Ohio Cooperative Living - July 2022 - Paulding Putnam

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COOPERATIVE RATI ATIVE AT Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative

Have a blast!

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INSIDE FEATURES 23 COLD AND CREAMY

Since July is National Ice Cream Month, we highlight some of Ohio’s longtime producers of the sweet stuff.

26 FUTURE FARM

Mezzacello urban agriculture project grows more than food.

30 SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

From sweet corn to the summer moon, Ohio festivals offer a treat for any taste.

Cover image on most editions: The American Fireworks Company in Hudson produces hundreds of pyrotechnic displays each year, including one at the Elsner family farm in Miami County each July. This American Fireworks display was captured by Greg Seevers. This page: Festival-goers will eat over 100,000 ears of hot, buttered corn at this year’s Sweet Corn Festival in Millersport.

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UP FRONT

Independence T

he Fourth of July provides us an opportunity to celebrate our independence as the United States of America. Our national holiday also provides an opportunity to reflect on the courage and strength of will demonstrated by the colonial leaders who drafted and signed our famous Declaration of Independence. While the first few lines are more famous, the closing sentence provides a clear view of their understanding of what it takes to be truly independent. “And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.” It’s a statement of unwavering personal commitment and also of a firm reliance on trusted partners. It’s a paradox: Our independence relies on trust and interdependence. Today we all continue to be beneficiaries of the wisdom and commitment exhibited by these revolutionaries. Threats to our independence — as a nation, in our community, in our business or family life — will always exist. Your electric cooperative survives as a locally controlled, independent business through these same principles: an unwavering commitment to providing an essential service to all members at a reasonable cost and a firm reliance on trusted partners throughout the electric cooperative network to help them maintain their independence. By sticking together, we are stronger. Thank you for your support and patronage of your electric cooperative. Hope you and your family enjoy a fun and safe Independence Day. God bless America!

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Pat O’Loughlin

PRESIDENT & CEO OHIO’S ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES

It’s a paradox: Our independence relies on trust and interdependence. By sticking together, we are stronger.


July 2022 • Volume 64, No. 10

Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives 6677 Busch Blvd. Columbus, OH 43229 614-846-5757 www.ohiocoopliving.com Patrick O’Loughlin Caryn Whitney Jeff McCallister Rebecca Seum

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President & CEO Director of Communications Managing Editor Assistant Managing Editor

Contributors: 2Shea Creative, Jodi Borger, Colleen Romick Clark, Getty Images, W.H. “Chip” Gross, Vicki Reinhart Johnson, Catherine Murray, Margie Wuebker, and Patty Yoder. OHIO COOPERATIVE LIVING (USPS 134-760; ISSN 2572-049X) is published monthly by Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives, Inc. It is the official communication link between the electric cooperatives in Ohio and West Virginia and their members. Subscription cost for members ranges from $5.52 to $6.96 per year, paid from equity accruing to the member. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to editorial and advertising offices at: 6677 Busch Boulevard, Columbus, OH 43229-1101. Periodicals postage paid at Pontiac, IL 61764, and at additional mailing offices. Nothing in this publication may be reproduced in any manner without written permission from Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives, Inc. All rights reserved. The fact that a product is advertised in Ohio Cooperative Living should not be taken as an endorsement. If you find an advertisement misleading or a product unsatisfactory, please notify us or the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, Consumer Protection Section, 30 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43215. Periodicals postage paid at Columbus, OH, and at additional mailing offices.

4 POWER LINES

Going solar: There’s a bright side and dark side to investing in solar panels for the home.

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10 CO-OP PEOPLE

Having a blast: From humble beginnings, family’s fireworks show draws ’em in by the thousands.

12 WOODS, WATERS, AND WILDLIFE

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Little Sure Shot: The story of

Annie Oakley, “Wild Bill” Hickock, and Sitting Bull is told in detail at the Garst Museum in Greenville.

15 GOOD EATS

Tex-Mex: July’s weather got you in the mood for something hot and spicy? Try these for dinner!

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19 LOCAL PAGES

News and information from your electric cooperative.

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Cheryl Solomon

37 CALENDAR

What’s happening: July/ August events and other things to do around Ohio.

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Rheta Gallagher 614-940-5956 | rgallagher@ohioec.org

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40 MEMBER INTERACTIVE

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Sparklers: There’s nothing quite like the summer fun of these miniature, hand-held light shows.

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POWER LINES

Reality check BY CARYN GOLDEN WHITNEY

THE HOURS of bright sunshine that come with scorching Ohio summers often spur people to consider harnessing energy from the sky’s brightest star with rooftop solar panels. It sounds even more attractive when smooth-talking salespeople make promises that sound almost too good to be true. The reality of going solar, however, isn’t nearly as black and white as those salespeople might make it sound. As with most things that have to do with electricity in the homes of co-op members, a partnership between the homeowner, the cooperative, and the contractor leads to the best outcomes. The more informed members are throughout the process, the happier they are with the results of their solar installation.

Retired law enforcement officer Mark Mondello had 15 solar panels installed on his house but now regrets the decision because his energy savings are not nearly what he was led to believe they would be and substandard installation has led to a leaky roof.

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Bright side

Demarco Deshaies of Rockridge in Hocking County decided to investigate solar as a backup after losing electric service for several days following a devastating February 2022 winter storm. “We didn’t have water when we were without power, or internet, and we lost a lot of food,” says Deshaies, a South Central Power Company member. With a small child and wife at home, Deshaies didn’t want to go through that experience again, so he began researching solar as a backup power solution, to keep the basics working in case of similar outages in the future. Deshaies, a do-it-yourselfer, wanted to install the solar system himself. He checked out some YouTube videos and studied the solar facts sheets on South Central Power’s website, then contacted Jacob Atkins, an energy advisor at South Central Power. The two worked together to make sure Deshaies’ plan would

meet all state and local requirements, would integrate into the grid, and made overall sense. Once he had all the facts, he could move forward with confidence. The total cost of Deshaies’ solar panel system was $16,400, which included 14 rooftop panels and a battery to store power. It took him three days and some help from friends to install the system, and it’s been up and supplying power since Memorial Day weekend. “A sunny day supplies just a little more power than we consume in a day,” Deshaies says, “and a cloudy, rainy day produces about half what we need.” He programmed the system to prioritize keeping his 10-kWh battery fully charged so he’ll have backup power in the event of an outage. He’s been happy enough that he’s considering installing more panels and battery storage to double his generation and storage capacity and potentially eliminate his $150-per-month electric bill. Deshaies did the math and says his break-even date for the cost of the system would be 11 years, but that a 26% tax credit for buying the system would cut that time to 6 years.

Dark side

for the best interests of our members, which is why we encourage them to contact us regarding home solar installation.”

“Those are just the ones who have called us,” says Ed VanHoose, general manager of both LMRE and NCE. “We know there are many, many more than that.”

VanHoose and Miller decided to act. In April, HolmesWayne Electric Cooperative issued an urgent warning to its co-op members to call their cooperative before signing a solar contract.

Glenn Miller, president and CEO of Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative in Millersburg, has heard similar horror stories. “It’s heartbreaking to see some of our members have been misled and taken financial advantage of,” Miller says. “We are always looking out

Retired Ohio law enforcement officer Mark Mondello saw Holmes-Wayne’s warning post on Facebook. He wishes he had seen it two years ago before he purchased 15 panels for $26,000.

Over the past two years alone, 62 co-op members of Wellington-based Lorain-Medina Rural Electric Cooperative and Attica-based North Central Electric Cooperative have contacted the co-ops’ energy advisors with tales of roofs collapsing, inoperable solar panel systems sold by door-to-door salespeople using highpressure sales tactics, and life savings up in smoke.

The stories, of course, aren’t limited to just a few co-ops; complaints come in from every corner of the state. In fact, the Better Business Bureau took in nearly 900 grievances raised by consumers against one company alone — about 100 were escalated to the state attorney general’s office.

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Another solar option Harnessing the power of the sun with solar is possible without buying an individual rooftop solar panel system. The renewable, green energy source, generated and transmitted by Buckeye Power for OEC members, has been available since 2017 when the OurSolar program was launched. “Renewables, including solar, represent a small but growing part of OEC’s supply,” says Ben Wilson, director of power engineering delivery at Buckeye Power, the generation cooperative that supplies power to all of Ohio’s electric distribution co-ops. The growth coincides with what Wilson describes as growing demand for solar from co-op members across Ohio. The majority of Buckeye Power’s supply comes from coal plants, but hydroelectricity and solar are part of its power generation portfolio too. The OurSolar program, which offers co-op members the opportunity to prioritize solar as their energy source, is growing. “The latest addition is a 2-megawatt solar array east of Findlay that will be energized this summer,” says Wilson, noting that the total power generation from solar will increase to 4 megawatts. “We are excited about these additions, and we continue to look for ways to add diverse and cost-effective resources to our supply.”

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“The sales rep said, ‘there’s a tax credit available of $8,000, but tomorrow it will be gone, you have to sign now if you want to take advantage of that,’” Mondello says. “He really pushed us hard to get that sale right now. If we’d had time to look further into the company and even just waited a week, we wouldn’t have signed or would have gone with a different company — or not bought solar panels at all.” It’s a decision he regrets every day. “Why would I spend $26,000 to save $15 a month on my electric bill?” Mondello and his wife wanted to save money and also wanted to help the environment. Now they have a leaky roof and a $170 monthly loan payment for the solar panel system. Mondello’s mission now is to warn other consumers and co-op members. “I don’t like when people rip other people off — that’s why I became a law enforcement officer,” he says. “I

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“If a co-op member’s goal is to reduce reliance on carbonbased resources, it is usually most effective to first reduce energy usage before considering renewable options,” Wilson adds. “Energy efficiency projects like LED lighting retrofits, insulation and air sealing, and thermostat setbacks provide greater reduction at a lower overall cost and should be prioritized over rooftop solar.” Holmes-Wayne President and CEO Glenn Miller advises contacting your cooperative’s energy advisor. “We can review your electric consumption, complete a home energy audit, and make sure your home is as energy efficient as possible. These are all key to the decision to make such a large investment in solar panels,” Miller says. “We offer a great list of questions to ask the solar company so our co-op members can protect themselves. If it sounds too good to be true, it most likely is.”

know how valuable a dollar is to people, and I don’t want anyone to have to go through what we’ve gone through.” Co-op leaders like VanHoose and Miller urge their members not to sign a contract without calling the cooperative first — because there are lots of questions that need to be answered: Are you being overcharged? Will the system integrate with the grid? Will it pass required safety inspections? “They claim that your bill is going to be zero, but it’s never going to be zero,” VanHoose says. “To achieve that, you would have to buy enough solar panels and battery storage to supply power 24/7, and that is extremely expensive — far more than a monthly electric bill.”

If you have a complaint about a solar installer, you can contact the Ohio attorney general’s office at 800-282-0515 or file online at www. ohioprotects.org/file-a-complaint.


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CO-OP PEOPLE

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From humble beginnings, family’s fireworks show draws ’em in by the thousands. STORY BY JODI BORGER; FIREWORKS PHOTO BY GREG SEEVERS

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hat started out as a little backyard celebration just outside the village of Fletcher in Miami County nearly 20 years ago has evolved into an event that everyone can enjoy.

Mike and Cheryl Elsner, Pioneer Electric Cooperative members and owners of Progress Farms near Piqua, welcome thousands of their closest friends, neighbors, and relatives to their home on the third Saturday in July every year for fireworks and fellowship. This year’s event will take place on July 16. Even their “humble” beginning wasn’t all that insignificant; the event drew between 100 and 150 agricultural business contacts, family, friends, and neighbors. But now, the event has grown to several thousand in attendance — and that doesn’t even include those who watch the show from neighboring private parties or from safe parking spots nearby. “Ultimately, we do this to make people happy, especially those in our community,” Mike says. “You don’t do this for the money — you do this because you want to make those people happy. That, to me, is the challenge.” 10 OHIO COOPERATIVE LIVING • JULY 2022


The job of making attendees happy goes beyond just the fireworks show. In addition, Cheryl helps to decorate and prepare yard games and activities and supplies guests with red, white, and blue glownecklaces, balloons, popcorn, cotton candy, and more. “The actual fireworks show lasts anywhere from 18 to 25 minutes,” Mike says. “We do have a prelude of events leading up to the start of the fireworks show, which includes videos and a thank-you tribute to our armed forces and service personnel.” Before the pandemic, attendees were invited for a backyard barbeque; the Elsners grilled more than 400 pounds of meat for more than 800 guests, and every family attending was encouraged to bring a carry-in side item to share. This year, Fletcher Fire and Rescue is selling tickets for individually boxed meals for those attending the Elsner event. Pre-sale tickets can be purchased ahead of the event, and all proceeds from the meals directly benefit the fire department. Families wishing to pack their own meals are also welcome to do so. Although the Elsners are first and foremost farmers, for the past 14 years, Mike has also worked for Ohio-based fireworks companies. For the Elsners, Mike’s side gig allows them to continue to put on their “little” backyard firework event that started 20 years ago. Mike currently works for American Fireworks, a familyowned and operated fireworks company in Hudson, Ohio. When Mike started with American Fireworks in 2017, he helped with eight shows in his first year. Last year, he assisted with 60 shows throughout Miami and Montgomery counties. “I just can’t say enough about that company,” he says. “American Fireworks has been a huge supporter of me and this event.”

“We have always stressed that our desire and objective is to have a safe, family-oriented function for all attendees to enjoy,” says Mike. “Over the years we have maintained that objective.” The display has become larger and more technological since its early days as well. There are at least 100 people involved in the setup prior to the evening of the show, and most volunteer their time and talent to make the event possible. Some of the Elsners’ best memories from the past 20 years involve reactions of children. “One night there was a little boy whose dad brought him up — he was about 7 years old — and his dad said, ‘This is the man who does the fireworks,’” says Mike. “The boy looked at me and said, ‘You’re the best fireworking man I’ve ever seen.’ And I’ll never forget that line or the smile on the boy’s face for as long as I live.” The Elsners say the best part of doing the show is the people who help make it a success. “The people who attend, support, and enjoy the evening and keep it a positive experience increase our drive to repeat it another year,” Mike says. “We appreciate the people who attend and help keep it a safe, fun evening.” The Elsners are rightfully proud of the annual event and its growth, but know it would not be possible without the overwhelming support of numerous volunteers and their community. “Our intention,” Mike says, “was and continues to be to come together and enjoy an evening of celebration with those who share our appreciation of our independence and our God-given right to live in the freedom of the United States of America.”

