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The 22nd annual Keep Hardin County Beautiful Banquet was held Tuesday night at the Kenton First United Methodist Church. Becky Stevenson Program Manager made introduction and Jane Furbush, program chair, welcomed all in attendance. Dinner was served by the women of the First United Methodist Church.


A special presentation was given by Marti Kolb from the Ohio EPA to Linda Wuethrich for her twenty one years of service and dedication to the Keep Hardin County Beautiful of Hardin County.


July residential garden beautification award winners were Kyle and Holly Ulrich and Steve and Carol Matteson. The July business winner was Kenton Station Villas. The August residential winners were Mike and Brenda Cramber and Robert and Stephanie Temple.


Keep Hardin County Beautiful Commission memeber Kay Kline announced the Candy Cane Tour which will be held Sunday, December 1st, 2013 from 1-6pm. Tickets may be purchased from any commission member or by calling 419-674-2216. Tours will be at the homes of Kay and Ed Steiner, Roberta Flinn, Dave Faulkner,  Andrea and Nathan Brooks as well as New Leaf Garden Center and the Hardin County Armory.

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