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The Lagrange Street Polish Fest in Toledo

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Carol Zomkowski, left, and Daniel Wozniak, both from Toledo, good friends who dance together every week. dancing to the music of Badinov under the tent just south of Czelusta Park on Lagrange. The Lagrange Street Polish Fest. The festival continues through Sunday.

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Two-year-old Hassan Cliff, of Toledo, receives a sword from Chris Yantek, of Cincinnati. With Cliff is his mom, Brittany Katafiasz. The Lagrange Street Polish Fest.

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Chris Yantek, of Cincinnati, right, is on stilts while he creates objects and animals from balloons. It is his fourth year at the festival. The Lagrange Street Polish Fest.

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The Lagrange Street Polish Fest in Toledo.

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Sandy Mercurio, of Bowling Green, left, and her daughter Katie Heltman, also of BG, look at a picture of Heltman's late father in the 1964 Craftsman, the yearbook of Macomber. At right, Robert Fox, of Lambertville, Michigan, looks for an elementary school friend who attended Macomber in a 1958 Craftman yearbook.

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"That's how you start your journey," says Linda Lentz, of Bowling Green, right, to Ray Wysoszinski, formerly of the neighborhood but now a resident of Temperance, Michigan, left. Wysoszinski is getting help starting his family tree from Lentz,. Lentz is a member of the Toledo Polish Genealogy Society, which will have a member to answer questions in front of St. Hedwig's Catholic Church during the festival. The group, which meets monthly from October through June, also has prelininary information from area residents.

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"That's how you start your journey," says Linda Lentz, of Bowling Green, right, to Ray Wysoszinski, formerly of the neighborhood but now a resident of Temperance, Michigan, left. Wysoszinski is getting help starting his family tree from Lentz,. Lentz is a member of the Toledo Polish Genealogy Society, which will have a member to answer questions in front of St. Hedwig's Catholic Church during the festival. The group, which meets monthly from October through June, also has prelininary information from area residents.

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A few Toledo area residents pose for a photo at the Lagrange Polish Festival.

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Howard Ebright, now of Fort Mills, South Carolina, comes to Toledo to be with his friends during the annual Polish Festival.

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Carol Zomkowski, left, and Daniel Wozniak, both from Toledo, good friends who dance together every week. dancing to the music of Badinov under the tent just south of Czelusta Park on Lagrange. The Lagrange Street Polish Fest.

The Blade/Jetta Fraser
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Carol Zomkowski, left, and Daniel Wozniak, both from Toledo, good friends who dance together every week. dancing to the music of Badinov under the tent just south of Czelusta Park on Lagrange.

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Carol Zomkowski, left, and Daniel Wozniak, both from Toledo, good friends who dance together every week. dancing to the music of Badinov under the tent just south of Czelusta Park on Lagrange.

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Carol Zomkowski, left, and Daniel Wozniak, both from Toledo, good friends who dance together every week. dancing to the music of Badinov under the tent just south of Czelusta Park on Lagrange. The Lagrange Street Polish Fest in Toledo, Ohio on July 13, 2012. The festival continues through Sunday.

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