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Soccer games to raise awareness of childhood cancer
Ian Graham knows the burden that comes with a childhood cancer diagnosis. His daughter, Addison, was diagnosed with a soft-tissue sarcoma in 2010, at the age of 9. Two surgeries removed the cancer, and she has remained cancer-free since then, and is now a Perrysburg High School soccer player. He’s organized childhood cancer awareness soccer games on Tuesday and Wednesday between Perrysburg and Anthony Wayne High Schools to try to lift some of that burden off of families.
Our Town Going Out

Native American culture
Woodland Indian Celebration returns to Buttonwood Park.
Our Town Schools

Owens athletes find new homes
Volleyball, basketball last teams left.
Our Town Going Out

Perrysburg community calendar: 9-26
Events at Owens Community College, Penta Career Center.

  • Perrysburg Junior High students work on mural

  • ProMedica hosts “Kids in the Kitchen”

  • Woodland Indian Celebration

  • IN PICTURES: Perrysburg edges Southview

  • IN PICTURES: Springfield 48, Perrysburg 17

  • IN PICTURES: Whitmer 52, Perrysburg 24

  • IN PICTURES: Bowling Green at Perrysburg volleyball

  • Perrysburg Slow Roll

  • Five Point Steam Threshers reunion

  • IN PICTURES: NW Ohio Regional All-Star Football Game

  • Perrysburg Bicentennial fireworks display

  • Perrysburg bicentennial parade
Perrysburg Voices
Chuck Jaco
Perrysburg High AD

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"Our athletes, they take pride in the way they play and the way they perform."
Judy Justus
Perrysburg Area Historic Museum

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"We want to enrich our community."
Thomas Hosler
Perrysburg Schools superintendent

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"It’s sometimes a thankless job, and it can be very rewarding at the same time."
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