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Fatherhood Walk

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Chuck Ealey, the former Toledo quarterback who lead the Rockets to the longest undefeated record in NCAA Division I college football, and regional director of Investors Group Financial Services in Mississauga Central, Ontario, speaks about fathers after the walk.

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Organizer Mark Robinson, of R.E.S.T.O.R.E., the local group which hosted a Father's Day walk, its first, with about 170 people participating.

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Village 50 members Jonathan Edwards, left, and Jerome Ramsey, both of Toledo, take a turn leading the call for "Fathers" on the walk.

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Phillip Doyle, of Sylvania, right, directs the marchers, including, at right, Brandon Rice and his brother Caleb Rice, both of Toledo, to the right as they march along Delaware Avenue.

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The interracial crowd turns onto Cherry Street. Chanting of the need for fathers, the local group R.E.S.T.O.R.E hosts a Father's Day walk, its first, with about 170 people participating.

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Eugene Jenkins giving Moriah Robinson, 7, a lift past Our Lady, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral.

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Mark Robinson, right, with his daughter Moriah, 7, as they begin the march at Central Catholic High School.

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Anthony Woods, left, and his son Alonza Woods, 9, of Toledo, pick up literature and a few freebies from Lourdes College's table at the event.

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