids cope, hope, believe and dream.  Trouble has an iconic, expressive face
that attracts kids like a magnet, making them smile. Trouble has soothed
children globally, providing companionship to children in Europe, Africa,
China, throughout the United States and in Haiti.  A year ago, he was sent
to bring healing to families in Newtown, Ct.  Trouble is one of the few
plush toys that is 100% handcrafted in the USA.  His mission is to bring
comfort and joy to children going through troubles of their own.

Annette Dion teamed up with Duncan as she felt that Trouble The Dog was a
perfect donation for Pathways For Children. The mission of Pathways For
Children is to serve the best interests of children - from infant through
adolescent - and their families who may be disadvantaged by circumstance or
are in search of opportunity. Pathways For Children delivers quality
educational, social development and support services that help to strengthen
the family unit and the community.

To donate a Trouble plush pup to a classroom at Pathways For Children, go
to: www.troublethedog.net.

For more information about Trouble The Dog, contact Sheila Duncan:
781-631-0887 or email: Sheiladuncan@verizon.net or go to
www.troublethedog.net

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