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Phyllana Collins, 5, of South Toledo, gets her face painted during festival.

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Tromboneist Russ Damshroder, of the Cakewalkin' Jass Band lead the parade in honor of the 80th anniversary of Tony Packo's Cafe.

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Alena Starr, 10, dances with her mother Amira Starr, both of Mesmeric Belly Dancing.

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Patty Mowly and Jackie Beutler, of the Toledo Holzhacker Buam, perform their bell tunes.

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Mia Raymond, 17, laughs while performing with her 5-year-old partner Bill Weber, both of the Toledo Holzhacker Baum, during the festival.

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Kenneth Parish, 6, blows bubbles next to his mom's booth during the festival.

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Tim-Marshall

Tim Marshall, of the United Steelworkers Local 912, runs the third leg of the waiters' race during the festival. Although the United Steelworkers won in the speed category, they placed third due to their lack of beer remaining at the finish line.

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Tim Marshall, of the United Steelworkers Local 912, runs the thrid leg of the waiters' race. Although the United Steelworkers won in the speed category, they placed third due to their lack of beer remaining at the finish line.

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