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Published: 11/4/2012 - Updated: 1 year ago


Chips Ahoy! fund-raiser

A blackjack and poker fund-raiser was held at the Carranor Hunt & Polo Club in Perrysburg. The event on Nov. 3, 2012, benefited the Perrysburg Area Historical Society. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Myra McClure, center, smiles as Barbara Burnett, left, gets blackjack during the Chips Ahoy Fundraiser for Perrysburg Historical Museum at Carranor Hunt & Polo Club Saturday. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Myra McClure, center, smiles as Barbara Burnett, left, gets blackjack during the Chips Ahoy Fundraiser for Perrysburg Historical Museum at ...
THE BLADE/ZACK CONKLE
Kate Philabaum, center, and Sandy Custer, of Perrysburg, as Keith Custer, Sandy's husband, continues their winning streak while playing blackjack. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Kate Philabaum, center, and Sandy Custer, of Perrysburg, as Keith Custer, Sandy's husband, continues their winning streak while playing blackjack....
THE BLADE/ZACK CONKLE
Jan Odegaard, right, and Nancy Wilbur, of Perrysburg, stop for a picture during the Chips Ahoy Fundraiser. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jan Odegaard, right, and Nancy Wilbur, of Perrysburg, stop for a picture during the Chips Ahoy Fundraiser.
THE BLADE/ZACK CONKLE
The Carranor Hunt & Polo Club in Perrysburg was a hotbed of activity during the Chips Ahoy Fundraiser Saturday. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The Carranor Hunt & Polo Club in Perrysburg was a hotbed of activity during the Chips Ahoy Fundraiser Saturday.
THE BLADE/ZACK CONKLE
Becky Williams, center, and Keith Custer, left, both of Perrysburg, get excited while playing blackjack as part of a fund-raiser for the Perrysburg Area Historical Museum. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Becky Williams, center, and Keith Custer, left, both of Perrysburg, get excited while playing blackjack as part of a fund-...
THE BLADE/ZACK CONKLE
Sue Lahnum, of Toledo, laughs as Deef Labadie, left, teaches her how to play blackjack. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sue Lahnum, of Toledo, laughs as Deef Labadie, left, teaches her how to play blackjack.
THE BLADE/ZACK CONKLE