Sam Ohms, 10, of Middleport, Ohio, plays catch with his sister Olivia, 12, during the Foothills Music Foundation’s 2016 Music and Arts Series at Charlie’s Red Star Blues barn near Pomeroy, Ohio on Sept. 24, 2016.

Sam Ohms, 10, of Middleport, Ohio, plays catch with his sister Olivia, 12, during the Foothills Music Foundation’s 2016 Music and Arts Series at Charlie’s Red Star Blues barn near Pomeroy, Ohio on Sept. 24, 2016.

 Nathan Trout rests in his back yard in Shade, Ohio on Feb. 6, 2017. Nathan was hit in the face with a hula hoop while playing with his cousin.

Nathan Trout rests in his back yard in Shade, Ohio on Feb. 6, 2017. Nathan was hit in the face with a hula hoop while playing with his cousin.

 Tyla A. Johnson, left, part of the praise dancer group of the Mother Emanuel AME Church, and Jaelyn Nelson, right, walk towards the steps of the church during the Hate Won't Win Unity Walk in Charleston on Saturday, June 17, 2017, the two-year anniversary of the Mother Emanuel Church shooting. Johnson is the niece of the late Myra Thompson. Nelson is the cousin of the late Tywanza Sanders and the great niece of the late Susie Jackson, who were killed in the shooting.

Tyla A. Johnson, left, part of the praise dancer group of the Mother Emanuel AME Church, and Jaelyn Nelson, right, walk towards the steps of the church during the Hate Won't Win Unity Walk in Charleston on Saturday, June 17, 2017, the two-year anniversary of the Mother Emanuel Church shooting. Johnson is the niece of the late Myra Thompson. Nelson is the cousin of the late Tywanza Sanders and the great niece of the late Susie Jackson, who were killed in the shooting.

 Julia Pryor of Jasper, 5, rests her head on her father Matt’s shoulder while slow dancing at the daddy-daughter dance at Jasper Middle School on January 6, 2018. Julia is the youngest of three daughters, and Matt has brought his other daughters in previous years. “This is her first [daddy-daughter dance]. She’s had to wait patiently, and she finally got dad to herself,” said Matt.

Julia Pryor of Jasper, 5, rests her head on her father Matt’s shoulder while slow dancing at the daddy-daughter dance at Jasper Middle School on January 6, 2018. Julia is the youngest of three daughters, and Matt has brought his other daughters in previous years. “This is her first [daddy-daughter dance]. She’s had to wait patiently, and she finally got dad to herself,” said Matt.

 Jase Jackle of Jasper, 4, perched on a chair in the K of C building while eating his hamburger from the St. John's Lutheran Church stand during Ireland's St. Patrick's Day celebration on March 17, 2018. Jackle and his family stepped into the K of C building to escape the cold and misty weather.

Jase Jackle of Jasper, 4, perched on a chair in the K of C building while eating his hamburger from the St. John's Lutheran Church stand during Ireland's St. Patrick's Day celebration on March 17, 2018. Jackle and his family stepped into the K of C building to escape the cold and misty weather.

 Danica Centrachio of Seattle, Wash., stands with protesters at Donald Trump’s Inaugural Parade in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 20, 2017. "No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here," and "hate won't win" were two of the chants their group yelled.

Danica Centrachio of Seattle, Wash., stands with protesters at Donald Trump’s Inaugural Parade in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 20, 2017. "No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here," and "hate won't win" were two of the chants their group yelled.

 Rich Vollmer, left, Chad Merkley, and Don Schroering, all of Jasper, relax with their group of workers after baling, stacking, and hauling 2700 square straw bales from 50 acres of land in Jasper, Ind. The group usually ends their work day with a cold beer, and on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, also washed down bologna sandwiches. Vollmer and his two brothers own Vollmer Farms, which has been in his family for 6 generations.

Rich Vollmer, left, Chad Merkley, and Don Schroering, all of Jasper, relax with their group of workers after baling, stacking, and hauling 2700 square straw bales from 50 acres of land in Jasper, Ind. The group usually ends their work day with a cold beer, and on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, also washed down bologna sandwiches. Vollmer and his two brothers own Vollmer Farms, which has been in his family for 6 generations.

 Shayla Sander, 12, and her cousin Trace Buechler, 11, both of Celestine, sat on Trace’s fathers tractor, Kris Buechler, before the hay ride on June 23, 2018 as part of Celestine, Indiana's 175th anniversary celebrations.

Shayla Sander, 12, and her cousin Trace Buechler, 11, both of Celestine, sat on Trace’s fathers tractor, Kris Buechler, before the hay ride on June 23, 2018 as part of Celestine, Indiana's 175th anniversary celebrations.

