Hometown celebrities, teams show their support for the Dayton community on social media

Chad Lowe, Rob Lowe and Kirk Herbstreit are among the celebrities with Dayton ties who have shared their support for Dayton's tornado victims on social media. GETTY IMAGES
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Chad Lowe, Rob Lowe and Kirk Herbstreit are among the celebrities with Dayton ties who have shared their support for Dayton's tornado victims on social media. GETTY IMAGES

Celebrities, stars and sports teams with ties to Dayton are using Twitter to send well wishes and prayers to those affected by the devastating tornadoes that hit the city and surrounding areas on Monday night.

 

CHAD LOWE

 

KIRK HERBSTREIT

 

CINCINNATI REDS

 

DAYTON DRAGONS

 

MIKE PETERS

Mike Peters, the Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist for the Dayton Daily News, shared the following cartoon in response to the tornadoes.

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Mike Peters editorial cartoon after the Dayton tornadoes (May 28, 2019)

Mike Peters editorial cartoon after the Dayton tornadoes (May 28, 2019)
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Mike Peters editorial cartoon after the Dayton tornadoes (May 28, 2019)

>> HOW TO GET HELP: Resources for victims of tornadoes

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