To put on a show like the Elsners do requires licensed and certified professionals, as well as a number of volunteers. The Elsners work with the state fire marshal, Miami County law enforcement, St. Paris and Fletcher fire departments, and American Fireworks personnel to ensure the show runs smoothly. All these individuals help with planning and preparation for the event. On the evening of the show, there are 10 licensed pyrotechnic shooters, 20 to 25 pyrotechnic assistants, and fire department personnel on-site. Mike also works with the Fletcher Fire Department to complete necessary safety training for American Fireworks employees, event volunteers, and fire department personnel needing additional recertification hours.

Thousands of friends, family, neighbors — and even complete strangers — take in the annual fireworks show at Mike and Cheryl Elsner’s farm near Fletcher (photos courtesy of the Elsner family).

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WOODS, WATERS, AND WILDLIFE

Little Sure Shot The story of Annie Oakley, “Wild Bill” Hickock, and Sitting Bull is told in detail at Greenville’s Garst Museum. STORY AND PHOTOS BY W. H. “CHIP” GROSS

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he greatest exhibition shooter of all time — male or female — was a young woman from Darke County, Ohio: Annie Oakley (1860–1926). Just 5 feet tall and weighing barely 100 pounds, Annie was blessed with extraordinary hand-eye coordination and athleticism, giving her the ability to accurately shoot most any firearm she picked up — rifle, shotgun, or handgun. Darke County is located in extreme western Ohio, along the Indiana state line. Greenville, the county seat, is home to the Garst Museum, home of the National Annie Oakley Center. “The museum has the largest display of Annie Oakley photographs, firearms, and memorabilia anywhere in the world,” says Katie Gabbard, marketing director at the Garst. “An entire wing is dedicated to her, chronicling Annie’s many shooting accomplishments as well as her lesser-known philanthropic endeavors.” In fact, very few of Annie’s medals and awards survive today, as she had most of them melted down near the end of her life so she could raise money for charity. Annie Oakley is best remembered for the 17 years she and her husband-manager, Frank Butler, spent touring the world with “Buffalo Bill” Cody’s Wild West Show. A circus-like troupe employing hundreds of people, Cody’s extravaganza featured real cowboys, authentic Indians, stampeding bison, bucking broncos, runaway stagecoaches, and, of course, the legendary sharpshooter, Annie Oakley.

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The Gathering at Garst July 30–31 Each summer during the last weekend in July, the Garst Museum and the town of Greenville celebrate not only Annie Oakley but other famous Darke County people and historical events — for instance, native son, author, and radio personality Lowell Thomas (1892–1981) and the signing of the 1795 Treaty of Greenville between the fledgling United States and Native American tribes. Also part of the weekend is a living-history encampment, where early-American reenactors demonstrate firing not only period muzzleloading rifles but also cannons! Come join thousands of others and enjoy vendors, excellent food, craft beers, and great outdoor entertainment. www.gatheringatgarst.com

Annie was always the first act following the opening Grand Review, awing audiences with a number of “trick” shots: shooting an apple off her pet dog’s head, shooting over her shoulder by using the blade of a Bowie knife as a mirror, shooting while standing on the back of a galloping horse, shooting double targets while riding a bicycle, shooting flames off candles as they rotated on a wheel, shooting a dime out of Frank’s fingers, and individually shattering six thrown glass balls in the air before they hit the ground — to mention only a few of her varied, stupendous shooting feats. Cody was constantly adding new attractions to his Wild West Show, one of which was the Lakota Indian chief, Sitting Bull, who toured for four months during the summer of 1885. After watching Annie’s amazing performance, he nicknamed her “Little Sure Shot,” then presented her with several flinttipped wooden arrows. Today, several of those arrows are on display at the Garst Museum. An interesting side note concerning Sitting Bull is that it was he and his warriors, just nine years earlier, who had wiped out General George A. Custer and the soldiers of the Seventh Cavalry Regiment at the Little Big Horn in 1876. As a result, Sitting Bull was often hissed at and booed by audiences when he was introduced during Wild West performances. Of Sitting Bull, Cody remembered: “He never did more than appear on horseback at any performance and always refused to talk English, even if he could. At Philadelphia, a man asked him if he had no regret at killing Custer and so many whites. He replied, ‘I have answered to my people for the Indians slain in the fight. The chief that sent Custer must answer to his people.’ That is the only smart thing I ever heard him say.” Annie Oakley died in Greenville at age 66, followed just 18 days later by her husband, Frank, they say of a broken heart. The couple is buried side by side at the small Brock Cemetery a few miles north of Greenville. Still today, visitors place coins atop their tombstones, remembering the many pennies, nickels, and dimes Annie shot from Frank’s hand, thrilling millions of spectators throughout both North America and Europe.

As a girl, Annie Oakley was a market hunter before she became a sharpshooter.

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GOOD EATS

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July’s weather have you in the mood for something hot and spicy? Try some of these for dinner! RECIPES AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY CATHERINE MURRAY

AARON’S CHIMICHANGAS

Prep: 20 minutes | Cook: 20 minutes | Servings: 5 1 teaspoon ground coriander 1 medium onion, diced small 4-ounce can chopped green chiles 1 green pepper, diced small 10 soft-taco-sized uncooked flour 1 tablespoon olive oil tortillas (15 ounces) 2 pounds ground beef 2 to 3 cups canola or vegetable oil 3 cloves garlic, minced Optional toppings: guacamole, 2 teaspoons chili powder sour cream, and salsa 1 teaspoon ground cumin Note: Find uncooked flour tortillas in the cheese or deli section of the grocery store. Pre-cooked tortillas will work too, with a less flaky result. In a large skillet over medium heat, sauté onion and green pepper in olive oil for 5 to 7 minutes until onion is translucent. Add ground beef, breaking into pieces until it’s no longer pink in the middle. Drain excess grease if necessary, then continue cooking over medium heat while adding garlic, spices, and green chiles. Set aside. Prep a smooth, dry surface. Lay out a tortilla and spoon about half a cup of beef mixture in the center. Fold the edge closest to you on top of the filling, then snugly roll it halfway up. Fold both sides inward toward the middle, then tightly wrap until closed. Set aside on a tray/plate and repeat with remaining tortillas. In a large, deep skillet, heat canola or vegetable oil on medium-high to 365 F. Carefully lower a chimichanga into the hot oil, frying until the bottom side is golden brown, 1 to 2 minutes. Flip chimichanga, frying opposite side until golden brown. Remove from oil and place on paper towels to drain. Keeping the oil at a consistent 365 F, repeat with remaining chimichangas, being careful not to crowd the pan (which would lower the frying temperature and cause excess oil to be absorbed, preventing them from frying). Serve immediately with guacamole, sour cream, and salsa toppings (optional). To reheat leftovers, use oven broiler and cook on each side for a minute or so. Per serving: 647 calories, 25 grams fat (7 grams saturated fat), 162 milligrams cholesterol, 262 milligrams sodium, 44 grams total carbohydrates, 7 grams fiber, 61 grams protein.

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SMOKY CHILE CON QUESO DIP

Prep: 15 minutes | Cook: 20 minutes | Servings: 4 ¼ cup light sour cream 1 poblano pepper 1 roma tomato, seeded, cored, 2 tablespoons unsalted butter and finely diced ½ cup diced yellow onion ½ teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons flour dash smoked paprika ½ cup milk 1+ tablespoons chopped fresh 2 garlic cloves, minced cilantro ½ teaspoon cumin 8-ounce block pepper jack cheese, hand shredded

Tip: Pre-shredded cheese contains fillers to keep the shreds from sticking together, which can also cause separation in your queso dip. To avoid separation, use block cheese and shred by hand. The first step will be to roast the poblano pepper. If you have a gas stove, turn flame to medium. Place whole pepper on the grate directly above the gas flame. Use a pair of tongs to quarter turn the pepper every 5 minutes, roasting for a total of 20 minutes. If you have an electric oven, turn oven to broil setting. Quarter pepper lengthwise, stem, and de-seed. Place skin sides up on a broiler pan and broil until skins blister and char, about 8 minutes. With either method, keep a close eye on them as they can quickly catch fire and smoke. Let roasted pepper cool, then peel, de-seed, and finely chop. Melt butter in a medium skillet over medium-low heat. Add onions and continue cooking about 5 to 7 minutes until onions are translucent. Stir in flour, cooking a minute or two until mixture begins to smell nutty (it’ll smell less like raw flour). Slowly stir in milk. Continue stirring while sauce thickens, about 5 minutes. Stir in roasted poblano, garlic, and cumin. Turn heat down to mediumlow. Stir a small handful of cheese into the sauce, letting it melt completely before adding the next handful. Continue until all cheese has been added. Stir in sour cream, tomatoes, and cilantro, then season with salt and smoked paprika. Sprinkle some cilantro on top and serve hot with tortilla chips for dipping. Per serving: 172 calories, 13 grams fat (9 grams saturated fat), 42 milligrams cholesterol, 359 milligrams sodium, 5 grams total carbohydrates, 0.5 gram fiber, 9 grams protein.

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CHEESE AND PEPPER CORNBREAD CASSEROLE

Prep: 10 minutes | Cook: 60 minutes | Servings: 12 1½ teaspoons salt 1 small red onion, diced ½ teaspoon ground black pepper 1 red pepper, diced 2 large eggs 1 green pepper, diced ½ cup heavy whipping cream 1 jalapeño pepper, minced 2 tablespoons melted butter 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 cup water 1½ cups flour 4 cups corn (fresh or frozen) 2½ teaspoons baking powder 4 ounces shredded Mexican1 cup yellow cornmeal blend cheese ½ teaspoon ground cumin 4 ounces cotija or feta cheese, 2 teaspoons garlic powder crumbled 1 teaspoon onion powder 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper In a large skillet, sauté the onion, red pepper, green pepper, and jalapeño in olive oil until onion is translucent, about 5 to 7 minutes. Set aside. Preheat oven to 350 F. In a large bowl, combine flour, baking powder, cornmeal, and spices. Add eggs, whipping cream, and melted butter. Begin whisking, slowly adding water as you go until a thick batter forms. Fold in sautéed vegetables, corn, and cheeses. Pour mixture into a 9 x 13-inch greased casserole dish. Bake uncovered for 55 to 60 minutes. Serve hot. Per serving: 275 calories, 13 grams fat (7 grams saturated fat), 63 milligrams cholesterol, 585 milligrams sodium, 33 grams total carbohydrates, 3 grams fiber, 10 grams protein.

ROASTED TEX-MEX SWEET POTATOES

Prep: 15 minutes | Cook: 30 minutes | Servings: 4 ½ teaspoon oregano 2 pounds of sweet potatoes ½ teaspoon garlic salt 1 large red pepper, diced ½ teaspoon red pepper flakes 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon smoked paprika 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon cumin Preheat oven to 425 F. Dice sweet potatoes into chunks, somewhere between ½-inch to 1-inch pieces. In a large bowl, mix together all spices. Add diced sweet potatoes and red pepper, pouring olive oil on top. Toss together until seasoning has coated potatoes. Spread evenly in a single layer, giving the potatoes some space, on a large baking sheet and bake 25 to 30 minutes. Serve as a side dish or dress them up by topping with cheddar cheese, sour cream, bacon bits, and avocado. Per serving: 345 calories, 8 grams fat (1 grams saturated fat), 0 milligrams cholesterol, 29 milligrams sodium, 67 grams total carbohydrates, 10 grams fiber, 4 grams protein.

Have you tried one of our recipes? Do you have a recipe to share with other Ohio co-op members? Visit the Member Interactive page on www. ohiocoopliving.com to find recipes submitted by our readers and to upload yours.

www.ohiocoopliving.com While you’re there, check out a video of a few of our recipes being prepared.

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CALL FOR ENTRIES

COOPERATIVE CALENDAR

Photo Contest

Ohio Cooperative Living magazine is seeking photography submissions from our electric cooperative members. Submissions may fall within the following categories: best wildlife, best landscape, best floral, and best overall photo. Winning submissions will receive a cash prize and be published in the 2023 edition of the cooperative calendar. For more information, visit OhioCoopLiving.com/calendar.

Requirements • • • • • • •

One photo entry per household. High-resolution, color, digital images only. Only JPEG or TIF file formats will be accepted. Please send submissions by email attachment only to photo@ohioec.org. Photo format must be horizontal and capable of filling an 8 x 11-inch image area. Provide an explanation of the photo — the where, what, when — as well as who took the shot. Include your name, address, phone number, and the name of your co-op.

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

JULY IS MEMBER APPRECIATION MONTH George Carter PRESIDENT AND CEO

It is finally here — Member Appreciation Day will be held on July 23 at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo. If you have not RSVP’d, please do so. Attendance is free for members and their immediate family. The RSVP is required for admittance; this is so the zoo can plan for attendance and to be sure of the lunch count. Please reserve your spot by calling our office by July 5. Over the past few years, our Member Appreciation event has grown steadily. From our beginnings at the Paulding County Fairgrounds to last year where over 700 attended a movie night at the Van Del Drive-In, we continue to grow our event. This event will not only provide access to the zoo, but will also give you an opportunity to meet board members, talk to employees, and learn about your co-op. Join the board and staff in the lunch pavilions so that you can maintain that personal connection to your cooperative.

Solar considerations: Be cautious when choosing a vendor and call us first

references? Do they use high-pressure sales practices? Do they discourage you from contacting references or your local utility? Does the deal seem too good to be true? These are just some of the questions you should ask when looking into a solar investment. Your cooperative can assist you with your home energy analysis, including a home energy audit, usage data comparisons, and other useful information to assist you in making the best decision for you and your home. We have a trained energy advisor on staff to answer all your energy-related questions. Feel free to give him a call and schedule a time to assess your energy needs. Learn more about solar in his article on page 20B. I look forward to seeing everyone at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo on July 23, 2022, for our Member Appreciation Day event. Remember: Please RSVP by July 5.

Solar energy is a big topic these days. As you can expect, when something like this comes along, there are always those vendors that want to take advantage and may not have the consumer in mind when providing a service or product. This is surely the case with solar installations. Although Paulding Putnam has not heard as many reported issues in our area as other companies, there are potential issues that members need to be aware of. Most solar installers in our area are very good, quality companies that do fine work. However, that is not always the case. Please see the explanatory article on page 4 to learn more. As always, when making a major purchase, there are things to look for. First and foremost, learn about the company you’re considering purchasing from. Do they have a good track record? Can they provide local

PPEC Energy Advisor Peter Niagu is here to answer your solar questions. Call him at 800-686-2357.

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PAULDING PUTNAM ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE OPERATION ROUND UP

Operation Round Up donates $13,009 to

15 local causes Members of PPEC donated $13,009 to 15 local charities and community projects through the cooperative’s Operation Round Up program. About 80% of our

members round up their electric bill and donate those pennies to this fund, making a huge impact in our northwest Ohio and northeast Indiana communities.

