City Hall home to quilt featuring St. Marys history

Photo submitted – Among members of the heritage group in attendance as the quilt was recently hung at City Hall were, from left to right, Susan Goetz, Emily Landis, Kitty Straub, Priscilla Phillips, David Larkin, City Manager Tim Pearson, and Monica Radkowski.
By: 
Amy Cherry
Staff Writer

St. Marys City Hall is now home to a quilt commemorating various aspects of the city’s history.
The eight-foot-high by six-foot-tall quilt was created by members of the St. Marys Heritage Preservation Group and recently donated to the city by a woman who won it during one of the organization’s annual fundraisers.
Monica Radkowski, Heritage Preservation Group president, spearheaded the project just over two years in the making.
“The quilt is about the foundation and the strength of the community,” Radkowski said.
Bonnie Pearson, wife of St. Marys City Manager Tim Pearson, won the quilt raffled off in December 2018.

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