Relay for Life events at Penta PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 16 May 2013 11:33
Kathy, from left, Mackenzie, and Kayla Lehsten walk during the Relay for Life held at Penta Career Center on April 27. Students from Penta and Perrysburg Teen Institute groups joined forces to participate in the Relay for Life. Teams set up their campsites and cheered one another on for a variety of fundraising activities. T.I. members offered corn hole with the impaired vision goggles to demonstrate that substances affect not only driving, but other activities, as well. Linda Logue (bottom), the drug and alcohol prevention specialist at Penta, poses in her prize-winning runway project competition outfit, made out of newspapers and duct tape.
(Photos: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)

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