The latest donations include: • Four Presidents Historical Society; $500 for Monroeville Museum print materials

• Paulding Chamber of Commerce; $1,000 for masonry work and landscape for Herb Monroe Park

• Fort Jennings Fire Department; $1,300 for 36 extrication gloves

• Paulding County United Way; $500 for the backpack drive

• Putnam Pet Pals; $500 for Trap, Neuter, Return program for stray cats

• Grover Hill Elementary; $1,159 for a bench made of recycled plastic

• Putnam County Habitat for Humanity; $1,000 for repairing two homes in Continental to meet energy efficiency standards

• Red Cross of NE Indiana; $1,500 for Home Fire Relief Services (utilized recently for a Paulding County fire in April)

• Putnam County Special Olympics; $1,000 for state games, uniforms, etc.

• United Way of Putnam County; $800 for Imagination Library books for local kids

• Leipsic Community Center; $1,000 for community meals • Paulding ACME Baseball; $1,000 to purchase lumber for the clubhouse/ dugout • Van Wert Middle School; $500 for #WhyYouMatter materials

Antwerp Local Schools Art Department

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• Antwerp School; $500 for art tablets

• Putnam County YMCA; $750 for swim classes for second graders

Leipsic Community Center

Fort Jennings Fire Department


United Way of Putnam County

Four Presidents Historical Society

Putnam County Habitat for Humanity

Paulding Chamber of Commerce

Putnam County YMCA

Red Cross of NE Indiana

Grover Hill Elementary

Van Wert Middle School #WhyYouMatter

PUT YOUR CHANGE TO WORK, SIGN UP TO ROUND UP! Operation Round Up is funded entirely by generous PPEC members who enroll to “round up” their monthly electric bill to the next whole dollar. This money then empowers community nonprofits in both Indiana and Ohio who apply. The average member donation is just $6 per year. Please consider signing up at PPEC.coop under our programs tab, email skuhn@ppec.coop, or call our office at 800-686-2357 to learn more. JULY 2022 • OHIO COOPERATIVE LIVING  20A


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Solar for your home It’s not always black and white. As George mentioned in his Message from the President on page 19, solar is a very big topic these days. And unfortunately, it is not black and white — meaning that solar is not a one-sizefits-all proposition. One of the most asked questions is, “Will solar save me money on my electric bill?” In short, yes it will. However, you must ask yourself, at what cost, and what is the projected Peter Niagu savings in years? Solar payback can be ENERGY ADVISOR anywhere from less than 10 years to more than 20 years. I have been seeing about a 15- to 18-year payback the last couple of years. One of the key factors in the investment is cost. Although the cost has come down rather dramatically, while technology has improved, there are still substantial upfront costs when installing solar. In our area, you are looking at about $2.50 per watt of distributed generation capacity. On a 10 kW system, you would expect to pay between $18,500 and $25,000. If you finance the system and add a batterybacked or grid-independent system to hold excess energy produced during the day for use at night, the cost can balloon to over $60,000! This brings me to my next point. There are many good, reputable solar companies to choose from in our area, but out-of-town companies sweep through our area trying to “get the next sale,” and they don’t always have your best interests in mind. You must be very wary if a solar company tells you they can eliminate your electric bill by putting in solar. They may offer money-back incentives or promise savings without considering our tariffs. Some may even discourage you from contacting your local cooperative with questions. These are all telltale signs of a solar company that does not have your best interests in mind and someone I would not want to do business with. The old saying “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is” very much applies here. As your energy advisor, I do have your best interests at heart, and I encourage anyone considering going with solar to please reach out to me for a short or in-depth consultation. There are many factors that can “make or break” your solar experience.

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THINGS TO THINK ABOUT BEFORE GOING SOLAR: •

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Check if your home is energy efficient. A home energy audit will help determine the improvement that will be most beneficial before sizing a solar system. Check to make sure your roof is good. If it’s an older roof, you may need to repair or replace it. Choose a reputable contractor/installer. Start with a list of options garnered from website research, local or state Better Business Bureaus, renewable energy associations, your state energy office, your state attorney general’s office, extension service staff, and any other local experts you can call on for assistance and advice. Contact at least a few of those contractors appearing on your list, especially if recommended by multiple state and local experts. Check out other installations the contractor has completed, comparing bids (get at least three), checking references, and thoroughly examining contracts. If possible, ask a contract specialist or lawyer to review the contract before signing. Contact PPEC for advice and assistance; we can provide use history to determine which size of system will be needed.

HOW CAN I KNOW IF A SOLAR SYSTEM WILL WORK ON MY HOUSE? To begin, you can look at factors such as which direction your home faces, the condition of your roof, and obstructions such as trees and other buildings that may block the sun during the peak generation period of 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Solar contractors can provide a more detailed analysis on what to expect, and your cooperative can offer advice, too.

HOW LONG DO SOLAR SYSTEMS LAST? • • •

Certified systems generally are reliable, with a life expectancy of about 30 years. Manufacturers test panels for hail impact, high wind, and freeze-thaw cycles to represent real-life situations. Most manufacturers offer 20- to 25-year warranties for panels; extended warranties may be available at an extra cost. Little maintenance is required; occasionally it may be necessary to rinse modules off with water to remove dust and grime.


HOW MUCH ELECTRICITY CAN I GENERATE? • It depends on the size of your system. You can determine how much electricity you want to produce; then size your system accordingly. •

A system that will generate 100% of your energy needs is expensive, so most systems are sized to generate only a portion of your home’s needs.

It also depends on your site. If you have a shade-free area from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., you’ll be able to collect more sun and produce more energy than if your site is shaded.

CAN I STORE POWER AND USE IT AT NIGHT OR ON CLOUDY DAYS? Battery-backed or grid-independent systems use on-site energy storage to hold excess energy produced during the day for use at night or when the sun is not producing enough power. Choosing this option will add significant cost and maintenance to your system. Most people opt for gridconnected systems for reduced cost, maintenance, and high reliability. With this type of system, PPEC continues to provide energy to you 24/7/365. Your PV system will produce energy, and even excess, on sunny days. Your system will not collect sunlight at night and on cloudy days. That means you will continue to need to draw electricity from your cooperative during these times when your array cannot keep up with your demand.

CAN I STILL GENERATE POWER AND USE IT DURING AN OUTAGE? Typically, no. Most grid-connected PV systems shut down to prevent backfeeding electricity into de-energized power lines that may have fallen or that line crew members may be working on. It’s important to have this shut-down feature to prevent injuries — and even death — to those working on high-voltage power lines.

QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK SOLAR CONTRACTORS BEFORE YOU SIGN: Will a solar project save more energy and money than insulation and air sealing? Experts agree that insulation and air sealing are almost always the most effective means of reducing your energy use and saving money on your electric bill. It is best to first reduce your energy needs before considering going solar. How much energy does my home use each year? At least one year of usage history should be reviewed if available. You or your contractor can contact your co-op to get this data. How much energy will the solar produce each year? Your contractor should be able to calculate this number easily. Your co-op can also help confirm the estimate. The best bang for your buck typically occurs when the solar will produce 60 to 80% of your home’s annual energy needs. How much will the solar cost me? Ask your contractor for an upfront cost, even if it will be financed. Compare the total cost per the size of system being installed (measured in kW-DC). As of 2020, residential solar systems should average about $3 per kW-DC. Do I pay upfront, or over time? Be very certain of your contractor’s payment terms, as these can vary widely. How much money will I save on my electric bill? Your contractor should be able to produce a good estimate of your bill savings if they understand how your bill works. Make sure to contact us about this, as many members don’t understand how their billing will change and the added service cost of adding solar. Have you asked my co-op to review your estimate of my electric bill savings? You or your contractor should always ask your co-op to review an estimate of bill savings. Mistakes are common, and it is much better to find them before the system is built rather than after.

Visit our website (ppec.coop/renewableenergy) for more information on solar and your home. Call 800-686-2357 or email pniagu@ppec.coop to schedule a consultation or a home energy audit with your energy advisor.

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Making a one difference, contribution at a time

What is a PAC?

A PAC is a group of people with common interests who pool their money to financially support candidates running for elected office. Over 30,000 electric co-op supporters combine their contributions through ACRE nationwide.

ACRE-COPA works to protect your interests Energy-related issues are at the forefront of today’s political debates. Federal and state officials who make policy decisions don’t see you or know your story, but if you’re a contributing member of ACRE Co-op Owners for Political Action, they’ll hear your voice and be more likely to make decisions on your behalf. “There is so much discussion going on about energy that we can’t sit on the sidelines and just watch that debate happening — we have to be involved,” says Marc Armstrong, director of government affairs at Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives.

What is Co-op Owners? For almost 50 years, the Action Committee for Rural Electrification (ACRE) has been working to support members of and candidates for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives who understand and support electric

Frequently asked questions about ACRE Co-op Owners

Where do my contributions go? cooperatives and consumermembers like you. Co-op Owners is the special electric co-op members-only arm of ACRE that gives you the ability to speak up and help elect state and federal government officials who will:

With the exception of a small federal tax payment of less than 1%, all contributions go directly to the campaigns of candidates for political office who support electric co-ops.

ACRE has established procedures for how and to whom the money is distributed, based on factors like the candidate’s positions on issues critical to electric co-ops as well as their votes and public statements on these issues, plus the candidate’s financial need and the strength of his or her opponent.

Keep your energy bills affordable and energy reliable

Protect our economy and jobs when making legislation

ACRE is bipartisan, meaning it supports candidates solely based on their record; their political party affiliation is not considered.

Make renewable energy more affordable for you

How much can I contribute?

Can I really make a difference? Of course! Of the 47 states with electric cooperatives, Ohio has more than three times the number of Co-op Owners members than any other state. “If our members stopped caring about policymakers, policymakers would stop caring about members,” Armstrong says.

Want to learn more? Visit with ACRE representatives at the Member Appreciation Day July 23. An information booth will be set up in the lunch pavilions to answer your questions and help your voice be heard. You can also contact PPEC at 800-686-2357; we are happy to provide you with more information or help you sign up for ACRE.

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Individual contributions usually range from $25 per year to $500 per year. Anything is appreciated. You can opt to add a donation onto your monthly electric bill or make a onetime contribution. Email skuhn@ppec.coop or call 800-686-2357 to learn more or make a donation.

What do I receive?

Aside from helping elect officials that will support your co-op and community, PPEC members who supply an email address will receive a quarterly email newsletter from PPEC with local updates and issues, legislation, lawmaker bios, and more.


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aulding Putnam Electric Cooperative (PPEC) recently received recognition in the national 2022 Spotlight on Excellence Awards program, sponsored by the Council of Rural Electric Communicators (CREC) and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). PPEC received a second-place silver award in two categories: Best Video and Best Event. Both awards were from the co-op’s July 2021 drive-in dinosaur-themed Member Appreciation Movie Night, for the event overall and for the video broadcast featuring employees, a walkand-talk with CEO George Carter, and a co-op update to announce a bill redesign, COVID update, supply chain issues, and more. The video was shot and produced by Communications Coordinator Eric Herman and Marketing and Communications Manager Samantha Kuhn. The 2021 Member Appreciation Day planning committee consisted of nine dedicated employees: Energy Advisor Peter Niagu (event co-chair), System Software Analyst Tara Schlatter (event co-chair), Lead Member Service Representative Joanne Mobley, Engineering/GIS Tech Barb Rife, Safety and Compliance Manager Dee Renollet, IT Manager Todd Taylor, HR and Administration Manager Heather Hunt, Communications Coordinator Eric Herman, and Marketing and Communications Manager Samantha Kuhn. “I am proud of our hardworking staff for planning such a successful member appreciation event last year at the

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Van-Del DriveIn, especially not knowing what would happen with the pandemic situation and wanting to prioritize the safety of our members while giving their families a fun night out to de-stress,” says PPEC CEO George Carter. “Our marketing department also stepped up to produce a quality — and humorous — drive-in-worthy video that allowed me to communicate effectively with members on a variety of important topics. This was essential after waiting nearly two years to hold an in-person event and update the membership on our current status.” PPEC designed a special cover wrap with a registration card featuring a T. rex on the cover of the July member magazines (Ohio Cooperative Living and Indiana Connection), as well as created a variety of flyers, banners at parades, and online content to help get word out about how much the co-op cares for its members. Other staff at the national trade level agree; a variety of member communication is crucial in today’s shifting environment. “Printed news publications, social media, and videos are all more important than ever to keep members updated on issues affecting the electric cooperatives and their members,” says Scott Peterson, senior vice president, communications for NRECA. The contest winners are recognized annually during the CONNECT conference, a national conference for communications and marketing professionals. Marketing and Communications Manager Samantha Kuhn attended on behalf of PPEC to accept the awards. A recap, including the video of the 2021 drive-in Member Appreciation Day, can be viewed online at www.ppec.coop/ driveinrecap, or the gallery of photos is available on PPEC’s Facebook page under “Albums.” Visit www.ppec.coop to learn more.


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EMPLOYEE Tara Schlatter is the first recipient of new employee recognition award System Software Analyst Tara Schlatter was voted by PPEC’s employees the 2022 quarter one Rockstar Employee! This new internal quarterly recognition program allows employees to nominate and vote on deserving co-workers who they feel have gone above and beyond or deserve recognition.

There are so many amazing employees here that it is hard to pick just one person, but based on this last quarter, I am nominating Tara Schlatter. Tara is extremely knowledgeable and is always willing to lend a hand. This last month is an example of that. I had to miss several days of work due to unforeseen family needs during one of my busiest weeks of the month in the accounting department. Not only did Tara handle her day-to-day responsibilities, she also, without hesitation, jumped in and completed all my month-end tasks. Most people here have no idea how much work this was for her. I am so grateful to Tara for her help and relieving that portion of stress from me so I could focus fully on my family. I witness every day Tara’s willingness to assist so many of our co-workers. She is truly deserving of the Rockstar Award!

Tara is involved in all facets of PPEC, helping in every department when she’s asked. The amount of knowledge it takes to help each of us tackle an issue and the time management it involves to make sure all our challenges are resolved ... she’s amazing and is a “silent superhero.”

Tara was hired by PPEC in July 2007 as a member service intern. She transitioned to full-time in 2010. Tara manages software (like NISC programs that handle billing and outages) for the co-op, explores ways for PPEC to expand capabilities and maximize efficiencies, and helps with IT and cyber security needs. She recently launched a new SkillUp employee-to-employee training program, so co-workers can better learn how each person at the company performs their role in connection to other employees. Tara serves as a resource for many employees, as her varied experience across departments makes her knowledgeable about capital credits, service orders, accounting, and much more.

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Tara is a total Rockstar! She is always willing to help others inside or outside of PPEC. She is very knowledgeable and a huge asset to our company.

