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Azeneth Hernandez, 9, hops down the hill at Foster Park, while Delilah Gonzalez, 5, rolls down and Dayanara Gonzalez, 3, runs trying to keep up during their families’ Easter tradition of a picnic in the park.
No one was quite sure how many years the Mendoza, Ortega, Vazquez and Sahdana families had been coming together to celebrate Easter at Foster Park, but somewhere along the way it became a tradition.

Rama Cousik of IPFW helps Harris Elementary student Caeden Mitchel, 10, string up a tomato plant.
All gardening takes is some soil, an occasional visit from the watering can, some sun and a whole lot of patience, Sam Wilcoxson said.

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Ira Patton, 4, left, and Eliot Noble, 3, concentrate on their hunt for eggs during Sunday’s Easter egg hunt at First Presbyterian Church.
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Save Maumee paddles down Junk Ditch, along Geneva Street Saturday as they headed out on the first day of their nine day, 141-mile downriver  to Lake Erie.(Photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
Save Maumee, a group dedicated to preserving the river's ecosystems, launched 10 canoes Saturday as they headed out on the first day of their nine-day, 141-mile downriver paddle to Lake Erie.      More..
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