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Celebrating with chalk One of the drawings entered in a sidewalk chalk drawing competition during the Cherry Street Mission Ministries 65th anniversary event Saturday in Toledo.
One of the drawings entered in a sidewalk chalk drawing competition during the Cherry Street Mission Ministries 65th anniversary event Saturday in Toledo.
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Published: Sunday, 7/1/2012 - Updated: 2 years ago

Celebrating Cherry Street with chalk

BY JEREMY WADSWORTH
BLADE PHOTOGRAPHER

Mandy Lehman of Toledo competes in a sidewalk chalk drawing contest on 18th Street to mark the Cherry Street Mission Ministries’ 65th anniversary downtown. The three-day event, which included Saturday’s contest, wraps up at 3 p.m. today with a church service and celebration at Fifth Third Field. Mandy Lehman of Toledo competes in a sidewalk chalk drawing contest on 18th Street to mark the Cherry Street Mission Ministries’ 65th anniversary downtown. The three-day event, which included Saturday’s contest, wraps up at 3 p.m. today with a church service and celebration at Fifth Third Field.
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Mandy Lehman of Toledo competes in a sidewalk chalk drawing competition during the Cherry Street Mission Ministries 65th anniversary event Saturday, in Toledo, Ohio. Mandy Lehman of Toledo competes in a sidewalk chalk drawing competition during the Cherry Street Mission Ministries 65th anniversary event Saturday, in Toledo, Ohio.
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Pilar Resendez of Toledo competes in a sidewalk chalk drawing competition during the Cherry Street Mission Ministries 65th anniversary event Saturday, in Toledo, Ohio. Pilar Resendez of Toledo competes in a sidewalk chalk drawing competition during the Cherry Street Mission Ministries 65th anniversary event Saturday, in Toledo, Ohio.
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