CARDINAL POWER PLANT TOUR

Do you know how YOUR power is generated? RSVP for our Cardinal Generating Tour on Sept. 14. Located on the Ohio River in Brilliant, Ohio, Cardinal Generating Station provides power to the 24 electric cooperatives serving Ohio, including PPEC. The plant has invested more than $1 billion into environmental upgrades — making it one of the cleanest coal-fired power plants in the world. This full-day trip to see your power plant up close and personal costs $35 per person. People younger than 12, those with health concerns, those who require assistance walking, or those who cannot walk more than a half mile without resting should not take the tour. Space is limited to the first 20 who call. Call us at 800-686-2357 or email pniagu@ppec.coop to RSVP. JULY 2022 • OHIO COOPERATIVE LIVING  20G


PAULDING PUTNAM ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE UNCLAIMED CAPITAL CREDITS

PPEC needs your help! If you know any of these people, have them give us a call! Please help us locate these members so they can receive the refunds due to them. These former members’ refunds were returned “undeliverable” by the U.S. Postal Service. If you recognize a name on the list, notify the person. If the person is deceased, let one of their relatives know about the unclaimed check. A & G CONTRACTING A A T COMMUNICATION CO A T & T CO ABBOTT BARBARA L ABBOTT KIRSTEN ACKLEY KIOWA H ACQUAVIVA JAMES M ADAMCZAK DIANE J ADAMS ALFRED ADAMS DELMAR ADAMS DEMETRIUS L ADAMS DENNIS A ADAMS DORIS ADAMS GREGORY D ADAMS JAMES C ADAMS KAREN E ADAMS MATTHEW J ADAMS MICHAEL R ADAMS MICHELLE ADAMS RODNEY J ADAMS STEVEN K ADAMS THOMAS E ADEN DEBORAH J ADKINS AARON L ADKINS CRAIG A ADKINS DANIEL L ADKINS EUGENE ADKINS EUGENE E ADKINS FRANKLIN D ADKINS INA G ADKINS JAMES R ADKINS KEITH D ADKINS KENT R ADKINS TERRI A ADKINS THOMAS H ADOLPH LARRY A ADRENALINE MARKETING ADREON ANDREA S AGNER GEORGE AGNER HAROLD E AGNESS MARY H AGNESS RICHARD W AGNESS SHAWN A AGRI-SUPPLY WEST AHERN & ASSOCIATES AHLERSMEYER ALMYRA J AKIL INC AKOM JEREMY P ALBERTS JOHN ESR ALBERTSON RONALD S ALBRIGHT WILLIAM C ALDRICH CARLTON E ALDRICH JAMES R ALDRICH ROBERT EJR ALEXANDER HOMES ALEXANDER HOMES ALEXANDER JASON C ALEXANDER SAMANTHA L ALFORD ROBERT F ALFRED B. SCHNIPKE ESTATE ALLEN BEN R ALLEN GREG ALLEN JIMMY J

ALLEN MARY L ALLEN MICHAEL R ALLEN STEVEN G ALLES TIM J ALLGIRE KERRY L ALLIED WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS ALLISON JACOB L ALLISON JEFFERY W ALLTEL COMMUNICATIONS LLC ALT KEITH E ALT PHILLIP M ALTENBURGER ANDREW J ALTER RODNEY J ALTERNATIVE RESIDENCES ALTHAUSER JOEL E ALTIC GREGORY S ALTIZER JUDY M ALTSTAETTER LINDA K ALTSTAETTER WAYNE N ALVARADO GILREATH SR ALVARADO MARTHA J ALVAREZ ARMANDO AMANN DEBORAH L AMBURGY MARK E AMERICAN CONSTRUCTION AMERICAN TOWERS AMERIMADE AMES TIMOTHY S AMMERMAN KIM T AMORELLI CINDY E AMOS BOBBY JJR AMSPAUGH HAZEL AMSTUTZ CONSTRUCTION INC AMSTUTZ ROBERT LSR AMWEG CORRINA R AMWEG DONALD E ANDERSON & SON HEATING ANDERSON ANDREA ANDERSON BARBARA J ANDERSON BRANDI L ANDERSON CARL ANDERSON DANIEL G ANDERSON EDWARD D ANDERSON EMMA ANDERSON JAMES ANDERSON JAMES W ANDERSON LINDSI N ANDERSON MAGGIE M ANDERSON MARGARET M ANDERSON MARTHA L ANDERSON PATRICIA A ANDERSON ROBERT ANDERSON SCOTT ANDERSON VALERIE A ANDERSON WILLIAM ANDRACHIK AARON M ANDREW FARM INC ANDREWS DIANA ANDREWS ERIC R ANDREWS MARVIN T ANDREWS RICHARD B ANDRIST KENNETH

ANDRIST RICHARD A ANGELI TRACY L ANKNEY CHRISTOPHER E ANKNEY JESSE MSR ANKNEY JODI M ANKNEY KEVIN W ANKNEY MARTIN ANKNEY MICHAEL E ANKNEY PETE ANKNEY SONIA R ANKNEY THOMAS J ANKNEY WALTER R ANKNEY WILLIAM J ANSPACH LINDA S APPLE EMILY S APPLEBEE DALE E AQUATERRA INC ARAMBULA LOUIS M ARCHER SCOTT A ARDEN F KING ESTATE AREND ELOISE AREND RUSSEL J AREND SUSAN R ARLENE R. KEYSOR TRUST ARMSTRONG RUSSELL G ARN HARLEY L ARN JASON ARNETT BRENT L ARNETT BUDD ARNETT DUSTIN P ARNETT SHARON ARNEY MARK S ARNOLD JOHN D ARNOLD PATRICIA R ARNOTT CHARLES J ARPS LARRY ARRIZOLA ENRIQUE ARRIZOLA FRANCES ARTS DAIRY LLC ASCHLIMAN TAMMY L ASH RENEE D ASH STEVEN J ASHBAUGH KIMBERLY A ASHBAUGH MATTHEW R ASHBAUGH RANDALL A ASHLAND OIL CO ASHMAN DAVID LASI LLC ASPEN BAY HOMES INC ATHY RODNEY D ATKINS DARLENE K ATKINS JOHN C ATLANTIC RESOURCES AUFDENCAMP DAVID W AUGUSTINE JUDITH M AUGUSTYNIAK LUCAS P AUKERMAN RUBY AUSDERAN RONALD A AUSTIN SHARON L AVERESCH JAMIE L AYALA LORENZO J AZBILL GERALD R B & O RAILROAD CO BABCOCK JASON E

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BABCOCK PAULA S BACK DELMON E BACOME CINDY A BAILEY ANGELA M BAILEY JENNIFER R BAILEY MARTINA A BAIR GERTRUDE BAIR NORMAN A BAIRD KEITH JR BAKER BRYAN BAKER COMMODORE JR BAKER DANA M BAKER DONALD L BAKER HEIDI L BAKER JACK E BAKER JOHN E BAKER KERRY BAKER MAXINE BAKER PHILIP S BAKER ROBIN D BAKER ROBIN M BAKER RUSSELL S BAKER THOMAS A BAKLE DIANA R BAKLE OTTILLIA M BAKLE RANDY P BALBAUGH CORNELIUS BALDAZO MARTIN C BALDWIN DONNIE C BALDWIN JAMIE M BALDWIN MARIANNE BALDWIN OLIVE A BALDWIN SANDRA L BALDWIN TREINNA BALL ROGER A BALLENGER GARY G BALOGH GREGORY AII BALSER KARLA L BALSER NEIL R BALTRIP MATTHEW B BAMBERGER PAUL A BANET MAUDE BANK ONE BANK ONE BANKIERIS G B BANKS ANGILEAN K BANKS CATHY M BANKS JASON L BANKS MARIE A BANNISTER DONALD J BARCUS NANCY ( BARE BILLY J BARE JAMES E BARGY KENNETH RSR BARILE JAMES BARINGER JOHN C BARKER CHRISTINA M BARKER JASON R BARKER ROGER BARKER TIMOTHY J BARKLEY DAVID L BARLAGE FARM PARTNERSHIP BARLOW DALE

Each year, active members receive a statement showing the amount of their individual capital credits accrual, which is designated by PPEC’s board of trustees. There is a check reissue minimum of $15. For questions, call us at 800-686-2357. To view this list online, visit www.PPEC.coop/capital-credits. BARNES JOE D BARNES KEVIN G BARNES KIMBERLY M BARNES RALPH BARNETT ROGER R BARNHART DANIELLE BARNHILL VAUNETTA BARNHOUSE TODD BARON BILL J BARRAZA MICHAEL BARRERE DOUGLAS A BARRETT BRAD J BARRETT MARK A BARRIENTOS MARC A BARRINGTON STEVEN M BARTA DONALD W BARTELS DUANE BARTELS ILO BARTLETT SCOTT BARTLEY LEONA M BARTLEY MICHAEL BARTLEY OTTIS R BARTO KYLE E BARTON DALE G BARTON DEBRIA L BARTON KIMBERLY BARTON STEPHEN I BARTZ CHRISTOPHER G BARTZ MARGARET M BARTZ NICHOLE L BASHORE PAUL E BASINGER JOEL M BASINGER KARL BASS GARLAND L BASS RALPH A BASSETT ALISHA C BASSLER CRYSTAL M BASTIAN ROBERT C BATES FREDERICK A BATES JOHN R BATES JOSEPH C BATES ORVILLE BATES ROGER G BATT FRANCES L BATTERSHELL BRAD A BAUDER CAROL E BAUER DONALD S BAUER ELMER J BAUER JEFFERY R BAUER JESSICA A BAUER JOHN T BAUER KAREN BAUER KEVIN E BAUER MICHAEL BAUER TODD R BAUERMEISTER JEFFREY L BAUGHMAN CHAD E BAUMAN JACOB E BAUMERT SCOTT BAXTER DOUGLAS F BAXTER THERESA M BAYOUTH JAVIER BBC CONSTRUCTION INC

BDO DUNWOODY LIMITED BEAHRS NANCY BEAIR RICHARD EJR BEAIR VALERIA F BEAR CINDY S BEAR REBECCA L BEAR TRUCKING INC BEARD BERNARD BEARD DARLENE D BEARD JUSTIN M BEARD MARY J BEARDSLEY JAMES L BEARMAN ALBERT A BEARMAN DOROTHY BEARMAN HOWARD BEARMAN MARY L BEARMAN ROBERT A BEARMAN ROBERT AJR BEASLEY POLLY J BEATTY DAN BEATTY JOHN BEAUCHOT MARY BEBERSTEIN MAXINE BEBOUT & HOUG LLC BECHER KELLIE M BECHTEL ROBERT BECHTOL DEBRA L BECK MICHAEL E BECK RONDA S BECK SHARON BECKER VALERI K BECKHAM A F BECKMAN DOUGLAS J BECKMAN ELVERA BECKMAN STEVEN W BECKMAN TIM J BECKSTEDT ADAM BECKTELL JANET L BEDDARD DAVID F BEEGLE MATTHEW S BEEKLEY LUANNE BEEMER DONNA K BEEMER WILLIAM E BEERBOWER BRADLEY A BEERBOWER BRITON C BEERMAN PAUL L BEERY TIM BEEZLEY NELLIE J BEGLEY TINA M BEHRENS LAWRENCE J BEHRMAN PERRY BEILHARZ EARL J BEINING LAWRENCE BELCHER ALAN R BELCHER CHARLES BELCHER MARJORIE F BELL ANGEL M BELL BARBARA K BELL CHASTITY M BELL GAYLORD M BELL IAN BELL JAMES M BELL MISTY R

BELL ROGER L BELLASI CORP BELLMAN ELIZABETH F BELLMAN MARCIA BELOVICZ MARTIN C BELT BARBARA BENAK DAVID R BENDALL LINDA C BENDEL ROBERT J BENDELE DEBRA BENDELE FRANK J BENDELE JANET L BENDELE KURT E BENDELE MATTHEW J BENDER ANNABELLE BENDER CHARLIE L BENDER DAVID L BENDER GREGORY G BENEDICT JON M BENEFICIAL OHIO INC BENJAMIN J WADE BENNETT BRIAN II BENNETT CHRISTOPHER L BENNETT ERIC H BENNETT GERALD EJR BENNETT KIM BENNETT LEROY C BENNETT MICHAEL E BENNETT OLIVIA M BEREAN EDGE BAPTIST BERELSMAN JULIUS BERG JOHN BERGDALL DIANNA L BERGDALL WILLIAM BERGER ANGIE M BERGER EDWIN D BERGER EMILY R BERGER TOYE L BERGHOFF GEORGE A BERGHOFF MICHELLE M BERGMAN DOUGLAS W BERGMAN KEVIN R BERGMAN LAURIE A BERGMAN WALTER BERHEIDE JAMES BERMUDER WILLIE BERNARD JUDITH A BERNARD TONI R BERNER CARL R BERNING DALE A BERRIDGE LONA BERRIDGE PATRICIA A BERRIER STEVEN G BERRIOS RHONDA M BERRY SHARON K BERRY TIM A BERYL GRUBAUGH ESTATE BERZ ROLAND L BERZINIS REBECCA L BEST JUSTIN M BETA ENGINEERING CORP OF OHIO BETTER GAY E

BEUCLER EDWIN G BEVIS ANDREW D BHATTACHARYA DHIMAN BIBLER ALLISON BIBLER ANDREW J BIBLER BARBARA S BIBLER JAMES BICKHAM LENA E BIDLACK BEATRICE F BIDLACK KELLIE M BIG TREE PARTNERSHIP BIGELOW DAWN M BIGHAM THOMAS R BIGHAM VICTOR J BILL JOHN C BILLMAN ELIZABETH A BILS DOUGLAS R BINEGAR JAMES E BINKLEY JOHN C BINKLEY TABITHA R BIRCH CHARLES A BIRD MARK E BIRD MILDRED E BIRKEMEIER BERNADINA BIRKEMEIER STEVE M BISCHOFF GEORGE D BISH HEIDI M BISH IVA M BISHOP MARK E BISHOP RANDY E BISHOP RICHARD M BIXBY ELIZABETH A BLACK DARRYL L BLACK MICHAEL BLACKMAN RANDY W BLACKMORE BROCK C BLAIR GARY LJR BLAIR PAUL S BLAIR RUSSELL J BLAISING JAMES L BLAKEMAN M J BLAKESLEE DOROTHY BLAKLEY MARTIN L BLANCH E SWITZER ESTATE BLANCHARD PETER A BLAND DANIEL BLAND JESSICA J BLANFORD JAMES A BLANKEMEYER BRUCE J BLANKEMEYER C H BLANKEMEYER JUANITA BLANKEMEYER KEVIN J BLANKEMEYER LEANN E BLANKEMEYER MARCELLA M BLASIO NICHOLAS O BLASIUS CLARA BLAUVELT SHAWNA M BLEDSOE DAVID BLEDSOE HILLARD W BLEDSOE REBECCA A BLEEKE BRIAN D BLEEKE RICHARD D BLEICH RICHARD D


