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Library program explores living as a Native American PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 25 February 2014 10:54
PERRYSBURG - On Thursday at 7 p.m., the Perrysburg Area Historic Museum (PAHM) will hold its winter meeting at the Way Library. It is sponsoring a talk by a Native American descendant and scholar, Diane Bishop. She will be dressed in regalia and interpret what it was like to be a native woman in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Her interests include Native American history and stories, beadwork, helping at risk Native youth and elders, photography, native plants, organic gardening and exploration of the wonders of nature. She is an avid vocal environmentalist and protector of the local habitat's fauna and flora species.
She has been involved with many local activities over the years. With the sponsorship of the 2003 Perrysburg Ohio Bicentennial Committee and chairman Judy Justus, she organized the first Pow-Wow at Buttonwood Park and was a co-founder of the Black Swamp Intertribal Foundation.
Local Briefs: 2-25-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 25 February 2014 10:52
Date rape investigated in Perrysburg

PERRYSBURG - Police are investigating the report of an acquaintance or date rape that allegedly took place in the city on Saturday.
Perrysburg Police state the incident involved two juveniles who were on a date when the reported incident occurred. Both the victim and the alleged perpetrator had known each other for a short period of time.

Perrysburg Twp. earns Life Flight award

Perrysburg Township Fire and EMS Department recently received Life Flight's Dr. Frank Foss EMS Excellence Award.
This award honors fire, EMS and emergency personnel for providing extraordinary patient care under unusual circumstances. The Perrysburg Township department received the award for efforts related to a September 2013 house explosion in Troy Township.
Local Briefs: 2-24-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 24 February 2014 11:07
Genealogical Society meets

The Wood County Chapter of Ohio Genealogical Society will meet Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Atrium of the Wood County Office Building for a short business meeting. The public is welcome.
At 1:30 the group will proceed to the Wood County Recorder's Office.   
Julie Baumgardner, Wood County Recorder, will share information on how to find and interpret property, mortgage and other records located in the Recorder's Office.

Gun reported stolen in BG

Theft of a gun from a vehicle was reported Saturday in the city.
Bowling Green Police report that the firearm - a 9mm Ruger handgun - was taken from the center console of the vehicle in the 900 block of Wilson Drive.
The weapon was last seen Dec. 27. The vehicle had reportedly been kept in a locked garage.
Police are investigating the incident.
BGHS, BGSU bands combine for concert (2-24-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 24 February 2014 11:24
The Bowling Green High School Bands and BGSU Trombone Choir will be combining forces at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the BG City Schools Performing Arts Center.
The concert will begin with music written by the Italian composer, Giovanni Gabrieli who wrote some very creative antiphonal brass music over 400 years ago.
Declan Wicks, an alumni of Bowling Green High School, will also be performing as a member of the BGSU Trombone Choir.
Dr. William Mathis conducts the BGSU Trombone Choir.
The BG Concert Band conducted by Jeremy Sison will then perform followed by the BGSU Trombone Choir.  
The BG symphonic band will conclude the evening. Bruce Corrigan conducts the band.
There is no admission charge.
Veterans sought for oral history project PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 24 February 2014 10:31
FREMONT - History could not exist without the personal records of people. Acutely aware of the importance of preserving the letters, diaries, pictures, and objects of past generations, the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center has launched the Northwest Ohio Veterans' Oral History Project.
The program focuses on amassing the personal recollections of America's war veterans in order to preserve an authentic record of wartime events from World War II to the present day. Two military veterans from Northwest Ohio already have participated in the project and more are being sought.
The process begins with a personal interview which is recorded. That recording is transcribed and combined with scans of photographs, letters, and correspondence provided by the veteran. The materials then become part of the Hayes Presidential Center's Local History Collection and can be studied by educators, students, researchers, and scholars.
Once all project materials are processed the veteran and/or family receives a Northwest Ohio Veterans' Oral History Project packet that includes a typed transcription of the interview, photocopies of photographs and documents, a description of that collection, and a CD containing digital files of all material in the veteran's individual collection. Original photographs and documents are returned. However, the Hayes Center would be pleased to accept veterans' donations of original documents, letters, and photographs.
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