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Oak Harbor Young Farmer Fundraising Event

The Oak Harbor Young Farmer Chapter is sponsoring a Chicken BBQ Dinner at the Oak Harbor High School Cafeteria on Friday, September 12, as their main fundraising activity for community service groups for the year 2014.   Serving for this event will be from 5-6:30 p.m.  Proceeds from this fundraiser will be used to help the Holiday Bureau, donation to BCS Food Pantry, and promote youth activities.  Cooperating with this special fundraising event will be Oak Harbor FFA Chapter members.

Tickets for this dinner and fundraising event will be available until Monday, September 8.  Tickets will be an $8 donation for quarter chicken, baked potato, green beans, roll and butter, drink, and ice cream cup.   Tickets are available from any FFA Member, Young Faramer member, or call YF Treasurer – Louis Damschroder at 419 898-5440.  Please help raise money to help the Oak Harbor community in 2014.

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Oak Harbor adds public dock to waterfront

The Village of Oak Harbor just became more accessible with the addition of a 60 foot public dock located along the downtown waterfront.

The Oak Harbor Downtown Revitalization Implementation Committee (OHDRIC) installed the dock as part of the village's waterfront development plan. The committee is charged with raising funds for the implementation of dockside amenities including walkways, lighting, landscaping, amphitheater and a dock expansion.

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Ottawa County Fair celebrating 50th year

 

Kendyll Hartlaub sits on one of the antique tractors on display at the Ottawa County Fair.

This year the Ottawa County Fair is celebrating its 50th year. To celebrate, the Fair Board has lowered admission to $5. There will also be a 50th anniversary fireworks display Friday night at the Demolition Derby. On Monday night, over 100 past and present county and fair royalty gathered together to celebrate the 50 years over a dinner before the crowning of this year’s fair king and queen.

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