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Cattle Baron's Ball at Centennial Terrace

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Matt Black, of Perrysburg, center, hit one of the Hollywood Casino blackjack tables.

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Joshua Killy, of Swanton, center, waits for his wife, Sherry, to take the stage in recognition of her battle with cancer.

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The names of community members who have had some role in a battle with cancer are read aloud during this year's Cattle Baron's Ball at Centennial Terrace in Sylvania.

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Cancer survivor Sherry Killy, of Swanton, sported colorful cowboy boots.

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Pumpkin cupcakes with cancer ribbons, provided by the Sylvania-based business Frosting, were up for grabs.

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Smiling from beneath his black cowboy hat, Alex Robinson, of downtown Toledo, center, talks with other members in line for dinner.

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Tina Dowling, of Michigan, left, jokes with her brother-in-law Joshua Killy, center, and sister Sherry Killy, of Swanton, right, over dinner. Sherry, who survived head and neck cancer, said she was thrilled to be eating. "I couldn't eat for two years," she said, "so I'm making up for it."

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Kim Wood, center, and Carla Miller, both of Ottawa Hills, take a look at the silent auction table.

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Allissa Wright, of Slyvania, sported a face painting of a bronco during this year's Cattle Baron's Ball at Centennial Terrace in Sylvania.

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Isabelle Chappuies, 7, center, listens as the names of people memorialized for their fight with cancer are read aloud.

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Emcee Emilie Voss, of WTOL, left, reads aloud the names of people involved with cancer.

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Bud Rowe, of Point Place, left, tries his luck at a ring toss for a bottle of wine.

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