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Perrysburg Farmers Market: 5-16Perrysburg residents and visitors turned out Thursday, May 16, 2013, for the first Farmers' Market event of the season. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.
Perrysburg's Fatinikun invited to NFL campTJ Fatinikun, a 2009 graduate of Perrysburg High School and former Toledo Rockets football player, has been invited to attend rookie camp for the Kansas City Chiefs NFL football team. He will start May 9.
St. Rose PhotosMoonlight & Roses, a dinner, auction, and reverse raffle held recently to benefit St. Rose Parish and School raised $70,000. The event, at The Pinnacle , was attended by about 300 supporters. The owners of the final ten reverse raffle numbers split the $7,500 grand prize evenly. Winners were Bridget and Mathew Beredo, Bill and Barbara Jenks, Shane and Bev Wagener, Betty Haas, Randy and Tracy Allison, Bill and Marlene Schrage, Gregg Hipp, Eric and Tracey Pettteys, Paul Olsen and George and Missy Namay. A raffle for a diamond necklace donated by J. Foster Jewelers was won by Joe and Mary Van Brackel. Monsignor Marvin Borger, pastor, thanked everyone. Event chairmen were parishioners Bob and Pat Bidwell and Matt and Patricia Gaffney.
On The Town: Perrysburg celebrity wait nightsExchange Club of Perrysburg wait night in March at Stella’s Restaurant raised more than $5,000 for the Cocoon Shelter for battered women and their children. University of Toledo Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women’s fifth annual wait night early in the year at the Toledo Hilton Garden Inn raised more than $20,000 to help empower, educate, and engage women. A live auction and raffle added the fun for the 400 attendees.
Baskets of Cheer DriveThe 5th Annual Baskets of Cheer Drive held at The Town Center at Levis Commons collected enough items to fill over 70 Easter baskets for local children in need. Requested items included candy, books, DVD’s and small toys. With the help and generosity of the Northwest Ohio community, the goal for this year’s drive to assemble and deliver 50 baskets was exceeded. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE, START SLIDESHOW.
PHS Orchestras all receive superior ratings at OMEAAll four Perrysburg High School Orchestras competed at the OMEA Large Group State Competition held at Bowling Green High School, March 1-2, 2013. The orchestras performed for a panel of three judges and also performed a sight reading selection for a fourth judge. Each of the four orchestras received a overall superior rating (the highest rating). This is the first time all four orchestra achieved a superior rating. They are under the direction of Michael Smith. The orchestras next concert is March 14th 7 p.m. at St. Rose Church.
Perrysburg Students' Art Featured in Governor's Exhibition20 pieces of artwork made by Perrysburg High School students have been named regional finalists and will travel to the Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition. CLICK PHOTO TO ENLARGE
NW Ohio Heavyweight wrestlers dominateMarquis Moore (Whitmer) 1st place, Cale Bonner (Perrysburg) 2nd place, Sam Burns (St. Francis de Sales) 3rd place, Antonio Zapata (Clay) 4th place. Will all be representing Northwest Ohio and the entire Division 1 Norther District at the Division 1 State wrestling tournament in Columbus later this week. The four swept the northern district leaving all the Northeastern high school heavyweights, especially the heavily favored St. Ed's, wondering where these boys came from.
Give Kids A Smile DayFree dental service brightens smiles during nationwide give kids a smile day at Owens Community College on Feb. 1, 2013.
Perrysburg students join OMEA honors choirThree Perrysburg High School students participated in OMEA District I Honors Choir at the Stranahan Theater Jan. 20, 2013. From left to right: Angel Overholt, Allie Stuckey and Raegen Vickers. They sang the following selections: Domine, Ad Adjuvandum me Festina by G. B. Martini (Concordia); The Cloths of Heaven by E. Daley (SSA); Loch Lomond arr. J. Quick (TTBB); Gift to be Simple arr. B. Chilcott; and Alleluia by Paul Basler (Plymouth Music).