Community Lines Up to Break Record, Remember Lives Lost

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BRUNSWICK, Ohio — It’s a color that stands for more than school pride in the community of Brunswick.

And this weekend, the city of Brunswick wants residents there to put on their best blue to help set a record for the longest blue shirt line in the world.

It’s all part of “Project Blue Line.” It’s about more than breaking a record — it’s also to remember the lives lost in Brunswick over the past few years including the tragic car accident that claimed 4 teens back in 2012 and the deaths of other students.

The community also hoped to raise money for the Blue Pride Foundation and the Make A Wish Foundation.

Everyone met at 3:30 p.m. at City Hall to line up along State Route 303 for the feat.  The goal was to have 5,000 people in blue shirts lined up by 4:15 p.m. along State Route 303.

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