The summertime fun is officially on! Friday was the first day of summer and activities in both Rossford and downtown Toledo sure drew in the crowds. Not only did everyone we caught up with enjoy the outdoor activities, they also love this heat!
Friday night activities kicked off as the Special Olympics torch en route to the state capital made its way to Fifth Third Field. With just a week until the games, the flame arrived at the mud hens game escorted by hundreds of officers who are running the route.
Organizers say more than $500,000 has been raised by law enforcement in this torch run. Two special Olympic athletes threw out the first pitch and the stands were packed with Mud Hen fans.
The Special Olympic's torch brought with it the summertime heat as well. Families tell us they are excited to officially kick off their summer and the hot temps are welcomed.
Air Supply rocked the night at Hollywood Casino's second outdoor concert. Some concert goers traveled for hours to watch. The summer concert series is a hit so far and officials hope to keep the momentum going with their concert line-up.
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