Rudy and Jack both turn 100

A pair of Toledo institutions were honored by the Ohio Senate on February 14. 100-year-old Glass City resident Jack Tongring was recognized by the Senate President with a letter in commemoration of his century of positive contributions to the State as an educator and military veteran. In addition, Rudy’s Hot Dog Stand was honored for its 100 years of service to the Toledo community. Generations of city residents have enjoyed Rudy’s legendary chili dogs since the first restaurant was opened in 1920.

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