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Perrysburg showcasing local artists during bicentennial
Perrysburg resident David Pett can’t remember a time when he wasn’t creating art. “The story I’ve been told is that I painted my parents’ refrigerator brown when I was 2 years old,” he said. “My entire life, my passion, my interest, has been in drawing and painting.” He is the fourth of six artists the city is showcasing at its Municipal Building.

Theodore “Ted” Barnes: 1946-2016
PJHS teacher, coach had ‘wicked, dry sense of humor.’
Nelson Evans

Newest councilman a familiar face
Former mayor to focus on fire department, water.
Perrysburg High School

Alumni of band invited to play
Sept. 23 show to be grouped with football game.

  • Perrysburg Junior High students work on mural

  • ProMedica hosts “Kids in the Kitchen”

  • Perrysburg Slow Roll

  • Five Point Steam Threshers reunion

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

  • Perrysburg Bicentennial fireworks display

  • Perrysburg bicentennial parade

  • Bicentennial First Friday car cruise in Perrysburg

  • Model A Restorers Club in Perrysburg

  • Perrysburg Music at the Market

  • Sand-Tastic hits Perrysburg

  • 4K for Cancer bike ride
Perrysburg Voices
Chuck Jaco
Perrysburg High AD

"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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