BLEVINS CHRISTOPHER R BLEVINS STEPHEN D BLOCKBERGER IRVIN BLOOMFIELD CAROL A BLOOMFIELD SHERMAN BLOSSER DAVID M BLUE JAMES A BLUE JOHN T BLUE STREAM DAIRY BLUE STREAM DAIRY INC BLUE STREAM FARMS LLC BLYTHE VERLIN BOCKRATH BERNADINE L BOCKRATH LISA M BOCKRATH MATTHEW P BOCKRATH PAULA M BOCKRATH SARAH BOCKRATH THOMAS D BODEN CHARLENE BODEN JOSEPH P BODEN PAULINE F BODENBENDER JAMES P BODENBENDER MELFORD BODKIN KIMBERLY J BOECKER CARRIE L BOECKER CASSY M BOECKER JOHN R BOECKER URBAN D BOENING DAWN M BOENKER TATE M BOERGER HARRY G BOESCH THOMAS BOFF MICHAEL G BOGART JOHN P BOGART RUTH C BOGNER DEBORAH K BOHDE LAWRENCE W BOHDE LINDA K BOHLER GREGORY L BOHLING TIMOTHY J BOHNKE DONALD BOHNSTEDT TABITHA A BOHRER JESSE J BOK JAMES MJR BOLENBAUGH PHILIP E BOLEY RICK BOLING ROBERT S BOLTON WILLIAM C BOND MARY ANNE BOND RICHARD E BONGARD DRUMMOND TRADING BONIFAS SUSAN BONINSEGNA PHYLLIS J BONITA J BECKMAN ESTATE BONNELL MICHAEL A BOOKER TOMMY BOONE ARNOLD O BOONE JERRY BOONE SHANTELL M BOOP CHRISTY R BOOTH LISA R BORCHELT TIMOTHY BORER MICHAEL A BORER PAMELA L BORER ROSALIE BORK BRIAN A BOROFF JANET R BOROFF MICHAEL E BOROFF RICHARD R BOROFF ROBERT BORTON MELVIN H BOSCH DAWN K BOSCHET JOHN BOSSARD JOHN W BOTT JEREMY L BOTT RITA M BOTTORFF RYAN L BOUGHTON ROBERT R BOVA PETER RSR BOWDEN DONALD A BOWEN CHERYL A BOWEN DAVID M BOWEN LES

BOWEN LESLIE G BOWERS ALAN W BOWERS GAIL BOWERS GLENN E BOWERS JAMES BOWERS JOHN W BOWERS MICHAEL D BOWERS MILDRED G BOWERS NAOMI M BOWERS RALPH D BOWERS SUE BOWERS TRACY BOWERSOCK BETTY BOWERSOCK TARA BOWLING MICHAEL A BOWLING ROBERT BOWLING TERRY M BOWMAN LARRY R BOWMAN MAX D BOWMAN MICHAEL W BOWYER RICHARD L BOXBERGER RACHELLE L BOYCE JODIE J BOYCE WILLIAM J BOYD CLARENCE E BOYD JIM D BOYD LAURALEE BOYD RON BOYLAN STEVE M BOYLON DENNIS B BRAATEN MARCUS S BRACKEN CLARENCE BRADLEY REVA C BRADSHAW MICHAEL A BRADT LAWRENCE N BRADTMILLER BRETT E BRADTMUELLER BRENDA J BRADTMUELLER EDWIN BRADTMUELLER ELWIN BRADTMUELLER GALE BRADTMUELLER MEGAN S BRADTMUELLER PAULA L BRADTMUELLER PENNY S BRADTMUELLER STANLEY A BRADY JOHN E BRADY PATRICK J BRAILEY JOHN M BRAKE TRACI L BRANCAM HOMES INC BRANDYBERRY GLENNA J BRANDYBERRY JAMES D BRANHAM JILL R BRANHAM JOHNNIE BRANT MARK A BRANTLEY CHRISTINE K BRAUN MATTHEW R BRAUN STEPHANIE BRECHT JEANETTE BRECHT STACY K BRECKLER LARRY BREESE KYLE BREININGER JUDITH I BREININGER SHARON C BREITENWISCHER GERALD J BRENN THOMAS B BRENNEKE BRUCE BRENNEKE KEVIN M BRENNEMAN KYLE C BRENNEMAN MICHAEL D BRENNER KURT BRENNER SHANE F BRENTWOOD COMMUNITY LLC BRESSLER OUTDOOR ADV BREWER RICHARD DJR BREWER THOMAS L BREZOVACKI JERALD M BRICKER TIMOTHY W BRICKEY GRANVEL BRICKMAN PATTY S BRICKNER GREGORY M BRICKNER JASON A BRICKNER JULIA K BRICKNER LORETTA J BRIDEGAM BRIAN

BRIDGEMAN PATRICK L BRIDGES MARK J BRIDGEWATER HOMES INC BRIDGEWATER KIM J BRIGHT GEORGE A BRIGHTMAN ANJENETTE M BRILL RAYMOND BRINK BARBARA M BRINKMAN CHRISTALE G BRINKMAN DANIELLE R BRINKMAN HAROLD BRINKMAN JEANNETTE R BRINKMAN MARILYN K BRINKMAN PAUL P BRINKMAN TRUST JOHN J BRITT FRENCH D BRITTON JOHN BRITTSAN JERRY BROADWATER PAUL W BROCK ARTHUR BROCK DAVID BROCK EVAN S BROCK MARGOT E BROCK TERESA M BROCKHAUS BRIAN S BROOKS C W BROOKS FREDERIC WJR BROOKS JAMES AJR BROOKS KEVIN M BROOKS MARY C BROOKS NICOLE L BROOKS RACHEL L BROOKS TERRI J BROOKS TYLER L BROOKSHIRE ZONITRA P BROTHERWOOD BRENT A BROTHERWOOD REBECCA A BROUWER CAROL A BROWN ABIGAIL M BROWN AMBER L BROWN AMEY J BROWN BARRY G BROWN BRADLEY K BROWN BYRON G BROWN CARLTON F BROWN EMILY E BROWN FLOYD JR BROWN GEORGE R BROWN GERALD G BROWN GOLDEN A BROWN HARVEY F BROWN JASON A BROWN JENNIFER F BROWN JERRY BROWN JERRY O BROWN JERRY PJR BROWN JODI E BROWN JODY M BROWN JOEL R BROWN JOHN JJR BROWN JOSEPH A BROWN JUSTIN Q BROWN KIMBERLY L BROWN LAE L BROWN LARRY G BROWN LEO A BROWN LINDA J BROWN LINDA L BROWN MAX BROWN MICHAEL P BROWN MICHAEL R BROWN NICOLE M BROWN PATRICIA A BROWN RICKY LII BROWN ROSS M BROWN SEBASTION R BROWN STEPHEN R BROWN STEVE P BROWN TED L BROWN TIMOTHY W BROWN TRAVIS D BROWNING CHARLES T BROWNING LYNETTE M BRUCE ELIZABETH K

BRUCE SCOTT A BRUCK KEN P BRUCKERHOFF SCOTT A BRUFLODT DENIS BRUMBACK JANICE D BRUMBAUGH NATHAN BRUMLEY JOSEPH E BRUNS WILLIAM J BRUNSON THELMA BRUNTON RYAN W BRUSKOTTER STEVEN C BRYAN JULIA A BRYAN LOUIS W BRYAN MARK A BRYAN ROBERT BJR BRYANT HARRY BRYANT HUGH JR BRYANT TERRY W BUCHANAN CHRISTOPHER W BUCHENBERG NINEVEH BUCHMAN GABRIEL J BUCKLEY CHRISTOPHER M BUCKLEY STEPHEN L BUDD DANA A BUDDEN WILLIAM H BUELL BILLIE BUFFENBARGER LORETTA S BULLEN RODNEY A BULTEMEIER BRAD A BULTEMEYER TINA BUNNELL DIANNE M BUPP AMANDA J BUPP NICHOLAS J BURASZESKI KENNETH J BURBAN TED B BURCH CRYSTAL BURCH ZACHARY D BURD CHARLES BURGEI JARED M BURGEI LADONNA BURGEI MARIETTA R BURGER DAVID A BURKART RONALD J BURKART TINA M BURKE JULIE A BURKHART NICHOLAS C BURKHOLDER CHERYL K BURKHOLDER WELTY K BURKLEY DAVID AJR BURLEY JESSA K BURNAU MELISSA S BURNEO JAY C BURNETT KRISTINE D BURNETT REGINA BURNS IRVIN E BURNS JOHN T BURNS ROGER P BURNS STACY M BURRIS AARON BURRIS JEANNE BURRIS SCOTT A BURRIS SERLITA M BURRY H GERALDINE BURT JR TERRY D BURWELL DELPHINE A BURWELL EDWARD L BUSCHE THOMAS A BUSH ANTHONY E BUSH JERRY BUSH ROBERT I BUSS MILDRED R BUTE MICHAEL L BUTLER ASHLEY K BUTLER HEATHER L BUTLER JAMES A BUTLER JAMES E BUTLER MINDY S BUTLER ROBERT BUTTURFF GERALD A BUUCK CORA F BUZZELL CHRISTOPHER A BYLER REUBEN M C & D OIL CO C & K FARMS

CACCAMO KELLY Y CACIANO ELI JR CALL JERALD DJR CALLAHAN TROY A CALVELAGE CHARISSA CALVELAGE DOUGLAS C CALVELAGE LACY L CALVERT RYAN W CALVIN E HAWKINS ESTATE CAMARENO BENITO ESR CAM-MAR JOBBERS INC CAMPBELL CECIL B CAMPBELL DONNA M CAMPBELL JOSEPH A CAMPBELL KELLY A CAMPBELL ROBERT W CANADAY SANDY D CANOUGH J J CANTRELL BARBARA A CANTRELL JAMES W CANTRELL RANDY CARBONI JOHN D CARDENAS BETSABE CARDER KATHY J CARDER WILLIAM C CARDWELL CYNTHIA S CARDWELL SAMUEL K CARLISLE BARRY CARLISLE DANETT E CARLISLE JOSEPH A CARLO H P CARMAN ROBERT L CARMAN TAMMY R CARMANY STEVEN E CARMONA MELISSA CARNAHAN ALBERTA CARNAHAN ANN M CARNAHAN BRYAN T CARNAHAN M RAY CARNAHAN PEGGY CARNAHAN PENNY CARNAHAN R S CARNAHAN ROBERT L CARNAHAN SHANNON M CARNAHAN TONYA A CARNAHAN ZACHARY L CARNEY MITCHELL CARNEY RICHARD I CAROSELLA DAVID R CARPEC ANDREW S CARPENTER DALE J CARPENTER GREGORY K CARPENTER JAMES L CARPENTER JANET C CARPENTER MELVIN K CARPENTER RICHARD E CARPENTER THOMAS L CARR HELEN F CARR KAREN L CARR RICHARD J CARR STEVE D CARRIGAN MATTHEW A CARRILLO AUSILIO CARROLL MICHAEL R CARSON DEBORAH L CARSON OIL INC CARTER JAMES D CARTER THOMAS J CARTER VANCE CARTWRIGHT JODY CARTWRIGHT MYLES J CASAD INDUSTRIAL PARK CASE CORA E CASEY KARMEN L CASHEL JUNE J CASHMAN DANIELLE M CASIANO ANNA L CASS DALE E CASS DAN CASS DEBRA CASTATOR MAX C CASTATOR ROBERTA CASTILLO MARA S CASTLE KELLY W

CASTLE SUE A CASTLEMAN DENNIS J CATELLIER GARY CATERINA JOHN CAUDILL BRIAN E CAVANAUGH LINDA CAVANAUGH TIM CAVIN JACQUELYN L CAYLOR RICHARD A CAYOT MARY CAYWOOD GARY L CAYWOOD LISA K CELANO CHARLES CENDROWSKI TARA C CERTAINTEED CORP CHAGNON JOHN J CHAMBERLAIN JOSEPHINE CHAMBERLIN TERRY J CHAMBERS JAMES K CHAMPER CYNTHIA K CHANDLER DANNY L CHANDLER LEONA K CHANG CONSTRUCTION CO CHAPIN SHANE C CHAPMAN TAMMERA S CHARAIS LISA M CHARLES CALHOUN ESTATE CHARLESTON KATHY D CHARTER REALTY CHARTOS LESLIE D CHASE HOME FINANCE CHATEL DANIEL CJR CHATEL JASON S CHATOS BECKY L CHAVEZ ROBERTA L CHEEK GRABLE CHEEK JERRY A CHEHI DENNIS L CHEMCO INC CHESLEY JACOB A CHESTER DARREN L CHESTER MARJORIE K CHIDDISTER JAMES CHILDERS JERI E CHIVINGTON WILLIAM E CHRISMAN EDWARD CHRISMAN MARK D CHRIST MICHAEL W CHRISTENSEN SCOTT A CHRISTIAN NORMAN CHRISTMAN JOSHUA L CHRISTMAN LAUREN J CHRISTMAN PEGGY J CHUCK BIVENS SERVICES CITIMORTGAGE INC CITIMORTGAGE INC CITYSIDE MANAGMENT CJ’S HOMES INC CLARK CYNTHIA CLARK ERNEST U CLARK HOHENBRINK & SHOLL CLARK JOHN J CLARK KATHY CLARK MARIAN CLARK MARK J CLARK RICHARD R CLARK ROY F CLAXTON MARY L CLAY JASON L CLAY JEFFREY CLAY LEESA R CLAY STACIE R CLAYBORN SHALANDA M CLAYCOMB GLENN L CLAYPOOL NANCY CLEARY GENE CLEAVES RICHARD E CLEAVES ROBERT CLEGG DIANE F CLEM BENJAMIN A CLEM JENNIFER CLEM LANNY K CLEM LENORE E

