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Holmes County Republican Women – Contact Jane Graven, president, (330) 674-8421; to promote the Republican Party and its use; assissts Republican candidates during election; open to any Republican women in the county. Home Builders Association of Wayne and Holmes Counties – 4973 Cleveland Rd., Suite A, Wooster; Debbie Tracy-Windom, executive officer, (330) 345-1293, hba3690@aol.com, www. whhba.com. Killbuck Valley Writers’ Guild (KVWG) – Meets weekly at Jitters Coffee House (in the fireplace room), 1545 S. Washington Street, Millersburg on most Sundays (except holidays) from 1-4 p.m. KVWG membership is open to all amateur or professional writers who live in Holmes or Wayne Counties as well as in the surrounding area. We get together weekly for mutual support and inspiration. KVWG members include journalists, published and unpublished authors as well as aspiring authors. All levels of writers are welcome to attend in a friendly and supportive forum. For more information visit www.killbuckvalleywritersguild.org or 330-464-0624. MISCELLANEOUS ORGANIZATIONS Delta Kappa Gamma (DKG) – Holmes County Chapter is an Ministerial Association – Usually meets the 3rd Thursday, at International Society that promotes professional and personal various locations; Rev. Thomas Jones, (330) 674-2641, or Rev. Steve Young (330) 674-4986. growth of women educators and excellence in education. Nashville Cemetery Association – Meets the 2nd Tuesday, Meets six times a year in Sept., Oct., Nov., March, April, and 6:30 p.m., at the cemetery building, located behind Nashville May. Bonnie Trubee, president, (330)-674-3377. United Methodist Church; Bill Young, president, (330) 378Gnat Boxers Square Dance Club – Meets the 1st and 3rd Saturday, 8-10:30 p.m., Ida Sue School, 266 Oldman Rd.; Dick 2851. Pomerene Hospital Volunteer Services/Auxiliary – Volunteer Mackey, (330) 264-2725. opportunities and fundraisers, (330) 674-1584, ext. 1100; www. Holmes County Farm Bureau Trustees – Meets at 7:30 p.m. pomerenehospital.org. on the third Thursday of each month in the meeting room of Rotary Club of Millersburg – Meets Wednesday, 11:45 a.m.; the Holmes County Education Foundation Building; 377 W. Comfort Inn banquet room, 1102 Glen Dr., Millersburg. Liberty St., Wooster; John Fitzpatrick, organization director; Stepping Stones Mothers League – Meets the 1st Thursday, (330) 263-7456, Jfitzpat@ ofbf.org. September-May, 7:30 p.m., in members’ homes; Jan Lemon, Holmes County Republican Central Committee – Meets (330) 279-3112; works for the welfare of the children in the quarterly at the Holmes County District Library; Robin Hovis, chairman, (330) 674-5000, robhovis@outlook.com, www. community. If you do not see your club or organization listed and would holmescountygop.com. like to see it listed in future editions please call 330-264-1125.

Girl Scouts, Ohio’s Heartland (satellite office) – 35 N. Park St., Mansfield 44902, (800) 433-1290, www.gsoh.org; Paula Confalone, vice president membership engagement; “Girl Scouting is for every girl, everywhere;” offers Daisy Troops (girls in kindergarten through first grade), Brownies (girls in second through third grades), Jr. Scouts (girls in fourth through fifth grades), Cadets (girls in sixth through eighth grades), Sr. Scouts (girls in ninth through tenth grades), and Girl Scout Ambassadors (girls in eleventh through twelfth grades). 4-H – 75 E. Clinton St., Suite 109, Millersburg, (330) 674-3015, holmes.osu.edu; Hallie Rutt, 4-H educator, mast.115@osu.edu; Holmes County youth are involved in approximately 38 clubs that offer projects in more than 200 areas, including cooking, nutrition, livestock, photography, electricity, leadership development and many other projects to enhance life-skills learning.

THE HOLMES COUNTY FAIR Contact Information - NEW LOCATION! 8990 TR 301, One mile west of the Square in Millersburg, just off of SR 39 West. (330) 674-0869, visit www.holmescountyfair.com or like us on Facebook. 2016 Fair – August 8-13, 2016 Activities & Events – 4-H & FFA exhibits and events, livestock shows, home arts & flower displays, commercial booths, rides, games, spectator events and much more; exciting grandstand events (tractor pull, demolition derby, rodeo and more!) continuous entertainment on “The Stage on the Green.” In addition to rides and entertainment, 4-H & FFA members will be showing off their animals and life-skills projects. We also feature Market Livestock Sales on both Thursday and Friday nights. General admission is only $5.00, which includes parking, free grandstand & musical entertainment nightly. We have a special admission price of $4.00 for senior citizens, and Kid’s 10 and under get in free every day! And don’t miss “Kid’s Day” Wednesday, Noon to 4, featuring food vendor discounts, free fun activities and discounted ride prices.

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“After years of planning, and with tremendous support from our community, we are very excited to host the 2016 Holmes County Fair at our new Fair Grounds at Harvest Ridge.” Fair President Kerry Taylor said. “We invite everyone to join us for the Opening Ceremony on Monday, August 8th at 5:30 pm.”

Holmes County Today: The 2016 Community Guide  

A guide to services and life in Holmes County, Ohio, published by Spectrum Publications, a division of The Daily Record.

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