Herald-Patriot, June 19, 2014
Sandra Knebel, Staff Writer
The annual, old-fashioned "Peanut Day" festivities were held on June 17th at the Lucas County Historical Society Museum complex consisting of the A.J. Stevens House, four galleries in the Lewis Building, Otterbein Church, Pioneer Log cabin, Pioneer barn, Blacksmith Shop and - celebrated building of the evening - The Puckerbrush School, newly re-opened after comprehensive restoration. Museum Director, Frank Myers, Museum Curator Marilyn Johnson, and many of the museum's volunteers were on hand to guide visitors through the buildings and explain historical facts relating to the buildings and contents.