CLEM LILA CLEM MOLLIE R CLEMENS DENNIS G CLEMENS JAMIE L CLENDENIN MARY J CLEVENGER BRUCE A CLEVENGER DENNIS CLEVENGER JERRY L CLEVENGER MARGARET CLEVINGER MICHELLE K CLEVINGER-DICKESSDEBRA R CLIBON RUTH L CLICK JERRY R CLIFFORD RACHEL R CLIFTON KARISSON M CLINE CATHERINE A CLINTON LISA M CLOSSON CRAIG S CLOVER SHIRLEY J CLOVERDALE CHURCH OF GOD CLOW ALEXANDER S CLUTS ROBERT C CLUTS ROY COBLEY MARK A COBURN LISA COBURN PATRICIA CODY LEANNA COFFEY LINDA COFFIN BRADLEY S COFFIN CINDY COFFMAN BETSY R COFFMAN MARK F COGAR DIANE L COHEN SAM L COIL JACKIE R COIL RUSSELL COLDREN AMMI J COLDWELL-BANKER INC COLE BRENT W COLE BRUCE W COLE CHRISTOPHER L COLE KATHI COLEMAN EARL JR COLEMAN JENNIFER L COLEMAN REBECCA COLEMAN WILLIAM B COLLAR WILLIAM COLLEY BRADLEY T COLLIER ROBERT A COLLINGWOOD JEFFERY B COLLINS B LYN COLLINS BENJAMIN COLLINS BILLY L COLLINS CHERI L COLLINS DARRILL COLLINS H J COLLINS JOHN J COLLINS KELLY COLLINS MARGARET E COLLINS PAULA G COLLINS REBECCA A COLLINS RENEE M COLLINS ROY COLLINS SUNDAY R COLLINS TED A COLOGNE HOMER F COMBESS DUSTY R COMBS CAROLYN A COMBS IRIS G COMBS JAMES R COMBS LORETTA COMBS RUTH COMBS SUZETTE COMER JOHN W COMITO RONALD E COMMONWEALTH PETROLEUM CO COMMUNITY 1ST BANK & TRUST COMPSTON REX COMPTON MARTY R COMPTON ROBERTA J

CONDON GLENN CONEY MELINDA S CONLEY ANNA M CONLEY BILLY F CONLEY CARLY S CONLEY CHRISTINA M CONLEY CHRISTOPHER C CONLEY DEBRA S CONLEY JOHN D CONLEY LORETTA WYSS CONLEY NICHOLE E CONN BERNICE CONNER ALFRED B CONNERLY ROBERT W CONNORS WILLIAM I CONRAD DAVID J CONRAD MARY J CONRADY VICTOR E CONRAIL CORP-MC & SA CONSOLIDATED AMERICAN CONSTRUCTION BY BUDROW CONSTRUCTION JEFF B CONTI RICHARD CONTRERAS JESUS S CONWAY JOHN M COOK CLARA M COOK HAROLD SR COOK JEANETTE M COOK MATTHEW A COOLMAN PHILLIP COOMBS JAMIE D COOMBS TERRY E COOMER HOLLIS COOMER JAMES E COONS ALAN R COOP JACK COOPER COCHISE K COOPER COCHISE K COOPER DOROTHY COOPER JAMES M COOPER MICHAEL R COOPER MIKE A CORDER RON CORNELIUSEN TRAVIS A CORNETT ROBERT D CORNIELLO KENNETH CORTEZ JERRY CORTEZ MICHAEL A CORWIN BRANDY L CORWIN ESTHER COSPER LAURA F CO-STATE CONST CO INC COTRELL BRANDON M COTTERMAN RONNIE E COTTIER TINA M COUCH MATTHEW R COUCH NORA COUGHLAN M R COUGHLIN DANETTE L COUGHLIN MIKE L COUNTERMAN BILLIE F COUP DIANE T COWELL TAMMY R COX ASHLEY R COX CHAD E COX EARL E COX JEREMY L COX PAUL W COY ALISA M COY DANIEL E CRABILL JEFFREY L CRABILL JOSEPH L CRABTREE VAL CRAIG FRANCES CRAIG ROBERT E CRAMER DAVID J CRAMER DONNA J CRAMER MICHAEL L CRAMER TY A CRAMPTON SHARON L CRAWFORD LEONA M CRAWFORD LONNIE B CRAWFORD MELVIN JR

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Since July is National Ice Cream Month, we highlight some of Ohio’s longtime producers of the sweet stuff. BY VICKI REINHART JOHNSON

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no surprise that Ohio ranks in the top 10 of ice cream-producing states. Its rural heritage provides a steady supply of the main ingredient — and several families through history began traditions that remain in place today. There are countless ice cream shops in large and small towns throughout Ohio — enough that Ohio now has its own ice cream trail (www.ohio.org/home/seasons/summer/ohio-ice-cream-trail). Here are seven of Ohio’s first families of frozen fun.

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Velvet Ice Cream Utica, 1914

Immigrant Joseph Dager arrived in Ohio in 1903 and began making ice cream in Utica in 1914. Within two years, he was producing 200 gallons of ice cream every month, and the creamy, velvety texture inspired the name Velvet Ice Cream. In 1960, an old grist mill became the company’s permanent home. Ye Olde Mill houses a turn-of-thecentury ice cream parlor that opened in 1970 and welcomes 150,000 guests each year. Today, 108 years later and in its fourth generation of family ownership, Velvet produces a variety of flavors such as Buckeye Classic, Cookie Dough Extreme, and Raspberry Fudge Cordial.

Ye Old Mill 11324 Mount Vernon Road, Utica, OH 43080 800-589-5000; www.velveticecream.com

Dietsch Brothers Findlay, 1937

Dietsch Brothers was started as a candy company in the late 1920s by Edward Dietsch, and after his passing, it was reopened in 1937 by his younger brothers, Chris and Don Dietsch, who bought a bakery and changed its products to chocolates and ice cream using Ed’s recipes. In 1956, the business expanded and moved across the street in downtown Findlay. In its 85 years, the family has developed a wide variety of ice creams, sherbets, and seasonal flavors in addition to its chocolates in two Findlay locations:

Dietsch Brothers Main Store: 400 West Main Cross St. Findlay, OH 45840 419-422-4474 / 419-422-4486 East Store: 1217 Tiffin Ave. Findlay, OH 45840 419-423-3221 www.dietschs.com

Young’s Jersey Dairy Yellow Springs, 1960

Young’s Dairy started in the mid-1940s when Hap Young bought land that had been the family farm since 1869. In 1958, the family started to sell milk directly to the public, and by 1960, they had opened a dairy store and started to sell ice cream as well. Since then, Young’s has expanded into a farm-themed family fun center featuring restaurants, a bakery, cheese, Udders & Putters miniature golf, a driving range, and batting cages as well as farm-education tours for 1.2 million people each year. Ice cream — as well as gelato and sorbetto — continues to be an attraction with flavors such as Caramel Chocolate Toffee, Farm Sunrise, and White Chocolate Raspberry Swirl.

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Handel’s

Youngstown, 1945

Graeter’s

Cincinnati, 1922

Graeter’s started in Cincinnati in 1870 when Louis Charles Graeter began selling his homemade ice cream on the street from two carts. In 1900, he and his new wife, Regina, opened a store. After her husband died in 1920, Regina and her sons continued the business, opening the Hyde Park location in 1922 and then expanding. Today, 100 years since the Hyde Park location opened, Graeter’s can be found at more than 15 Cincinnati locations as well as many locations in Columbus, Cleveland, Dayton, Oxford, Kentucky, Indianapolis, and Chicago.

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Aglamesis Brothers Cincinnati, 1908

Greek immigrants Thomas and Nicholas Aglamesis arrived in Cincinnati in the late 1800s and in 1908 opened their first ice cream parlor in Norwood, east of Cincinnati, where they made ice cream to be delivered to fashionable homes. In 1913, the brothers opened a second location in Oakley, adding an ice cream-making plant nine years later. The company became known as Aglamesis Brothers, and it has been continued by the family, retaining Old World methods. Today, 114 years since it started, the business provides a variety of ice cream and Italian ice flavors as well as seasonal flavors and chocolates from two locations:

In the summer of 1945, Alice Handel began making ice cream using fresh fruit from her backyard and her personal recipes. As the homemade treat became popular locally, the company expanded, selling franchises and adding vegan recipes, sorbets, sherbets, and ices as well as fat-free and sugar-free variations. Seventy-seven years later, the company has 18 Ohio locations, mainly in the northeast, Columbus, and Toledo areas, as well as locations in 10 other states.

Handel’s South Side 3931 Handel’s Court Youngstown, OH 44512 330-788-0356 www.handelsicecream.com

Toft’s

Sandusky, 1940

It’s been 82 years since the ice cream tradition began, but Toft’s Dairy began in the early 1900s when Chris and Matilda Toft began selling raw milk in Sandusky by horse-drawn wagon. As the dairy grew, it moved to increasingly larger facilities and started to offer ice cream products in 1940. In 1985, the Toft family built its production facility and ice cream parlor, which showcases 70 flavors of ice cream and frozen yogurts such as those named for regional icons — Lake Erie Cookie Island Monster, Muddy’s Sea Salt Slam, and Cedar Point Cotton Candy. It has three locations, including one at Cedar Point.

Toft’s 3717 Venice Road Sandusky, OH 44870 419-625-4376 Knoll Crest Shopping Center 4016 E. Harbor Road Port Clinton, OH 43452 419-732-8857 www.toftdairy.com

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Future farm Mezzacello urban agriculture project grows more than food. BY PATTY YODER; PHOTOS COURTESY OF MEZZACELLO

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stroll through this Ohio farm leads you past a lovely formal garden, a koi pond, and two fountains before you reach the medicinal, culinary, and potager gardens. A bit later, your tour also takes you by robotic systems and a bioreactor — a high-tech composting tower built for Project Martian, a creative exploration for growing zero-dirt food on Mars. This is not your typical farm. “We’ve combined 18th-century farming traditions with 21st-century technology,” says Jim Bruner, co-owner of the urban farm near downtown Columbus. “Our mission here is to grow, maintain, sustain, and explain.”

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Ten years ago, the property was an abandoned 1868 Italianate house and two adjacent overgrown lots. After much planning, digging, and planting, Mezzacello now produces high-quality, nutritious food and serves as a learning lab where Bruner and local students test ideas. The name Mezzacello (“little Monticello”) pays homage to another lifelong innovator: Thomas Jefferson, and his agricultural experiments at his iconic Virginia estate. In the summer, students attend weeklong camps at Mezzacello to learn about biotechnology, bioengineering, biochemistry, and renewable energy. For many campers, it’s the first time they connect the dots between growing and eating healthy food. “A lot of kids think eating is the same thing as nutrition,” Bruner says. “At camp, they start to understand the idea of ‘garbage in, garbage out,’ which is true for what they eat and how they feel as well as what they feed other living things.” Health is one of the reasons Bruner, who is originally from California, became an urban farmer. He’s also naturally drawn to anything involving innovation, systems, and design thinking. By day, he works at the PAST Foundation, a nonprofit that helps bring realworld science and applied STEM into the classroom. He’s also former president, executive director, and board chair of Ohio Invention Convention and an enthusiastic cheerleader for ideas — from his latest experiment at Mezzacello to a student inventor’s biodegradable golf tee or insulin plunger. While Bruner and his husband, Rick Riley, cover most of the farm’s expenses, the Ohio Farm Bureau, Scotts Miracle-Gro Foundation, and the Columbus Foundation help fund their projects.

Hamid Ahmed's biodome project occupies a small space at Mezzacello (above); while the bioreactor, a high-tech composting system (below) could one day lead to food production on Mars.

Currently, Bruner and Hamid Ahmed, a Mezzacello intern, are building a biodome prototype. Ahmed is exploring ways to end global hunger as part of his Medical Pathways project at Metro Early College High School. “It hurts to know that so many families do not have enough food,” Ahmed says. “The biodome is so people don’t have to depend on an outside source to survive.” When finished, the structure will contain complex systems for growing hydroponic gardens and raising chickens. If their biodome proves cost-effective, sturdy, and easy to use, it could feed people worldwide. Building and problem-solving are fun challenges for a bright high school student, but Ahmed is also developing a critical new skill: perseverance. Setbacks are part of any massive undertaking, and a great mentor can make a world of difference. “It does get frustrating, believe me. I am not the most patient guy, but Jim is one of the best teachers I’ve ever had. He’s helped me understand that I have to be patient,” Ahmed says. “I have a goal that I want to get to, and I know that if I keep pushing through, the right angle will come to me — and it will be worth it.”

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From sweet corn to the summer moon, Ohio’s festivals offer

Something for everyone BY MARGIE WUEBKER

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othing says summertime more than festivals, and Ohioans are more than ready this year to pack up the wagon and picnic blankets and hit the town for a day of food, fun, and music — all in the name of community spirit and a good time. Here’s a small taste of what’s coming up this season.

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Kalida Pioneer Days Kalida Pioneer Days (Sept. 8–11) holds the distinction of being the oldest Ohio festival, dating back 150 years to the first meeting of the Putnam County Pioneer Association, now known as the Putnam County Historical Society. The event, now co-sponsored by the Kalida Lions Club and the Kalida Firemen’s Association, has become a homecoming of sorts, drawing folks by the thousands.

cakes, most folks top off their visit with one (or sometimes two) “social” burgers grilled to perfection by members of the local Holy Name Society. The group has flipped more than half a million to date.

www.pioneerdays.com

Committee members don’t worry about the weekend weather, according to festival organizers. They merely entrust those concerns to the esteemed weather committee, composed of former members who have passed away over the years. Assorted music groups play throughout the weekend around the town square. In addition to an antique tractor and truck show, vehicles from a four-state area are expected for the car show. Sunday’s 300-unit parade boasts a queen and her court, marching bands, equestrian units, and floats. Visitors also have an opportunity to tour the local museum, meander through the craft show, or enter their homemade wings in the Kalida Wing Challenge, with cash prizes and bragging rights on the line. In addition to concession stands, carnival games, and festival rides, visitors this year can see the 150th commemorative marker being installed by the Ohio History Connection. Although the festival menu ranges from cotton candy and caramel apples to french fries and funnel

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Celina Lake Festival Visit Celina in late July, and you’ll see distinctive-looking cars driving along city streets before splashing into the waters of Grand Lake St. Marys. This marks the 23rd year that members of the International Amphicar Owners Association have brought their unique part-car, part-boat vehicles to the festivities — this year slated July 22–24. One driver will even have the distinction of taking the newly crowned Miss Lake Festival 2022 on a ceremonial splash-in, much to the delight of onlookers. Other highlights of the festival include caption goes here live music, a mammoth Friday fireworks display, amusement rides, plenty of food vendors, a Huey helicopter display, sidewalk sales, a large car show, and the 150-unit grand parade, including the familiar fish float dubbed Big Bob. Celina native Mindy Cook, a member of Team USA at the Tokyo Paralympic Games, is grand marshal in keeping with the “Olympics” parade theme.

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Sauerkraut Festival What began in 1970 as a simple sidewalk sale with an accompanying sauerkraut supper in Waynesville has grown into a two-day festival complete with some 450 craft booths and more than 30 food stands. This year’s Waynesville Sauerkraut Festival will be Oct. 8–9 along the community’s historic 1-mile Main Street and several adjacent side streets. Organizers expect to go through nearly 6 tons of sauerkraut at this year’s event — a far cry from the 528 pounds served in 1970. The menu includes everything from sauerkraut pizza and fudge to sauerkraut cookies and cabbage rolls. Sauerkraut ice cream is the pièce de resistance for many. Of course, there are plenty of noncabbage options available as well, and all food booths are operated by nonprofit organizations from the community. Entertainment takes place at the main stage with musical groups performing morning to night both days. The Sunday schedule begins with a church service. The fest also features German folk dancing and a contest for the best homemade sauerkraut.

