The Lima Memorial Eyes of Freedom exhibit is now on display in the Columbus Grove School Commons.  (Putnam Sentinel/Nancy Kline)
The Lima Memorial Eyes of Freedom exhibit is now on display in the Columbus Grove School Commons. (Putnam Sentinel/Nancy Kline)
COLUMBUS GROVE —A motorcycle escort arrived in Columbus Grove with the Lima Memorial Eyes of Freedom exhibit Sunday afternoon. The display is one of many ongoing and special activities planned as Columbus Grove celebrates their 150th anniversary.
The village has numerous activities planned throughout the week including a wine/wing event on Wednesday,  train historical tours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, live music, and a parade on Sunday, June 22
The Eyes of Freedom exhibit will on display all week in the Columbus Grove School Commons. It will be open while activities are happening during the Sesquicentennial celebration, most likely after 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, during the day on Saturday, and during the day on Sunday.
Read more about it in this week's Putnam County Sentinel.