Here are photos of an outdoor wall mural of main street. You will see this as you come into town from the south, over the railroad overpass. The mural shows what main street looked like a century ago.
The other photos are of actual buildings, taken in 2008.
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VARIOUS CHURCHES LARGE AND SMALL ARE AVAILABLE, I offer this church only as an example. This is the Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Ravenna.
If you can be in Ravenna on the third weekend in June, you can take in the yearly Annevar (Ravenna spelled backwards) celebration.
LOOKS LIKE they have pizza, I don't know what else. They have food to go, the sign says.
Favorite Dish: never tried it.
The main entrance to Ravenna from the south is an overpass that takes you over some very busy railroad tracks. This overpass has recently been completely redone and was opened to traffic in early 2006.
THE RAVENNA GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM MADE THE STATE TOURNAMENT in 2006, so the boosters put up individual mini-baskets, each with a team member's name, in the middle of the median on Main Street. Chances are, no vandals harmed these baskets.
You gotta love small towns.
ON A FARM NEAR RAVENNA IS THIS MAGNIFICENT OLD PIANO, brought over on a ship, accompanied by its owner, from Stuttgart, Germany.
Four photos attached.
SEE THE HOMES, OLD AND NEW, where Ravenna folks live.
This particular house is in the country near Ravenna.