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Harrison Rally Day

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The Perrysburg High School Orchestra in the parade.

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Nick and Lauren Lake, of Perrysburg and of Black Swamp Traders, hang a mirror in their tent. The Black Swamp Traders sell necklaces.

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The color guard from American Legion Post 28 leading the parade.

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State representative Tim Brown in the parade.

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Perrysburg mayor Nelson Evans marching in the parade.

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Gumby pulls his buddies in the parade.

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Hannah Hoverman, 10, of holds Tatum Takats, 5, while they watch the parade. They both live in Perrysburg.

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Linda Lark, of Maumee, left, receives information from Phil Walton, president of the Friends of Wood County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate), second from left, and Deb Novak, vice president. At right is Elizabeth LeMaster. Walton lives in Perrysburg; Novak and LeMaster in Bowling Green.

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Drew Getzinger, 10, of Perrysburg, right, cheers as his mother approaches on a float. With him is his grandmother, Sandy Lawson, of Toledo.

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Caroline, left, and Colin Marconi enjoy their hot dogs. The two turn two in November.

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Alexys Carman, 6, of Grand Rapids, Ohio, with Kizzey, a seven-year-old rescued Greyhound with the North Coast Greyhound Connection.

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Betty Haas, of Perrysburg Township and mother of mayoral candidate Laura Hummer has her blood pressure taken by Great Lakes Urgent Care medical assistant Meredith Melecosky, of Toledo.

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