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Published: 9/15/2012 - Updated: 1 year ago


Harrison Rally Days festival in downtown Perrysburg

A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg, Ohio on September 15, 2012.

Frank Butwin, of Perrysburg, from the Perrysburg Area Historic Museum table.  A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Frank Butwin, of Perrysburg, from the Perrysburg Area Historic Museum table. A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg....
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Perrysburg High School's Women's Select Show Choir performing at the festival.    A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Perrysburg High School's Women's Select Show Choir performing at the festival. A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg....
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Sophie Perez, 6, of Perrysburg, receives a colored hair extension from Jamie Vanderbilt, of Visions Salon and Spa of Perrysburg.  A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sophie Perez, 6, of Perrysburg, receives a colored hair extension from Jamie Vanderbilt, of Visions Salon and Spa of Perrysburg....
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Amelia White, 9, of Waterville, with a plastic horse at the Serenity Farm, Inc. of Northwest Ohio table at the festival. Serenity Farms offers equine assisted learning and a therapeutic riding program at their farm in Luckey, Ohio. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Amelia White, 9, of Waterville, with a plastic horse at the Serenity Farm, Inc. of Northwest Ohio table at the ...
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Sarah Brossia, of Perrysburg, left, signs up for a chance to win a gift certificate at the Signature Harley-Davidson of Perrysburg table while her children Graham, 10 months, and Madalynn (cq), 3.5. wait.  A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sarah Brossia, of Perrysburg, left, signs up for a chance to win a gift certificate at the Signature Harley-Davidson ...
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Duncan Jones, 9, of Perrysburg, is not distracted by the festival as he finishes a book he is reading.  A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Duncan Jones, 9, of Perrysburg, is not distracted by the festival as he finishes a book he is reading. A ...
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Melissa Lewicz, of Perrysburg, tries to decide between the pink band and the black band for a feathery hair bow for a baby she is expecting soon as she shops at the Raining Babies booth at Harrison Rally Day. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Melissa Lewicz, of Perrysburg, tries to decide between the pink band and the black band for a feathery hair bow ...
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Melissa Lewicz, center, of Perrysburg, and her daughter Bailey, right, look over the hair bows made by Sara Young, left, at Harrison Rally Day on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012, in downtown Perrysburg. Ms. Young sells baby accessories and shower gifts through her business Raining Babies. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Melissa Lewicz, center, of Perrysburg, and her daughter Bailey, right, look over the hair bows made by Sara Young, left,...
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Perrysburg High School's Women's Select Show Choir performing at the festival.   A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Perrysburg High School's Women's Select Show Choir performing at the festival. A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg....
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Too long at the fair? Anabelle  Mora, 4,left, and her sister Carina, 2, get rides from thier parents Russell, left, and Cordula Mora, of Perrysburg.  A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Too long at the fair? Anabelle Mora, 4,left, and her sister Carina, 2, get rides from thier parents Russell,...
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Eli, left, owned by Gerri Walczak, of Perrysburg,  and Tanner, owned by Steve Ashenfelter, also of Perrysburg.  A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Eli, left, owned by Gerri Walczak, of Perrysburg, and Tanner, owned by Steve Ashenfelter, also of Perrysburg. A festival brings ...
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Linda Ray, left, and her daughter Chrystal Ray, both of Toledo, at the 577 Foundation's Enlarge | Buy This Photo Linda Ray, left, and her daughter Chrystal Ray, both of Toledo, at the 577 Foundation's "Adopt-a-Pot" table at ...
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A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A festival brings out a crowd in downtown Perrysburg.
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Northwest Ohio Primary Care Physicians [NWOPCP] Melinda Gosche, of Kansas, left, taking the blood pressure of Gabriella Benington, 11, of Perrysburg as part of a free service at the NWOPCP table. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Northwest Ohio Primary Care Physicians [NWOPCP] Melinda Gosche, of Kansas, left, taking the blood pressure of Gabriella Benington, 11, of ...
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Phyllis Hinkle, of Toledo, left, has author Frank E. Kuron, right, autograph a copy of his book Enlarge | Buy This Photo Phyllis Hinkle, of Toledo, left, has author Frank E. Kuron, right, autograph a copy of his book "Thus Fell Tecumseh" ...
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Hannah Turner, 11, of Perrysburg with Lucy a greyhound at the North Coast Greyhound Connection table at the festival. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Hannah Turner, 11, of Perrysburg with Lucy a greyhound at the North Coast Greyhound Connection table at the festival.
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