Senior Citizen School Activity Pass event at Kingston
Perrysburg School District residents age 60 or older have the opportunity to apply for a Perrysburg Schools senior citizen activity pass, called a Senior Stinger, by stopping by Kingston Residence of Perrysburg Assisted Living Facility (333 E Boundary St, Perrysburg) between 1:30 and 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 6. This event is free and open to the public. You may also contact Melissa Curson at 419-874-9131, Ext. 2102 or [email protected] to make an appointment to apply for a pass at any time.
Senior Stinger Pass holders are given free admittance to Perrysburg High School and Junior High School home athletic events such as football and basketball games. They may also attend plays and musicals produced by the Perrysburg High School and Junior High Drama Departments free of charge.
While admittance is free, there are times when Senior Stinger pass holders need to pick up their tickets in advance in order to reserve a seat. That means if they want to see a play that has reserved seating or could be sold out, they need to pick up tickets when they go on sale. The tickets will still be free, but if Senior Stinger Pass holders do not get tickets in advance, they take the chance of all seats being filled. Senior Stinger pass holders must go in person to pick up their tickets; they cannot send their pass with someone else. The passes are not valid at away games or tournaments. Senior Stinger Passes are valid for a lifetime; renewals are not necessary.