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Ali Kujawa, 16, of Perrysburg, wipes tears away after releasing balloons. Kujawa said she had a niece and nephew in elementary school. "They're my world," she said. "I couldn't think about something happening to them."

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Jennifer Cload, of Toledo, wipes a tear from her eye while she and about two dozen other people listened to, "Amazing Grace."

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Ali Kujawa, 16, of Perrysburg, cries during a performance of, "Amazing Grace."

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Makayla Feltis, 8, center, holds a balloon alongside about two dozen other people.

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"He was with me yesterday and I just gave him a hug," Jennifer Hawkins, of East Toledo, center, said of her son, Tyler, 15, whom she hugged again Saturday afternoon.

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Shannon Falk, of Springfield Township, adds her words to a community card.

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Lyric Turner, 9, hugs her mother, Gine, of West Toeldo, as her sister's first grade teacher, Cheryl Nelson, left, discusses ways to speak to children about Friday morning's massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn.

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