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Published: Sunday, 12/26/2010

Never too old to play in the snow

Char Rand, front, of Colorado jumps in a barrel of snow, packing it in preparation for making a snow arch with her cousins on Christmas afternoon at their grandparents' home in Sylvania.


SLUG:  ROV snowarch                         12/25/2010 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt                         Sylvania, Ohio   CAPTION:  Darrell Breese, left, Cari Rand, center, and Lindsay Latimer, right, pack down snow to make a life size snow arch with family on Christmas afternoon in Sylvania on December 25, 2010. SLUG: ROV snowarch 12/25/2010 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt Sylvania, Ohio CAPTION: Darrell Breese, left, Cari Rand, center, and Lindsay Latimer, right, pack down snow to make a life size snow arch with family on Christmas afternoon in Sylvania on December 25, 2010.
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Cousins Darrell Breese, left, Cari Rand, and Lindsay Latimer work on a snow arch. Creating snow sculptures is a Christmas tradition for Mr. Rand of Colorado, Ms. Latimer from Texas, and Mr. Breese of Toledo.


SLUG:  ROV snowarch                         12/25/2010 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt                         Sylvania, Ohio   CAPTION:  A snow Jabba the Hutt was the first finished snow project at 5618 Olde Post Rd. on Christmas afternoon on December 25, 2010. SLUG: ROV snowarch 12/25/2010 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt Sylvania, Ohio CAPTION: A snow Jabba the Hutt was the first finished snow project at 5618 Olde Post Rd. on Christmas afternoon on December 25, 2010.
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The first sculpture completed at the Breese home at 5618 Olde Post Rd. was a Jabba the Hutt of ‘Star Wars' fame.




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