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Pictures of the Week: October 17-23, 2016

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Actor Jeff Goldblum speaks with volunteers for the Hillary Clinton campaign at the Democratic presidential candidate's headquarters in Sylvania, Ohio on October 23, 2016. Earlier he had spoken with volunteers in Toledo.

The Blade/Jetta Fraser
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wins Eileen and Elaine Helmke, at R.R. Baker Co. Tailor Shop in downtown Toledo, are shown getting things ready for Toledo Day. This archive photograph was taken by Blade photographer Herral Long on Oct. 17, 1950. The Toledo Day event was a semi-annual affair that started in the late 1930s, and was sponsored by Downtown Toledo Associates. Toledo Day usually was held in May and October every year, to encourage shopping in downtown Toledo. Gifts were awarded for spotting mystery shoppers, and a drawing was held to give one lucky winner the top prize — a $250 U.S. Savings Bond. A $50 savings bond and a $100 savings bond were also awarded.

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Sydney Willford, 13, of Monclova, takes a spin in a kayak during a fall festival at the former Nona France quarry in Whitehouse, now part of Blue Creek Metropark, on October 22, 2016.

The Blade/Amy E. Voigt
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A horse and carriage filled with people makes their way down a trail during a fall festival at the former Nona France quarry.

The Blade/Amy E. Voigt
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The main reception area waiting room at the new Neighborhood Health Association Nexus Healthcare Clinic in Toledo on October 18, 2016.

The Blade/Andy Morrison
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CTY glass24 Toledo School for the Arts Pageant Puppet Club dance to music at the celebration. TSA teacher Liz Hayes, left, with students Lydia Kropp (cq), 12, a seventh graders, and Kelsie (cq) Vaillant (cq), 17, a 12th grader. The students design, make and perform with the puppets they create, says Hayes, so the learning combines visual and performing arts with engineering. The Toledo Museum of Art celebrates the 10th birthday of the Glass Pavilion with hands-on art activities, a Ratatouille screening, birthday cake, music, a beer and wine garden ($), architectural tours of the Glass Pavilion, food trucks, and a farmers’ market. This event is free and open to the public. The Blade/Jetta Fraser

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Construction continues on the Bancroft Street bridge over I-75 near the Old West End in Toledo on October 17, 2016. Below the bridge, the northbound four-lane section of I-75 between Dorr Street and I-475 in central Toledo reopened last week. Lake Erie Construction workers Mark Wright, left, and Bryson Schaffer, both on the scissor lift, and Chris Doerner on the bridge's sidewalk, working on the fence for the bridge.

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Fenton McKenzie, left, reacts during a University of Toledo Department of Political Science-sponsored presidential candidate debate watch at Snyder Memorial at UT in Toledo.

The Blade/Lori King
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Sylvia LaCourse, Jeff LaCourse, Brenda Johnson and William Johnson walk like zombies down Adams St. during the Zombie Crawl on October 22, 2016.

The Blade/Amy E. Voigt
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Tim Zbikowski holds his daughter Bria, 4, as the pair walk with Tim's wife Nicole and son Trent, 6, (not pictured) during the 27th Annual Candlelight Walk for a Drug-Free Community on October 17, 2016, at Whitmer High School. More than a thousand students and their families participated in the event, which included recognition for an essay contest, raffle drawings and a short walk around Whitmer High School.

The Blade/Katie Rausch
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Toledo firefighter Herb Davis continues to spray water on the home at 629 Whitlock Avenue that was destroyed by fire late Friday morning, October 21, 2016 in East Toledo.

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Amyre Mays of Maumee sorts the ingredients for her cookie recipe during the annual Cookie Bake-Off at Penta Career center on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016.

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Rose Hobbs of Toledo, front left, and other group members follow along with cardio drumming for cancer survivors instructor Wendy Maran through a choreographed routine during their weekly work out in the Heath and Human Services Building at University of Toledo on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016.

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Patrick Eisel paints the front steps of the apartment building he lives in on Parkwood Ave. in the Old West End of Toledo on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016.

