Farm to Table Dinner Tickets On Sale Now

Farm to Table Dinner

The Fostoria Area Chamber of Commerce has announced public ticket sales for the Farm to Table Dinner.  This will be the Chamber’s second year hosting the Farm to Table Dinner. The dinner’s purpose is to bring people together in the heart of our community, on Main Street, to share a meal sourced from local farms and celebrate our long history of agriculture.

Food for Farm to Table will be prepared by ProMedica Health Systems, Executive Chef, Hannah Robertson and her team.  A selection of wines will be available from Chateau Tabeau as well local and regional craft beers.

Ticket prices are $75 per person and $125 per couple.  All food and alcohol is included with the price of the ticket.

Please RSVP today by calling 419-435-0486 or via email to Sarah@FostoriaChamber.com

We hope you can join us as we dine al fresco on Main Street in Downtown Fostoria with our friends and family.

2017 Farm to Table Dinner

 

16th Annual Car Show Winners Announced

FOSTORIA,OH-Downtown Fostoria was the setting of the 16th Annual Fostoria Area Chamber of Commerce and  Visitors Bureau Car show.  The event was presented by Reineke Family Dealerships and Mennel Milling along with many other Chamber annual sponsors.

This year’s event was held in conjunction with the first ever Habitat Bash which featured and entertainment tent with members of the band Rough Country.

A rainy start to the day didn’t stop the event from moving forward and 36 cars, trucks and motorcycles participated in the show.  Although the turn was low organizers of the car show were pleased with the turnout based on the weather.

 

Fifteen trophies were awarded to car show participants:

Reineke Family Dealerships Best in Show: David Goode, 1931 Plymouth Olds

The Mennel Milling Best Truck: Larry Adams, 1985 Dodge Ram Charger

ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital Best Motorcycle: Dennis Reinhard, 2015 Indian Chieftan

First Federal Bank Best Mopar: Rick Brown, 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner

Ohio Logistics Best GM: Rick Bowman, 1957 Chevy 210

POET Biorefining Best Ford: Tom Lake, 1940 Ford 2 Door Deluxe

Good Shepherd Home Best Import: Danny Huhow, 1959 King Midget

Callies Performance Products Best Muscle Car: Rick Brown, 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner

Superior Credit Union Best Pre-War Car: No Entries

Dr. Timothy Sulken, Complete Family Dentistry Best Mustang: Brad and Pam Case, 1967 Chevy Bel Air

Whitta Construction Best Corvette: Ron Autullo, 1961 Corvetter

Best Western Fostoria Inn & Suites Best Paint Job: Dale Dishong, 1957 Chevy Bel Air

Charter Steel Best Late Model: Nila Philipps, 1979 Dodge Magnum GT

Clouse Construction Best 40’s & 50”s: Larry Philipps, 1957 Chevy Bel Air

Don Cochran, Ron Spencer Real Estate Best Custom Motorcycle: Anthony Terry, 1986 Harley Davidson FXRC

 

In addition, a St. Catherine’s Care Manor of Fostoria  Car Care Kit was awarded to David Goode, as the farthest travelled award.  Mr. Goode came from Port Clinton for the show.

Hoover Law & Title to Host Ribbon Cutting

Join us in celebrating the 12th Anniversary of Hoover Law Offices and the addition of Hoover Title Agency.
Tim Hoover, Attorney at Law invites you to a Chamber Ribbon Cutting on Tuesday, July 17 at 4 p.m. in their offices located in Suite 201 of the bank building located at
125 South Main Street in downtown Fostoria.
Attorney Timothy J. Hoover founded Hoover Law in July, 2006. Since that time, the firm has grown substantially, and has a proven track-record in and out of court representing individuals and organizations. Attorney Hoover has over eight years of experience as a title agent, having previously been affiliated with another title company.
Their mission is to protect individuals and organizations with convenient, effective, and high caliber legal and real estate escrow services, giving attention to results and value. Hoover Law and Title are a full-service real estate closing company and can provide all aspect of a real estate closing and escrow, and title insurance as a proud, independent policy-writing agent of the First American Title Insurance Co. They provide professional legal services in the following areas: real estate, probate/estate administration and planning (including farm estates), business law, injury law, civil law, and family law.  Hoover Law and Title can provide full litigation services at trial and appeals.
Visit  www.hlawohio.com for further details.
Hoover Law & Title
Phone: (419) 435-7370
Fax: (419) 435-5723

Chamber to Host Annual Car Show Friday, July 20

FOSTORIA,OH-Downtown Fostoria will be the setting of the Fostoria Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau’s 16th Annual Car Show and the first ever Habitat Bash.

 

The Chamber Car Show presented by Reineke Family Dealerships and Mennel Milling will take place Friday, July 20.  The show is open to all classic and antique cars, trucks and motorcycles.  The show will kick off at 4 p.m. with auto registration and conclude at 8 p.m. with awards.  The show will be held on Main Street, from North Street to South Street, and will feature a new car display from Reineke Family Dealerships.  The entrance for Car Show participants will be the corner of North Street and Main Street.   14 trophies will be awarded and the first 100 registrants will receive goody bags courtesy of the event sponsors and participating Chamber members.  Pre-registration is $10 and registration at the show is $15.  Registration forms can be found on the Chamber website, http://www.fostoriaohio.org/about/car-show/ or can be picked up at the Chamber office located at 121 N. Main St. Fostoria, Ohio 44830.

 

During the Car Show the Fostoria Area Habitat for Humanity will host an entertainment tent featuring members of the band Rough Country and serve draft beer and adult beverages.  All proceeds from the entertainment tent will benefit Fostoria Area Habitat for Humanity.  The Habitat Bash will kick off at 5 p.m. and conclude at 9:00 p.m.  In addition to food available at local downtown restaurants Leadership Seneca County will be serving sandwiches, chips, water and pop of which all sales will benefit their organization.

 

Parking for those interested in coming Downtown on Friday, will find some street closures after 2:00 p.m. However, many different parking areas are available during the day.  The Ray Dell parking lot on the corner of South Street and Main Street, the city parking lot on East Center Street are available for parking and West Tiffin Street will remain open for those who need to access the Downtown businesses and located on Main Street.

 

For more information visit www.fostoriaohio.org page or email Sarah@FostoriaChamber.com .