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Officials suggest visitors park at the local high school and then ride the free shuttle three blocks to the festival site, as large crowds are expected.

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Summer Moon Festival Thousands of people flock to Wapakoneta each July to commemorate Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon. This year’s event is July 12–17. With rocket launch workshops, lunar rover demonstrations, wiener dog races, live music, bed races, zip line attractions, canoe races, and carnival games, events are held at several locations — the Armstrong Air and Space Museum and throughout a three-block area of the historic downtown. The Wapakoneta High School Performing Arts Center hosts the Miss Summer Moon Festival Scholarship Pageant and a visit from the Lima Area Concert Band. At least 20 food trucks will be on-site providing numerous options for hungry festival-goers. Special guests coming for the event include three NASA astronauts as well as the four Navy frogmen who responded when the Apollo 11 space capsule carrying Armstrong and two other astronauts splashed down in the Pacific Ocean more than 50 years ago. Vintage cars and tractors are expected for a pair of shows, while the popular Moon Market features 80 vendors. Feet hit the pavement during the Run to the Moon 5K and 1-mile fun run.

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Sweet Corn Festival The Fairfield County community of Millersport has made a tradition of celebrating corn — this year marks the 75th (diamond) anniversary of the Millersport Sweet Corn Festival, which takes place Aug. 31–Sept. 3 at Historic Lions Park. Once, it took a pickup truckload of corn to satisfy festivalgoers, with volunteers shucking the ears by hand and cooking them in a butchering kettle donated by Doris Wyckoff, parade grand marshal that year. Nowadays, with visitors consuming more than 100,000 ears of hot, buttered sweet corn, shucking is mechanized, and cooking is done in huge gas-fired troughs.

The weekend schedule offers “ear-resistable” fun for all ages, including country music with Nashville performers, tractor pulls for adults and kids, square dancing, a 5K run, clogging, crafts, a corn toss, a hula hoop contest, and a 150-unit parade with the newly crowned queen and her counterparts from the past. Visitors can also tour Heritage Village. More than two dozen amusement rides line the large midway, and lots of other food is available to supplement the plentiful sweet corn.

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THROUGH JUL. 24 – “Celebrate Steubenville: 225 Years,” Historic Fort Steuben, 120 S. 3rd St., Steubenville. Free exhibit and programs on the development of one of the oldest cities in the state, from frontier fort to industrial powerhouse to 21st-century changes and adaptations. 740-283-1787 or www.oldfortsteuben.com. THROUGH JUL. 28 – Fort Steuben Summer Concert Series, Berkman Amphitheater, Fort Steuben Park, 120 S. 3rd St., Steubenville, 7 p.m. Bring a blanket and picnic basket and enjoy a free concert at this site overlooking the Ohio River. 740-283-1787 or www.oldfortsteuben.com. THROUGH JUL. 31 – The Ohio Light Opera, College of Wooster, Freedlander Theatre, 329 E. University St., Wooster, 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Shows include Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Hello, Dolly!, The Student Prince, and The Pirates of Penzance, to name a few. 330263-2090 or www.ohiolightopera.org. JUL. 9 – Hobo Day: Model Trains Flea Market, Painesville Railroad Museum, 475 Railroad St., Painesville, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Costume contest. Food and beverages available for small donation: hamburgers and hot dogs (12–4 p.m.); hobo beans and corn roast. 216-470-5780 or www.painesvillerailroadmuseum.org. JUL. 16 – Christmas in July, Lehman’s, 4779 Kidron Rd., Dalton, 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Holiday traditions with a summer twist. 800-438-5346 or www.lehmans.com/events. JUL. 16–17 – Revolution on the Tuscarawas, Fort Laurens, 11067 Fort Laurens Rd., Bolivar, Sat. 10 a.m.–5 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.–4 p.m. $10, under 13 free. Annual Revolutionary War reenactment, with 18th-century demonstrations in music, artillery, cooking, medicine, and more. www.fortlaurensmuseum.org/events.html. JUL. 17 – Any Road: “Fresh Takes and the Art of Arrangement,” Wadsworth Public Library, 132 Broad St., Wadsworth, 2–3 p.m. Free. Kent-based ensemble Any Road will demonstrate what differing instrumentation and structural tweaks can do to bring a new “spin” to songs by other artists. 419-853-6016 or www.ormaco.org.

JUL. 21–23 – Northeast Ohio Quilt Show, Wayne County Fair Event Ctr., 199 Vanover St., Wooster, Thur./ Fri. 9 a.m.–6 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Free parking and free admission. Over 40 vendors; antique quilt exhibit. 724-540-5076 or www.theneohioquiltshow.com. JUL. 23 – AMA Vintage Motorcycle Race, Ashland Co. Fgds., 2042 Claremont Ave., Ashland, practice 4 p.m., race 6 p.m. $20 grandstand, $25 box seat. www. ashleycountyfair.com. JUL. 23 – Christmas in July Sidewalk Sale, downtown Wooster, all day. Get your photo taken with Santa, pet the reindeer, and snag some amazing deals. Start the day at the Farmers’ Market on the square, 8 a.m.–noon. 330262-6222 or www.mainstreetwooster.org. JUL. 23–24 – Our Little World Alpacas Open House, 16800 Cowley Rd., Grafton, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Free. See our newest crias (babies). Learn about alpaca care and about processing the fiber. Locally hand-knitted products. 440724-7070 or www.ourlittleworldalpacas.com. JUL. 29 – Music at the Arboretum: The Ohio Trombone Consortium, John Streeter Garden Amphitheater, 2122 Williams Rd., Wooster, 6:30 p.m. Free. Historical and modern works written and arranged for trombone. Rain locations is Fisher Auditorium, 1680 Madison Ave. 419-853-6016 or www.ormaco.org. JUL. 30–31 – Antiques and Artisan Show, Historic Zoar Village, Sat. 10 a.m.–5 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.–4 p.m. $10, under 13 free. More than 60 dealers of high-quality country antiques; Artisan Showcase features highly skilled, juried artisans. https://historiczoarvillage.com. AUG. 1–7 – Columbiana County Fair, 225 Lee Ave., Lisbon. 330-424-5531 or www.columbianacountyfair.org. AUG. 1–7 – Medina County Fair, 720 W. Smith Rd., Medina, Mon.–Sat. 8 a.m.–11 p.m., Sun. 8 a.m.–8 p.m. $3–$7, under 2 free. 330-723-9633 or www. medinaohiofair.com. AUG. 5 – First Fridays on Fourth, 155 N. 4th St., Steubenville, 6–10 p.m. Free. Monthly themed celebration featuring art, crafts, games, food trucks, live entertainment, and activities to stimulate the imagination. www.theharmoniumproject.org/first-Fridays. AUG. 5–6 – Ohio Mennonite Relief Sale and Auction, Wayne Co. Fgds., 199 Vanover St., Wooster. Preview auction items at www.ohiomccreliefsale.org. For questions, call 330-464-8867. AUG. 5–7 – Twins Day Festival, 9825 Ravenna Rd., Twinsburg. The world’s largest annual gathering of twins and multiples. You don’t have to be a twin to attend! 330425-3652 or www.twinsdays.org.

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AUG. 6 – Flea Market, Ashland Co. Fgds., Mozelle Hall, Ashland, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Free to public. $2/foot for vendor space. www.ashleycountyfair.com. AUG. 6 – Jazz Under the Stars: Akin for Jazz, Uptown Park, Medina, 7 p.m. Free. Back by popular demand, the ensemble will perform tunes from the American Songbook. Bring your lawn chairs, picnics, and blankets. In the event of rain, the concert will move to the United Church of Christ, 217 E. Liberty St. 419-853-6016 or www. ormaco.org. AUG. 6–7 – Ohio Valley Frontier Days, Historic Fort Steuben, 120 S. 3rd St., Steubenville. $6, C. (6–12) $3, under 6 free. Annual festival featuring soldier, settler, surveyor, and Native American reenactors, re-creating life on the Ohio frontier with the Brigade of the American Revolution; crafts, games, food, and entertainment. 740283-1787 or www.oldfortsteuben.com. AUG. 6–7 – Annual Historic Tour, 342 Union St., Mt. Pleasant. $15; ages 14 and under admitted free if accompanied by an adult. Visit the National Historic Landmark to see eight historic buildings dating from the early 1800s. Demonstrators, food, entertainment, and more. 800-752-2631 or https://mtp1803.org. AUG. 7 – Erin Nicole Neal: “Traditional and Contemporary Gospel Music,” Wadsworth Public Library Courtyard, 132 Broad St., Wadsworth, 2–3 p.m. Free. Erin will discuss the history of gospel music, its development, its influence on culture, and its importance in the civil rights movement of the ’50s and ’60s and other movements. 419-853-6016 or www.ormaco.org. AUG. 11–13 – Lincoln Highway “Buy-Way” Yard Sales, locations along U.S. 30 including through Richland, Ashland, Wayne, Stark, and Columbiana counties. Attention, all pickers and shoppers! Find yard sales all along the Lincoln Highway; don’t miss the mega-sale at Wayne County Fairgrounds. Maps and information available at www.historicbyway.com. AUG. 12 – Rockin’ the Revolution, Fort Laurens, Bolivar, 6:30 p.m. $5. Come hear local bands rockin’ out to raise funds for schoolchildren to visit the fort free of charge. On stage will be Jersey, a Springsteen tribute band. Food trucks and craft beer will be available. www. fortlaurensmuseum.org/events.html. AUG. 14 – Barbershop Quartet: Pitch Blend, HeARTland, 8187 Camp Rd., Homerville, 2 p.m. Free. The quartet sings traditional, doo-wop, and more modern arrangements of popular tunes. In the event of rain, the concert will be held at the Homerville United Methodist Church, 8964 Spencer Rd. 419-853-6016 or www.ormaco.org.

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about the invention process. 614-470-0144 or www. inventorscolumbus.com. JUL. 14–17 – Miami Valley Steam Threshers Association Annual Reunion, Pastime Park, Plain City. Thursday is Family Night; Friday night, grand parade at 6 p.m. and garden tractor pulls; Saturday night, truck and tractor pulls. All equipment will be in operation throughout the show. www.mvsteam.com. JUL. 17 – Buckeye Comic Con, Courtyard Marriott Columbus West, 2350 Westbelt Dr. (I-270 at Roberts Rd., exit 10), Columbus, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. $5, free for age 6 and under. Hourly prizes, special guests. 330-462-3985, jeff@ THROUGH AUG. 14 – CAPA Summer Movie Series, harpercomics.com, or www.harpercomics.com. Ohio Theatre, 55 E. State St., Columbus, Wed.–Sun. 7:30 JUL. 17 – Concert: Columbus Symphony Orchestra, p.m., Sun. matinee 2 p.m. $6. America’s longest-running Faith Memorial Church, 2610 W. Fair Ave., Lancaster, 7 classic film series. 614-469-0939 or www.capa.com. p.m. $10–$25, free for age 2 or under. 614-469-0939 or THROUGH SEP. 24 – Sunbury Farmers Market, 9 E. at www.cbusarts.org. Granville St., Sunbury Square, Sunbury, Sat. 9 a.m.–noon. JUL. 21–30 – Lancaster Festival, locations 740-513-9192. around Lancaster. Headliners include Rick THROUGH OCT. 29 – Coshocton Farmers Market, Springfield and Lady A. 740-687-4808 or visit www. 300 block of Main Street, Coshocton, Sat. 8:30 a.m.–12 lancasterfestival.org. p.m. Fresh local-grown produce; artisans with handmade JUL. 27–30 – Musicians Against Childhood Cancer, crafts. www.facebook.com/coshoctonfarmersmarket. Cardinal Ctr. Campground, 616 St. Rte. 61, Marengo. THROUGH OCT. 29 – Delaware Farmers Market, 20 $40–$120, half-price for ages 11–15, free for ages Winter St., Delaware, Sat. 9–12 p.m. 740-362-6050 or 10 and under. Music festival benefiting St. Jude www.mainstreetdelaware.com/event/farmers-market. Children’s Research Hospital. 740-548-4199 or www. musiciansagainstchildhoodcancer.com. THROUGH OCT. 29 – Zanesville Farmers Market, Adornetto’s, 2224 Maple Ave., Zanesville, Sat. 9 a.m.– JUL. 27–AUG. 7 – Ohio State Fair, Ohio State Fgds., noon. Starting in June through August, the market is also 717 E. 17th Ave., Columbus. $8–$10, under 5 free. Free open Wed. 4–7 p.m. www.zanesvillefarmersmarket.org. parking. See website for hours and more information. THROUGH OCT. 30 – Rock Mill Days, Stebelton Park at 888-646-3976 or www.ohiostatefair.com. Rock Mill, 1429 Rockmill Place NW, Lancaster, Wed./Sat. JUL. 28–30 – Goodtime Quilters Guild Annual Quilt 10 a.m.–2 p.m., Sun. 1–4 p.m. Free. Weather permitting. Show, Ohio Christian University, 1476 Lancaster Pike, 740-681-7249 or www.fairfieldcountyparks.org. Circleville, Thur./Fri. 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.–4 p.m. $6 daily, or 3-day admission $10. 150+ quilt display, raffle JUL. 8–17 – Pickerington Community Theatre: Guys and Dolls, The Wigwam Theater, 10190 Blacklick-Eastern quilt. 740-332-6344 or www.goodtimequilters.org. Rd., Pickerington. For information and online ticket sales, JUL. 29–30 – Canal Winchester Blues and Ribfest, call 614-508-0036 or visit www.pctshows.com. downtown Canal Winchester. Free. Live blues, worldclass ribs and other food options, children’s activities, JUL. 12, AUG. 9 – Inventors Network Meeting, dining areas, and a beer and wine garden. Families are virtual, 7 p.m. Educational presentations and discussion welcome! 614-270-5053 or www.bluesandribfest.com.

