Damaged flags replaced

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Downtown Findlay businessman Karl Kuhlman was all smiles Wednesday as 13 new U.S. flags were delivered to him to replace flags that were vandalized along North Main Street. Kuhlman, shown here with one of the damaged flags, and Nick Moser place U.S. flags on poles along Main Street, but someone vandalized six of them last week. A Toledo flag retailer, Toledo Flags, began collecting donations upon hearing of the vandalism, and delivered seven flags on Wednesday. John and Rhonda Firestone, owners of Tuffy of Findlay, provided another six flags. Kuhlman owns Karl Kuhlman’s Body & Radiator Repair. (Photo by Randy Roberts)

Downtown Findlay businessman Karl Kuhlman was all smiles Wednesday as 13 new U.S. flags were delivered to him to replace flags that were vandalized along North Main Street. Kuhlman, shown here with one of the damaged flags, and Nick Moser place U.S. flags on poles along Main Street, but someone vandalized six of them last week. A Toledo flag retailer, Toledo Flags, began collecting donations upon hearing of the vandalism, and delivered seven flags on Wednesday. John and Rhonda Firestone, owners of Tuffy of Findlay, provided another six flags. Kuhlman owns Karl Kuhlman’s Body & Radiator Repair. (Photo by Randy Roberts)

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