Letters

Bluffton's 50th Festival Of Wheels

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On Friday afternoon, June 16, the Bluffton Lions Club put on the 50th Anniversary of the Festival of Wheels and Cruise-in. We strive to make it a better show each year. It takes a lot of volunteers to make it a success. The weather has a lot to do with it, but the volunteers are the main factor. The Bluffton Lions are very grateful to all the following people who helped with our Festival of Wheels. Some are not members of the Bluffton Lions, but help because they are also interested in cars and to support the community. We thank you all and are very grateful for your participation.

Beaverdam Memorial Committee Thank You

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The Beaverdam Veterans Memorial Committee would like to thank everyone who helped make our Memorial and its dedication possible.  The outpouring of support from the Beaverdam-Bluffton area has been unbelievable!  The American Legion Post 382 ceremony and the over four hundred people attending made this Dedication an outstanding event.  Thank You again for your support.

For those that were unable to attend, we would like to remind you that our engraved brick for Veterans program is an ongoing event and is available for all Veterans who have served or are serving in peace-time or war.  Please contact a committee member for information.
 
The Beaverdam Veterans Memorial Committee

American Legion Thank You

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The Bluffton American Legion Post 382 would like to thank all of our sponsors and golfers for their generous donations for our 6th Annual Golf Tournament. 

This year we are able to give donations to 12 different non-profit organizations. They are as follows:  Wounded Warrior Project, Operation Comfort Warrior, Urbana/Champaign Aviation Museum, Ohio Veterans Memorial, Honor Flight of Findlay, Ohio.
Sam Reineke and Fred Arnold, co-Chairmen for the Golf Outing, passed out checks to the following organizations Monday evening at the Legion Post:

Stick Up for Richard Boehr

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Dear Editor,

It’s about time that Blufftonites stick up for Richard Boehr and all that he has done for Bluffton, including the Shannon Cemetery, which he is thoroughly trying to improve. Where were all you complainers when the cemetery was in shambles?

Why is it that the person in this town who does something productive, gets blasted from people who do nothing but cause turmoil?

The good souls who live above ground and now who will be memorialized are shaking their fingers at the people who can’t leave well enough alone.

Give Richard Boehr support - All of you! Richard always does a good job!

Beverly Amstutz

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