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THROUGH SEP. 4 – Tecumseh!, 5968 Marietta Rd., Chillicothe, Mon.–Sat. 8 p.m. $25–$45. Experience the epic, action-packed production showcasing the life story of the Shawnee leader. www.tecumsehdrama.com. THROUGH SEP. 28 – Courtside Open Air Market, 801 Wheeling Ave.., Cambridge, Fri. 8 a.m.–noon. 740-6801866 or find us on Facebook. THROUGH DECEMBER – Athens Farmers Market, 1000 E. State St., Athens, Sat. 9 a.m.–noon; Wed. 9 a.m.–1 p.m., April–November. 740-593-6763 or www. athensfarmersmarket.org. THROUGH DECEMBER – Athens Art Market, 1000 E. State St., Athens, Sat. 9 a.m.–noon. Handcrafted local

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artisan-made works including woodworking, pottery, glasswork, quilting, fiber art. www.facebook.com/ athensartguild or https://athensartguild.org. JUL. 6 – Noah Cox Memorial Truck and Tractor Pull, Athens Co. Fgds., 687 Union St., Athens, 7 p.m. Gates open at 2 p.m., registration at 5 p.m. Raffles; 50/50; food vendors. 740-818-8439, noahsmemorialpull@gmail.com, or find us on Facebook. JUL. 16 – Sam Jaffe’s Caterpillar Lab, Highlands Nature Sanctuary, 7660 Cave Rd., Bainbridge, 1–4 p.m. Free. For more information, call 937-365-1935 or visit www.arcofappalachia.org. JUL. 30–31 – Frankfort Sunflower Festival, downtown Frankfort. Free. Concessions, car show, antique tractors, kiddy tractor pull, games, live music, and craft tent. www.sunflowerfestival.net or www.facebook.com/ FrankfortSunflowerFestival. AUG. 4–6 – Belpre Homecoming Festival, Civitan Park, Blennerhassett Ave., Belpre. Bike show, car show, mile race, parade, food, and more, with a fireworks finale. www.belprehomecoming.com. AUG. 6 – Creative Hands Art Show, 47060 Black Walnut Pkwy., Woodsfield. Free. Repurposed art by local artists. Sponsored by the Monroe Artists. 740-472-4848 or www.facebook.com/MonroeArtsCouncil.

JUL. 29–30 – Y-Bridge Arts Festival, Zane’s Landing Park, Zanesville, Fri. 2 p.m. till dark, Sat. 11 a.m. till dark. Free. Contemporary arts and crafts, live entertainment, kids’ activities. http://ybridgeartsfestival.com. AUG. 5–6 – Music Under the Stars, Berlin Park, 4999 Parkwood Dr., Millersburg, 8:30 p.m., pre-show at 6 p.m. Featuring the band The Young Fables with a pre-show performance by Low Gap. 330-473-2879 or www. holmescenterforthearts.org/under-the-stars. AUG. 5–7 – Dublin Irish Festival, Coffman Park, 5600 Post Rd., Dublin, Fri. 4 p.m.–midnight, Sat. 11 a.m.– midnight, Sun. 11 a.m.–8 p.m. $15–$20/day; ages 10 and under free. Seven stages and more than 700 performers, showcasing the best in Irish dance, music, art, and culture. www.dublinirishfestival.org. AUG. 5–7 – Farm Days, Morrow Co. Fgds., 195 S. Main St. (U.S. 42), Mount Gilead. $4, under 12 free. Featuring Minneapolis Moline & Avery tractors and equipment. www.morrowcountytractor.com or on Facebook. For more information, call Mack Shepard at 419-230-8698. AUG. 6 – Dresden Melon Festival, St. Rte. 208/East Muskingum Avenue, Dresden. $1 before 4 p.m., $2 after. Melon derby, small mouth tournament, beer garden, music. 740-607-7804 or www.dresdenmelonfestival.com. AUG. 7 – Millersburg Food Run 10K/5K/1 mile, Hipp Station, 62 Grant St., Millersburg. Registration opens 7 a.m., race at 8 a.m. $15 to $35, proceeds benefit the Love Center Food Pantry. https://runsignup.com/race/oh/ millersburg/millersburgfoodrun. AUG. 11–13 – All Ohio Balloon Fest, Union Co. Airport, 15000 Weaver Rd., Marysville. Aerial entertainment, live music, Kidz City, food and other vendors. Daily Launch after 6 p.m., Nightly Glow after dusk. Bring your own lawn chairs. 937-243-5833 or www.allohioballoonfest.com. AUG. 13 – Union County Master Gardeners Annual Plant Sale, Armory Building at the Union Co. Fgds., 845 N. Main St., Marysville, 8 a.m.–noon. Sun and shade perennials, native plants, shrubs and trees, grasses, bulbs, and daylilies. 937-644-8117, https://union.osu.edu, or Facebook page at http://bit.ly/UCMGFB.

AUG. 6 – Monroe Theatre’s Classic Car Cruise-in and Street Fair, 47060 Black Walnut Pkwy., Woodsfield, 11 a.m.–5 p.m. No entry fee. Dash plaques for first 100 cars. Food and craft vendors; concert at 7 p.m. at Monroe Theatre. 740-213-5757 or 740-391-2318. AUG. 6–13 – Ross County Fair, Ross Co. Fgds., 344 Fairgrounds Rd., Chillicothe. $5. www.rosscountyfair.com. AUG. 7 – Boomin’ Bluegrass Festival, Sugarloaf Mountain Amphitheater, 5968 Marietta Rd., Chillicothe, 5:30 p.m. $10–$51.50. Featuring The Wayfarers, Jerry Salley, Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle, and Steep Canyon Rangers. www.tecumsehdrama.com. AUG. 11–14 – Rivers, Trails, and Ales Fest, Muskingum Park, 300 block of Front St., Marietta. Paddling, road and mountain biking, and fine local ales. For all skill levels. www.rtafest.com or www.facebook.com/RTAfest. AUG. 12–14 – Salt Fork Arts and Crafts Festival, Cambridge City Park, Cambridge, Fri. 12–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Juried festival showcases art in a variety of mediums. 740-705-6866 or www.saltforkfestival.org. AUG. 13 – “The TREE-mendous Giants of the Forest,” Highlands Nature Sanctuary, 7660 Cave Rd., Bainbridge, 11 a.m.–4 p.m. Free. 937-365-1935 or www. arcofappalachia.org.


show, bingo, BBQ, kids’ area, live entertainment, auctions, and much more. 419-966-9909 or find us on Facebook. JUL. 16–18 – National Air Gun Matches, Camp Perry, Port Clinton. 60-shot air rifle and air pistol competitions. 419635-2141, kharrington@thecmp.org, or https://thecmp.org. JUL. 29–31 – NADD Dock Diving Qualifier Event, The Gated Dock-Canine Enrichment Ctr., 7251 St. Rte. 98, Shelby. Qualifying event for the NADD Diving Dogs Regionals. Spectators are welcome! 419-961-4711, www. thegateddock.com, or find us on Facebook. JUL. 30 – Good Ole Summertime Festival, downtown North Baltimore, 8 a.m.–midnight. Car show, live music, food, rides, kids’ games, street market, and more, ending THROUGH OCT. 15 – Great Sidney Farmers Market, with fireworks display at the park. www.facebook.com/ 109 S. Ohio Ave., Sat. 8 a.m.–noon. 937-658-6945 or events/473484507731720. www.sidneyalive.org. JUL. 31 – “Anthony Shane, A Bridge Between JUL. 16 – Ride to Remember, through Bluffton and Cultures,” Nazarene Family Center, 401 E. Boundary surrounding countryside. Registration $25 in advance, $35 day of ride. Check-in begins at 6:30 a.m. Three loops. St., Fort Recovery, 3 p.m. Free presentation by historian Choose your distance, from as few as 11 miles to as many Harrison Frech. 419-375-4384, www.fortrecoverymuseum. com, or find us on Facebook. as 111! To register or for more information, visit www. ridetoremember.net. JUL. 31–AUG. 6 – Auglaize County Fair, 1001 Fairview Dr., Wapakoneta. $8; 12 and under free. https:// JUL. 16 – Eats on the Street, downtown Kenton, 5–10 auglaizecountyfair.org. p.m. Free. Food trucks, live music from multiple bands, craft and draft beer, local wine, kids’ fun zone, and a car AUG. 4–7 – Northwest Ohio Antique Machinery and motorcycle show. 419-673-4131 or www.facebook. Association Show, Hancock Co. Fgds., 1017 E. com/KentonHistoricCourthouseDistrict. Sandusky St., Findlay. Featuring Cockshutt and CO-OP Hoosier-built tractors and Indiana-built JUL. 16 – Malinta Festival, Monroe Twp. Fire House, 8931 Co. Rd. K-2, Malinta, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Flea market, car engines. Truck pulls, horse pulls, arts and crafts, flea market. 419-722-4698 or www.facebook.com/

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THROUGH AUG. 25 – Uptown Music Concert Series, Uptown Park, Oxford, every Thursday at 7 p.m. Free. 513-523-8687 or www.enjoyoxford.org. THROUGH AUG. 31 – Bluegrass Wednesdays, Vinoklet Winery, 11069 Colerain Ave., Cincinnati, every Wed. 6:30–8:30 p.m. Enjoy dinner, wine, and an evening of free bluegrass entertainment by Vernon McIntyre’s Appalachian Grass. Reservations strongly recommended. 5133-385-9309, vinokletwinery@fuse. net, or www.vinokletwines.com. JUL. 22 – Bluegrass Night, Fibonacci Brewing Company, 1445 Compton Rd., Cincinnati, 7–9 p.m. Free. Enjoy an evening of lively bluegrass music by Vernon McIntyre’s Appalachian Grass. Craft beers and food trucks available on-site. 513-832-1422 or http://fibbrew.com. JUL. 24–30 – Butler County Fair, Butler Co. Fgds., 1715 Fairgrove Ave., Hamilton. 513-892-1423 or https:// butlercountyohfair.org.

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JUL. 29–31 – Annie Oakley Festival, Darke Co. Fgds., South Show Arena Area, 800 Sweitzer St., Greenville. Honoring Darke County’s most famous daughter. Shooting contests, fast draw competitions, cowboy mounted shooting, Little Miss and Mister contests, food, and more. www.annieoakleyfestival.org. JUL. 30 – Vernon McIntyre’s Appalachian Grass, Gathering at Garst, 205 N. Broadway, Greenville, 3–5 p.m. Enjoy lively bluegrass music with lightning-fast instrumentals, close harmonies, and entertaining novelty songs. 937-548-5250, katie.gabbard@garstmuseum.org, or www.gatheringatgarst.com. JUL. 30–31 – Dayton Air Show, Dayton International Airport, 3800 Wright Dr., Vandalia, 9 a.m.–6 p.m. $20–$30; ages 5 and under free. See the U.S. Navy Blue Angels in their first Dayton demo flying the Super Hornets, as well as an amazing lineup of performers and aircraft displays. www.daytonairshow.com. JUL. 30–31 – Gathering at Garst, 205 N. Broadway, Greenville, Sat. 10 a.m.–8 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Free; $5 parking. Living history encampment with reenactors representing eras ranging from the French and Indian War to the American Civil War. Cannon demos both days. Antiques, arts and crafts, entertainment, food vendors, and more. 937-548-5250, katie.gabbard@garstmuseum. org, or www.gatheringatgarst.com. JUL. 30–31 – History Alive at the Johnston Farm, 9845 N. Hardin Rd., Piqua, 12–5 p.m. Reenactors present a historical timeline of the years 1748 (Pickawillany) to 1862 (Camp Piqua), bringing to life people and events that had a great impact on the course of history for

AUG. 5–6 – WV’s Largest Yard Sale, Buckhannon and Weston, 8 a.m.–4 p.m. Find hundreds of yard sales lining the streets of Weston and Buckhannon and spread throughout Lewis and Upshur counties. 304-473-1400 or https://visitbuckhannon.org.

NorthwestOhioAntiqueMachineryAssociation. AUG. 6 – “Car Tunes on Main” Car Show and Cruise, entrance at East Main Cross and East Street, Findlay, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Registration 9–11 a.m. ($15), cruise 1:30–3:30 p.m., car show 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Awards, DJ, vendors, food, and fun for all! Preregister and pay by Jul. 8 and receive a free T-shirt. lawebb@dalawinc.com or www. flagcitycorvettes.com/car-tunes-2022. AUG. 6 – Defiance County Hot Air Balloon Festival, 20399 Airport Rd., Defiance, 6:30–9:30 a.m., 5–10 p.m. $10 per car. Tethered hot air balloon rides, live music, kids’ fun zone, food, marketplace for shopping. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets. 419-782-3510 or www. defianceballoonfest.com. AUG. 11–13 – Lincoln Highway “Buy-Way” Yard Sale, locations along and near U.S. 30 across the state, including Van Wert, Allen, Hancock, Hardin, Wyandot, and Crawford counties. www.historicbyway.com. AUG. 12–14 – Leaping Luau: NADD Dock Diving, The Gated Dock-Canine Enrichment Ctr., 7251 St. Rte. 98, Shelby. Spectators are welcome at the entertaining North America Diving Dogs dock diving competition. 419-9614711, www.thegateddock.com, or find us on Facebook. AUG. 13 – Convoy Opera House Car Show, Convoy, 3–6 p.m. 419-203-1410. AUG. 13 – Paddles, Pedals, and Pints, Custenborder Fields, 449 Riverside Dr., Sidney. Join us for an adventure featuring our Great Miami Riverway, parks, and more! 937-498-8155 or www.sidneyalive.org. both America and Ohio. Visit the Johnston home, tour the Indian and Canal Museum, and ride on the canal boat General Harrison of Piqua. 800-752-2619 or www. johnstonfarmohio.com. AUG. 4–7 – World’s Longest Yard Sale, locations along U.S. 127 through Greenville. www.127yardsale.com. AUG. 5 – Concert: Richard Goering, First United Methodist Church, 120 S. Broad St., Middletown, noon–1 p.m. Free. The master guitarist will play Spanish guitar and classical favorites. Bring your lunch if you like. 513423-4629 or www.myfumc.net. AUG. 5 – Vernon McIntyre’s Appalachian Grass, Hamilton’s Urban Backyard, 501 Main St., Hamilton, 7–10 p.m. Free. Enjoy an outdoor evening of lively bluegrass music. Local craft brews and food trucks available on-site. Consider bringing a lawn chair. 513-893-9482 or www.hubhamilton.com. AUG. 6 – Evening on the Canal, Johnston Farm and Indian Agency, 9845 North Hardin Rd., Piqua, 6:30 p.m. $25–$35. Reservations required. After a tasty picnic-style dinner in the museum, guests will board the General Harrison of Piqua for a twilight journey on the Miami & Erie Canal. 937-773-2522 or www. johnstonfarmohio.com. AUG. 12 – 2nd Friday Concert: Vernon McIntyre’s Appalachian Grass, Oxford Community Arts Center, 10 S. College Ave., Oxford, 7:30–9 p.m. Free. Held in the new outdoor amphitheater. Bring lawn chairs. In case of inclement weather, concert will move indoors. 513-5248506 or info@oxarts.org.

AUG. 5–7 – West Virginia Peach Festival, South High Street, Romney. Celebrating all things peaches! Crafts, flea market, live entertainment, games, food vendors, the Annual Peach Pageant, car show, and this year a motorcycle show. 304-822-7477 or https:// wvpeachfestival.com.

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