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Published: 5/10/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago


Mother's Day tradition at Olander Park

More than a dozen people turned out for what has become a yearly free tradition, offered by Olander Park in Sylvania. Children placed colorful beads and plastic stones in cement to create gifts for Mother's Day. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Alexis Papier, 13, of Sylvania, works on crafting her garden stone. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Alexis Papier, 13, of Sylvania, works on crafting her garden stone.
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Amaan Omer, 10, works on crafting his own garden stone as his mother, Fareena Omer, center, helps his brother Ayman, 6, create another one. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Amaan Omer, 10, works on crafting his own garden stone as his mother, Fareena Omer, center, helps his brother Ayman,...
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Olander Park maintenance worker Cameron McLeod doles out cement to Amaan Omer. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Olander Park maintenance worker Cameron McLeod doles out cement to Amaan Omer.
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Amaan Omer, 10, plots out his pattern before committing it to cement. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Amaan Omer, 10, plots out his pattern before committing it to cement.
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Sheri Peterson, of Sylvania, right, helps her daughter Kate, 3, work on crafting their own garden stone. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sheri Peterson, of Sylvania, right, helps her daughter Kate, 3, work on crafting their own garden stone.
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Kids and their parents line up to work on crafting garden stones. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Kids and their parents line up to work on crafting garden stones.
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Finished garden stones sit to dry overnight at Olander Park in Sylvania. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Finished garden stones sit to dry overnight at Olander Park in Sylvania.
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