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Published: Wednesday, 5/20/2009

Seniors give a hand, get a hand at spring fling

Rose Tiller, left, of Temperance celebrates herhusband s skill with the Nintendo Wii Fit game as Paul and Betty Lehman of Toledo watch at the 32nd annual Senior Day Spring Fling, at the Lucas County Recreation Center yesterday. Rose Tiller, left, of Temperance celebrates herhusband s skill with the Nintendo Wii Fit game as Paul and Betty Lehman of Toledo watch at the 32nd annual Senior Day Spring Fling, at the Lucas County Recreation Center yesterday.
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Oreda Bufkin of Toledo admires Jinxie, offered by the Toledo Area Humane Society for adoption, at the Spring Fling. Thousands of seniors attended the event presented by the Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio and The Blade. Oreda Bufkin of Toledo admires Jinxie, offered by the Toledo Area Humane Society for adoption, at the Spring Fling. Thousands of seniors attended the event presented by the Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio and The Blade.
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Rosa Medina of Toledo holds up her drawing ticket in hopes of winning a free trip at the booth of Lakefront Lines, one of more than 100 vendors at the event. Senior citizens attending the Spring Fling also were able to have their photos taken with Toledo historical re-enactors, watch cooking, home repair, and fitness demonstrations, and get answers to health-care questions. Boxed lunches were offered, and musical entertainment was provided by members of the Bowsher High School pep band and DJ Tommy Ray. Rosa Medina of Toledo holds up her drawing ticket in hopes of winning a free trip at the booth of Lakefront Lines, one of more than 100 vendors at the event. Senior citizens attending the Spring Fling also were able to have their photos taken with Toledo historical re-enactors, watch cooking, home repair, and fitness demonstrations, and get answers to health-care questions. Boxed lunches were offered, and musical entertainment was provided by members of the Bowsher High School pep band and DJ Tommy Ray.
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