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Ron Headings and son, Luke, are in their arts and crafts booth on May 16 in this high-resolution photo that shows off their tree creations.

Planning underway for September Bluffton fall festival

Planning is underway for Bluffton’s 11th annual fall festival held Saturday, Sept. 26, according to Daren Lee of Mennonite Home Communities of Ohio.

“We ask groups who participated last year to contact us about participating again this year,” said Lee. Contact Lee at Maple Crest, 419-358-1015, ext. 101, or dlee@mhcoliving.org.

The event has a Facebook page “facebook.com/BlufftonFallFest.”  It continues to be viewed and gain “likes.”

July 11 Ride to Remember beckons to families for short rides all the way to those who "want to go the distance"

Bluffton's title of Bike Capital of Northwest Ohio becomes a reality this summer.

Bicycle enthusiasts may register for the inaugural Ride to Remember bicycle ride scheduled Saturday, July 11, in Bluffton. 

The event offers short bike routes for families interested in biking together all the way to a 100-mile route for experienced riders starting and ending at Bluffton Family Recreation, 215 Snider Road, Bluffton.

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3-9-10 Abbey Heslep art work
Going for the pins
Making footprints in the snow
Take off!
A quack breakfast
Keeping the faith
Up on the housetop...
Goin' fishing
It was a free lunch!
While taking a hike
Eighth graders visit Apollo
Say cheese
Frozen art
Parade forms at the rear
On the farm

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Sixty-four school years ago here is the Bluffton High School Girls' Glee Club. This is from the 1950-51 school year. The...

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Ever seen a six-seater?

Grandma's day care (Brenda Byers manager and Tim Byers recreation coordinator), which takes care of eight little, or not so little, grandkids has added this unique vehicle.

The six-seater stroller is 128 pounds of metal and canvas and, according to Landon, Emily and Molly Byers and Conner Clum and Ellery Byers it is a great ride!

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