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Published: Monday, 6/29/2009

Rossford breaks ground for athletic complex

Slug: CTY rossford29p                Date 6/28/2009           The Blade/ Amy E. Voigt              Location: Rossford, Ohio NOTE TO DESK: Randy gardner was the only official at event.  CAPTION:  Brian Hughes, President of the Rossford School Board, left, chats with the Rossford Bulldog Mascot, who is being played by school board member Jackie Brown, right, during the groundbreaking for the first phase of Rossford School District's $14 million athletic complex. Slug: CTY rossford29p Date 6/28/2009 The Blade/ Amy E. Voigt Location: Rossford, Ohio NOTE TO DESK: Randy gardner was the only official at event. CAPTION: Brian Hughes, President of the Rossford School Board, left, chats with the Rossford Bulldog Mascot, who is being played by school board member Jackie Brown, right, during the groundbreaking for the first phase of Rossford School District's $14 million athletic complex.
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Brian Hughes, president of the Rossford school board, chats with the schools Bulldog mascot, played by school board member Jackie Brown, during groundbreaking for the first phase of Rossford High s $14 million athletic complex.


Slug: CTY rossford29p                Date 6/28/2009           The Blade/ Amy E. Voigt              Location: Rossford, Ohio NOTE TO DESK: Randy gardner was the only official at event.  CAPTION:  Grant Eckel, left, and his sister Grace Eckel, right, who are children of the Track coach Todd Eckel, sit on the bit of land that was scooped up after the groundbreaking for the first phase of Rossford School District's $14 million athletic complex. Slug: CTY rossford29p Date 6/28/2009 The Blade/ Amy E. Voigt Location: Rossford, Ohio NOTE TO DESK: Randy gardner was the only official at event. CAPTION: Grant Eckel, left, and his sister Grace Eckel, right, who are children of the Track coach Todd Eckel, sit on the bit of land that was scooped up after the groundbreaking for the first phase of Rossford School District's $14 million athletic complex.
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Grant Eckel, left, and his sister Grace, children of track coach Todd Eckel, get in on the ground floor during the event. Phase one will add six tennis courts and new accommodations for track and field, baseball, softball, and soccer.




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