 Forest Park football players Zach Lueken of St. Anthony, 17, right, Garret Berg of Ferdinand, 16, Cory Uebelhor of Ferdinand, 15, and Brennan Weyer of Ferdinand, 16, held a contest to see who could stay in the 37-40-degree water the longest after the seventh annual polar plunge at the Ferdinand State Forest in Ferdinand, Ind. on Feb. 18, 2018. Uebelhor won the contest and Berg placed second. "As soon as I got in, my legs went numb," said Berg.

Forest Park football players Zach Lueken of St. Anthony, 17, right, Garret Berg of Ferdinand, 16, Cory Uebelhor of Ferdinand, 15, and Brennan Weyer of Ferdinand, 16, held a contest to see who could stay in the 37-40-degree water the longest after the seventh annual polar plunge at the Ferdinand State Forest in Ferdinand, Ind. on Feb. 18, 2018. Uebelhor won the contest and Berg placed second. "As soon as I got in, my legs went numb," said Berg.

 Jean Duckworth talks to her horse Tom, that survived the Ellis Park Tornado in 2005, at Double M Stables in Evansville, Ind., on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. After taking Tom in when the original owners weren't identified, Duckworth treated Tom's trauma from the tornado with aromatherapy oils every day for six months. As a result of the aromatherapy, she says that he "became a different horse."

Jean Duckworth talks to her horse Tom, that survived the Ellis Park Tornado in 2005, at Double M Stables in Evansville, Ind., on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. After taking Tom in when the original owners weren't identified, Duckworth treated Tom's trauma from the tornado with aromatherapy oils every day for six months. As a result of the aromatherapy, she says that he "became a different horse."

 Dwayne Johnson, father of Janae Carter, kneels after speaking during a candlelight vigil at the corner of Linwood and Monroe avenues in Evansville, Ind., on Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017. Johnson is the grandfather of Prince Carter, 7 months, and Princess Carter, 2, who both died as a result of the crash at the scene following a police chase the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 29. "They took my babies away from me," said Johnson, before he knelt to the ground.

Dwayne Johnson, father of Janae Carter, kneels after speaking during a candlelight vigil at the corner of Linwood and Monroe avenues in Evansville, Ind., on Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017. Johnson is the grandfather of Prince Carter, 7 months, and Princess Carter, 2, who both died as a result of the crash at the scene following a police chase the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 29. "They took my babies away from me," said Johnson, before he knelt to the ground.

 Sam Ohms, 10, of Middleport, Ohio, plays catch with his sister Olivia, 12, during the Foothills Music Foundation’s 2016 Music and Arts Series at Charlie’s Red Star Blues barn near Pomeroy, Ohio on Sept. 24, 2016.
 Nathan Trout rests in his back yard in Shade, Ohio on Feb. 6, 2017. Nathan was hit in the face with a hula hoop while playing with his cousin.
 Tyla A. Johnson, left, part of the praise dancer group of the Mother Emanuel AME Church, and Jaelyn Nelson, right, walk towards the steps of the church during the Hate Won't Win Unity Walk in Charleston on Saturday, June 17, 2017, the two-year anniversary of the Mother Emanuel Church shooting. Johnson is the niece of the late Myra Thompson. Nelson is the cousin of the late Tywanza Sanders and the great niece of the late Susie Jackson, who were killed in the shooting.
 Julia Pryor of Jasper, 5, rests her head on her father Matt’s shoulder while slow dancing at the daddy-daughter dance at Jasper Middle School on January 6, 2018. Julia is the youngest of three daughters, and Matt has brought his other daughters in previous years. “This is her first [daddy-daughter dance]. She’s had to wait patiently, and she finally got dad to herself,” said Matt.
 Jase Jackle of Jasper, 4, perched on a chair in the K of C building while eating his hamburger from the St. John's Lutheran Church stand during Ireland's St. Patrick's Day celebration on March 17, 2018. Jackle and his family stepped into the K of C building to escape the cold and misty weather.
 Danica Centrachio of Seattle, Wash., stands with protesters at Donald Trump’s Inaugural Parade in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 20, 2017. "No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here," and "hate won't win" were two of the chants their group yelled.
 Rich Vollmer, left, Chad Merkley, and Don Schroering, all of Jasper, relax with their group of workers after baling, stacking, and hauling 2700 square straw bales from 50 acres of land in Jasper, Ind. The group usually ends their work day with a cold beer, and on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, also washed down bologna sandwiches. Vollmer and his two brothers own Vollmer Farms, which has been in his family for 6 generations.
 Shayla Sander, 12, and her cousin Trace Buechler, 11, both of Celestine, sat on Trace’s fathers tractor, Kris Buechler, before the hay ride on June 23, 2018 as part of Celestine, Indiana's 175th anniversary celebrations.
 Forest Park football players Zach Lueken of St. Anthony, 17, right, Garret Berg of Ferdinand, 16, Cory Uebelhor of Ferdinand, 15, and Brennan Weyer of Ferdinand, 16, held a contest to see who could stay in the 37-40-degree water the longest after the seventh annual polar plunge at the Ferdinand State Forest in Ferdinand, Ind. on Feb. 18, 2018. Uebelhor won the contest and Berg placed second. "As soon as I got in, my legs went numb," said Berg.
 Jean Duckworth talks to her horse Tom, that survived the Ellis Park Tornado in 2005, at Double M Stables in Evansville, Ind., on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. After taking Tom in when the original owners weren't identified, Duckworth treated Tom's trauma from the tornado with aromatherapy oils every day for six months. As a result of the aromatherapy, she says that he "became a different horse."
 Dwayne Johnson, father of Janae Carter, kneels after speaking during a candlelight vigil at the corner of Linwood and Monroe avenues in Evansville, Ind., on Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017. Johnson is the grandfather of Prince Carter, 7 months, and Princess Carter, 2, who both died as a result of the crash at the scene following a police chase the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 29. "They took my babies away from me," said Johnson, before he knelt to the ground.

