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Special visitor: Chuck Burmingham, 88, cradles Leopold, a 2  1/2-month-old Pygmy goat, at the Waterford on South Hill Retirement Community on Tuesday. Mary Heinze, a nursing assistant at the Waterford, treated the residents by bringing her new pair of goats for a visit. “They call me the goat lady,” she said. “They have all been hearing about them for awhile.” (Dan Pelle)
Special visitor: Chuck Burmingham, 88, cradles Leopold, a 2  1/2-month-old Pygmy goat, at the Waterford on South Hill Retirement Community on Tuesday. Mary Heinze, a nursing assistant at the Waterford, treated the residents by bringing her new pair of goats for a visit. “They call me the goat lady,” she said. “They have all been hearing about them for awhile.” (Dan Pelle)


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