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Dan Momberg, left, who is dressed as a toy soldier, holds his son Keegan Momberg, 4, and watches his wife Lynn Momberg, right, of Perrysburg, try on boots to go with her "Little Drummer Girl" costume on October 18, 2016. Barry Aslinger, center, salesman, compliments the costume. The Mombergs were trying on costumes at Costume Holiday House for two parties that they were invited to during the Halloween season.

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Tent City honorary mayor John Mellencamp speaks before the Walk to End Veteran Homelessness at the Civic Center Mall in Downtown Toledo on Friday, Oct. 21, 2016.

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Kathleen Johnson wheels her husband Karl Johnson past the Toledo Loves Love mural on Adams Street during the Walk to End Veteran Homelessness.

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Peter Uvagi, left, addresses the crowd near a wreath and Hungarian flag during a wreath-laying ceremony at the Hungarian flag in International Park to commemorate the anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian revolution on October 23, 2016.

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Betsy Rose Ujvagi, left, Carl Peatee, center, and Magdalene Uvagi, who came to Toledo at age 3 as a refugee from Hungary, work together in the kitchen during a banquet at The Hungarian Club to commemorate the anniversary.

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Magdalene Ujvagi, left, who came to Toledo at age 3 as a refugee from Hungary, and Ethel Vanko, right, a Hungarian refugee who arrived in Toledo on November 14, 1957.

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Great egrets congregate in a colorful tree along North Summit Street in Point Place on October 19, 2016.

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Toledoan Becky Barron, 15 months, wipes off a pumpkin while visiting the Trabbic Family Farm in Erie, Mich., with her grandparents. The farm, which offers hayrides, corn, hay and fence mazes, and farm animals is open until Oct. 31.

The Blade/Lori King
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Swanton's Michael Lawniczak (23) is taken down by Liberty Center's Christian Kahle in the first quarter of the Friday, October 21, 2016, football matchup at Liberty Center. Swanton would win 28-15.

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Swanton's Gunnar Oakes (11) makes the scoring catch under pressure from Liberty Center's North West (9) and Zane Peterson (25) in the second quarter.

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St. John's Jesuit QB McCoy Butler is stopped by Central Catholic defenders James Hudson (51), Andrew Parker (30), and Elijah Anderson (2) during a football game Friday, October 21, 2016, at Gallagher Stadium in Toledo. The Irish would win 49-7.

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St. John's Jesuit WR Joe Fretti makes a catch for a touchdown against Central Catholic.

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Woodward High School player Marcellus Hunt is tripped up by Rogers High School player Bryson Powell (65) during their football game at Rogers High School, Thursday, October 20, 2016. Woodward would win 34-0.

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Woodward High School player Burrow Alexander (10) hands the ball off to Marcellus Hunt (4) against Rogers.

The Blade/Andy Morrison
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Springfield players take the field to play Bowling Green during their football game at Springfield High School, Friday, October 21, 2016. Springfield would win in overtime 38-35.

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Springfield High School player Lamar Witcher breaks a tackle and races for a touchdown.

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Springfield's player AJ Gucciardo (4) celebrates after Kyle Rhonehouse (11) kicked a field goal to beat Bowling Green in overtime.

The Blade/Andy Morrison
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Toledo's Cody Thompson is all alone as he scores against Central Michigan during second half of a football game at the Glass Bowl in Toledo. The Rockets would win 31-17 as Thompson scored 4 TDs.

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Toledo's Logan Woodside throws against Central Michigan during second half.

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Bowling Green's Scott Miller (21) and Fred Coppet (28) celebrate Miller's touchdown during the third quarter of the Saturday, October 22, 2016, football match up against Miami at Doyt Perry Stadium. Miami won, 40-26.

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Toledo Walleye player and former Sylvania Northview High School player Alden Hirschfeld (23) is introduced to a loud roar before the season opener against the Brampton Beast at the Huntington Center, Saturday, October 22, 2016. Hirschfeld returned to the ice after having brain surgery last March.

Blade/Andy Morrison

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