Sam Ohms, 10, of Middleport, Ohio, plays catch with his sister Olivia, 12, during the Foothills Music Foundation’s 2016 Music and Arts Series at Charlie’s Red Star Blues barn near Pomeroy, Ohio on Sept. 24, 2016.

Nathan Trout rests in his back yard in Shade, Ohio on Feb. 6, 2017. Nathan was hit in the face with a hula hoop while playing with his cousin.

Tyla A. Johnson, left, part of the praise dancer group of the Mother Emanuel AME Church, and Jaelyn Nelson, right, walk towards the steps of the church during the Hate Won't Win Unity Walk in Charleston on Saturday, June 17, 2017, the two-year anniversary of the Mother Emanuel Church shooting. Johnson is the niece of the late Myra Thompson. Nelson is the cousin of the late Tywanza Sanders and the great niece of the late Susie Jackson, who were killed in the shooting.

Julia Pryor of Jasper, 5, rests her head on her father Matt’s shoulder while slow dancing at the daddy-daughter dance at Jasper Middle School on January 6, 2018. Julia is the youngest of three daughters, and Matt has brought his other daughters in previous years. “This is her first [daddy-daughter dance]. She’s had to wait patiently, and she finally got dad to herself,” said Matt.

Jase Jackle of Jasper, 4, perched on a chair in the K of C building while eating his hamburger from the St. John's Lutheran Church stand during Ireland's St. Patrick's Day celebration on March 17, 2018. Jackle and his family stepped into the K of C building to escape the cold and misty weather.

Danica Centrachio of Seattle, Wash., stands with protesters at Donald Trump’s Inaugural Parade in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 20, 2017. "No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here," and "hate won't win" were two of the chants their group yelled.

Rich Vollmer, left, Chad Merkley, and Don Schroering, all of Jasper, relax with their group of workers after baling, stacking, and hauling 2700 square straw bales from 50 acres of land in Jasper, Ind. The group usually ends their work day with a cold beer, and on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, also washed down bologna sandwiches. Vollmer and his two brothers own Vollmer Farms, which has been in his family for 6 generations.

Shayla Sander, 12, and her cousin Trace Buechler, 11, both of Celestine, sat on Trace’s fathers tractor, Kris Buechler, before the hay ride on June 23, 2018 as part of Celestine, Indiana's 175th anniversary celebrations.

Forest Park football players Zach Lueken of St. Anthony, 17, right, Garret Berg of Ferdinand, 16, Cory Uebelhor of Ferdinand, 15, and Brennan Weyer of Ferdinand, 16, held a contest to see who could stay in the 37-40-degree water the longest after the seventh annual polar plunge at the Ferdinand State Forest in Ferdinand, Ind. on Feb. 18, 2018. Uebelhor won the contest and Berg placed second. "As soon as I got in, my legs went numb," said Berg.

Jean Duckworth talks to her horse Tom, that survived the Ellis Park Tornado in 2005, at Double M Stables in Evansville, Ind., on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. After taking Tom in when the original owners weren't identified, Duckworth treated Tom's trauma from the tornado with aromatherapy oils every day for six months. As a result of the aromatherapy, she says that he "became a different horse."

Dwayne Johnson, father of Janae Carter, kneels after speaking during a candlelight vigil at the corner of Linwood and Monroe avenues in Evansville, Ind., on Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017. Johnson is the grandfather of Prince Carter, 7 months, and Princess Carter, 2, who both died as a result of the crash at the scene following a police chase the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 29. "They took my babies away from me," said Johnson, before he knelt to the ground.

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