Thanks to Friends of Buckeye Lake Library 5K Walk supporters
The Friends of the Buckeye Lake Library held a very successful 5K Walk last Saturday to raise money for the library’s operating expenses. Many lake-area businesses helped sponsor this now-annual event and their support is sincerely appreciated.
Thanks to Fairfield Medical Center, Alexander’s Landing, Orange Leaf Yogurt of Pickerington, Pizza Cottage, Feeder Creek Vet, Mantonya Chiropractic Clinic, Crossroads Dental Group, PetPlex Animal Hospital, Whetstone Medical Clinic, Bill Rushay - CPA, Buckeye Lake Hardware, T. C. Hardware, HER Realtor Ned Coffman, T’s Cones & Coney’s, Buckeye Lake VFWPost1388,NU2UConsignment& Thrift Shop, The Training Center, Lake Drive-Thru, Z’s Village Market, McDonald’s, Buckeye Lake KOA, Millersport Bait Store, Oak Creations, Weldon’s Ice Cream, Tom Jones Insurance, A-1 Auto Parts, Sammy J’s Deli, Millersport Pharmacy, Buckeye Lake Marina, Commodore Bank, Studio 1 Photography, Autumn at the Lake, The Flooring Studio, The Eye Site, Bower & Sons Meats, Buckeye Lake Valero, Millersport Community Theatre, Fisher’s Marina and Kreager Tire & Service.
We also want to thank our individual donors, walkers and walk committee. Beth Smith, Amy Haughn, Nancy Miller, Gail Bagwell, David Fuchs, Pam Reed, Marlene Rushay, Margaret Henson and Linda Baldauf donated many hours to make it happen.
Special thanks to Buckeye Lake Eagles for use of their facilities and parking lot, Mid Ohio Golf Cart for use of a golf cart, Union Township Police for traffic control and the Hebron Fire Department for providing standby medical assistance. Baltimore historian Jim Reed has provided an interesting historical perspective at each of our walks. Thank you, Jim.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, June 22, next year for a pleasant trip back into history along the scenic Ohio Erie Canal. You’ll have fun, get some history about Ohio’s canal system, enjoy some beautiful scenery and help provide a first class library in Buckeye Lake.
Thanks again for your support.
Friends of the Buckeye Lake Library