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Chamber offers thanks
To the editor: The Easter Egg Hunt has been a tradition in Oak Harbor for more than 70 years.
The Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce held their annual event on April 13. More than 350 children received numbers for their special candy bags located at the 14 participating downtown businesses. There were 46 “Golden Egg Baskets” this year, and those who had the lucky number received a special gift basket provided by local businesses.
The Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce and Chairperson Debi Heiks would like to thank the merchants and the individuals who contributed to this year’s Easter Candy Hunt event.
Once again, a community and volunteers working together have brought family and friends into our village for a day of fun. Please be sure to visit these businesses that have generously donated to this event.
We would like to thank the following individuals and businesses for their donations and their help with our annual Easter Candy Hunt: 2018 Apple Festival Royalty Court and Families; APEX Custom Concrete & Masonry; BodyWorks Fitness Studio; Boy Scout Troop 316; Buehler Excavating, Ltd.; Carroll Township; Commodore Perry FCU; Community Markets; Croghan Colonial Bank; Designs By Marie; Drown's Dairy; Druckenmiller Agency; Ltd./UIS; Eagle Fabrication & Repair, Inc.; Evolve Riverfront Café; First National Bank; Greer Automotive & Towing; Guiding Hands Home Health Services; Harbor Mattress; Hartford House Restaurant; Howard Hanna Real Estate; Howey's House of Brews; Jason's Pumpkin Patch; Magruder Hospital; Manny Salazar; McDonald's; Oak Harbor Hardware; Ottawa County Veterans Services; Patty Cakes Village Bake Shop; Portage Fire Department; Priesman Printery; Radiant Windows & Radiant Remodeling; Retired Mayor Fred Conley; Spangler Motor Sales; St. Boniface Parish; St. Boniface School; St. Bonore Financial Services; The Clothing Corral; Thrivent Financial - Jeremy Ashley; Tri Motor Sales, Inc.; US Bank; Varga Custom Concrete; Village Creations; Village of Oak Harbor Street and Police departments; Village of Oak Harbor Mayor Quinton Babcock and Wistinghausen Florist & Greenhouses.
Valerie Winterfield
Executive Director,
Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce
161 W. Water St. Suite A

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