Guests play a card game at the Chips Ahoy event presented by the Perrysburg Area Historic Museum at the Carranor Hunt and Polo club.
Perrysburg Area Historic Museum presented Chips A'Hoy: An evening of fun and fellowship on Nov. 2 at Carranor Hunt and Polo Club.
A silent auction and gaming tables run by celebrity dealers were entertaining.
Among the more than 25 dealers were Lois Churchill, Pam Bettinger, Bob Mack, Dwight Osterud, Bob Pollex, Syd Rogers, Brody Walters, and Mary Mennel.
PHOTO GALLERY: Chips Ahoy at the Carranor Hunt and Polo Club
The more than 100 attendees enjoyed the fashionably late party that started at 8 p.m. Kathy Detwiler did her holiday shopping at the silent auction.
Sponsors included Ed Schmidt Auto Group, Jerl Machines, Inc., Master Chemical Corp., and Witzler-Shank Funeral Homes.
The $8,000 raised supports renovation of the Spafford House, the future site of the museum.
Members of the event committee were Phyllis Morton, Judy Justus, Marsha Molnar, Nancy Wilbur, Cary Wise, Polly White, and Joann Ward.
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