- __ Annual Bike Run and Car Cruise Benefit Santa’s Hideaway Hollow August 24, 2016
The 10th Annual Santa Run & Santa Cruise for Santa’s Hideaway Hollow was held at the Cortland Moose Lodge #1012 Saturday, August 20. Santa’s Hide Away Hollow is a place for terminally ill children and their families who want to share One Last Christmas together any time of the year.
There was a 50/50 raffle, basket raffle, door prizes and entertainment all afternoon and evening. All net proceeds go to Santa’s Hideaway Hollow.
There were 198 bikes and 90 passengers who came from near and far to support this event, along with over 30 cars for the cruise who received dash plaques.
The nine Kohl’s associates that donated five or more hours, Kohl’s donated $500.00 to the fund raiser. Also we would like to thank our sponsors Cortland Moose Lodge #1012, Jeff’s Towing of Bristol and Middlefield, Geauga Auto Parts of Middlefield, RD Banks Chevrolet of Champion and Lou Wollam Chevrolet of Cortland.
Santa’s Bad Elves work all year on this large successful event. A huge thank you to Santa’s Bad Elves and to all those that supported Santa’s Hide Away Hollow.
- __ Girls’ Night Out at Barrel 33 August 24, 2016
Fun Attitudes of Cortland and Red Hat Society had a girls night out at Barrel 33 in Warren. The women are so busy with working, care giving, volunteering and stress from everyday life they decided to get together and relax at a happy hour.
- __ Tri-County Metal Detecting Club recovers lost wedding ring August 24, 2016
Six members of The Tri-County Metal Detecting Club went to an elderly Bazetta man’s home to look for his wedding band. He had just lost his wife in the past year and was just devastated that he had lost the ring that had bonded them together. Club Member Mike Marsh was contacted by one of his old classmates after seeing an article about a Master Gardener in The Tribune that had lost his wedding ring. He contacted Charles Harper and set up a time to search his property. Club Member Tom Morris found the ring after they were there about an hour and a half. Members helping in the search were Jesse James, Marshall Hall, Paul Bakich, Evin Erb and Mike Marsh. This is a service the Club does for free. Way to go guys!
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