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Scott Fry of Romulus, Mich., left, and Tom Deverna of Lambertville toss shocks of wheat. At lower right, John Tyler of Fostoria is ready to pick up any shocks that fall at the 56th annual reunion of the Five Point Steam Threshers.

Five Point Steam Threshers reunion

The Five Point Steam Threshers held a reunionon Sunday, July 17, 2016, at Lee Lashaway’s Perrysburg Township farm. At their 56th annual reunion, the threshers numbered between 50 and 60. The Five Point Steam Threshers is a largely informal organization.


Black Squad linebacker Alec Taylor (58) celebrates sacking Gold Squad quarterback Dylan Szabo (6) during the 26th annual Northwest Ohio Regional All-Star Football Game.

IN PICTURES: NW Ohio Regional All-Star Football Game

Two former Northern Buckeye Conference rivals on the Black team -- Rossford quarterback Chase Baney and Lake running back Branden Short -- blasted the Gold team 41-7 in the Northwest Ohio Regional All-Star Football Game Friday, July 15, 2016.


The sky lights up during the Bicentennial Fireworks Display Sunday at Fort Meigs in Perrysburg.

Perrysburg Bicentennial fireworks display

Perrysburg's Bicentennial Fireworks Display at Fort Meigs on Sunday, July 3, 2016, brought thousands of people to celebrate the Fourth of July the city's 200th birthday.


The City of Perrysburg celebrated its bicentennial with an almost 90-minute parade, complete with a flyover, bands, floats and an 11 minute interruption for a freight train.

Perrysburg bicentennial parade

More than 1,000 people took part in the “Making History”-themed parade celebrating Perrysburg's bicentennial. A flyover of two F-16 fighter jets from the Ohio Air National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing was timed to the end of the national anthem.


Beth Fitzgibbons, left, and Jason Siek, both of Sylvania, walk past a row of Ford Mustangs they helped organize during the event. Both Ms. Fitzgibbons and Mr. Siek own three Ford Mustangs each.

Bicentennial First Friday car cruise in Perrysburg

The Bicentennial First Friday car cruise was held Friday, July 1, 2016, in downtown Perrysburg. First Fridays are community events sponsored by the organization Downtown Perrysburg and feature food, games for children, shopping, and other attractions.


Phyllis Keeling of Anderson, Ind., sits in a 1931 Model A Ford, owned by her and her husband, Farrell Keeling, as members of the Model A Restorers Club begin a road trip to the Toledo Zoo, from their starting point in Perrysburg.

Model A Restorers Club in Perrysburg

Members of the Model A Restorers Club begin a road trip to the Toledo Zoo, from their starting point in Perrysburg, Thursday, June 30, 2016. The group is holding their 2016 national meet in Perrysburg, with headquarters at the Holiday Inn French Quarter. About 400 Model A Fords and their owners are involved in the event.


Bob and Linda Domini of Perrysburg listen to the Northcoast Concert Band in downtown Perrysburg.

Perrysburg Music at the Market

The Perrysburg Music at the Market concert series continued on Thursday, June 30, 2016, with the 70-piece Northcoast Concert Band performing a rousing salute to Perrysburg’s bicentennial with selection of Americana and patriotic music. The event was free.


Carter Laneiaux, 4, of Perrsyburg pokes a bubble.

Sand-Tastic hits Perrysburg

Sand-Tastic was held on Friday, June 24, 2016, at the Town Center at Levi Commons in Perrysburg. Sponsored by ProMedica, the family event included sand sculptures, bounce houses, bubble stations, sand boxes and live music.


Michael Bond, left, of Fayetteville, Ark., stands next to Andrew Mater of Tampa during the 15th annual 4k for Cancer dinner hosted by the St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in Perrsyburg. Cyclists wrote the names of the people they were riding for on the back of their legs for motivation.

4K for Cancer bike ride

4K for Cancer, a project of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, is an annual fund-raiser in which more than 150 college students bike from Baltimore to the Pacific Ocean. One group was hosted on Friday, June 17, 2016, at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church in Perrysburg.


Paula Brown, with grandson Pete Lee, 4, wave to passing fire trucks during the Memorial Day parade in Perrysburg.

Memorial Day in Perrysburg

An estimated 8,000 people took part in Perrysburg's Memorial Day parade and remembrance ceremony at Fort Meigs Cemetery.


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