Blue ribbons on display for families


Neighbors of Campden Lakes are hanging blue bows in support of the Fleming and Casey families whose plane disappeared just after departure from a Cleveland Airport to Columbus Thursday night. Many of the homes have bows in trees and on mailboxes. The bows pictured hang at the south entrance into Campden Lakes.


D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

Wednesday morning as students entered the main office doors of Liberty Olentangy High School they found blue bows tied to the handles. The school has displayed blue bows throughout the building in support of the families whose plane disappeared over Lake Erie Thursday night just after take off. The Fleming and Casey families are from the Powell area.


D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

The Olentangy Liberty High School sign outside the main entrance was decked out in blue bows Wednesday morning. The bows show the communities support for the passengers of the plane that disappeared over Lake Erie Thursday night.


D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

Neighbors of Campden Lakes are hanging blue bows in support of the Fleming and Casey families whose plane disappeared just after departure from a Cleveland Airport to Columbus Thursday night. Many of the homes have bows in trees and on mailboxes. The bows pictured hang at the south entrance into Campden Lakes.

Wednesday morning as students entered the main office doors of Liberty Olentangy High School they found blue bows tied to the handles. The school has displayed blue bows throughout the building in support of the families whose plane disappeared over Lake Erie Thursday night just after take off. The Fleming and Casey families are from the Powell area.

The Olentangy Liberty High School sign outside the main entrance was decked out in blue bows Wednesday morning. The bows show the communities support for the passengers of the plane that disappeared over Lake Erie Thursday night.

Neighbors of Campden Lakes are hanging blue bows in support of the Fleming and Casey families whose plane disappeared just after departure from a Cleveland Airport to Columbus Thursday night. Many of the homes have bows in trees and on mailboxes. The bows pictured hang at the south entrance into Campden Lakes.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/01/web1_DSC_0613F.jpgNeighbors of Campden Lakes are hanging blue bows in support of the Fleming and Casey families whose plane disappeared just after departure from a Cleveland Airport to Columbus Thursday night. Many of the homes have bows in trees and on mailboxes. The bows pictured hang at the south entrance into Campden Lakes. D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

Wednesday morning as students entered the main office doors of Liberty Olentangy High School they found blue bows tied to the handles. The school has displayed blue bows throughout the building in support of the families whose plane disappeared over Lake Erie Thursday night just after take off. The Fleming and Casey families are from the Powell area.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/01/web1_DSC_0616F.jpgWednesday morning as students entered the main office doors of Liberty Olentangy High School they found blue bows tied to the handles. The school has displayed blue bows throughout the building in support of the families whose plane disappeared over Lake Erie Thursday night just after take off. The Fleming and Casey families are from the Powell area. D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

The Olentangy Liberty High School sign outside the main entrance was decked out in blue bows Wednesday morning. The bows show the communities support for the passengers of the plane that disappeared over Lake Erie Thursday night.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/01/web1_DSC_0620F.jpgThe Olentangy Liberty High School sign outside the main entrance was decked out in blue bows Wednesday morning. The bows show the communities support for the passengers of the plane that disappeared over Lake Erie Thursday night. D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette