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Chamber of Commerce FUNdraiser a Fun Time for all!

Pictured left to right: Tammy Kirchner, Patty Fraley and Terri Moore

Noble County Chamber of Commerce Fall FUN-draiser

The annual Noble County Chamber of Commerce Fall FUN-draiser took place Friday night at the community center on the fairgrounds in Caldwell. Dinner included steaks grilled by Caldwell firefighters.

The event, a fundraiser for the chamber designed to be a fun evening for those attending, was deemed a success, with a number of people winning prizes.

Some of these included:

Bryan Chandler 1st handgun winner

Tony steed 2nd handgun winner

Lance Buckey 3rd Handgun winner

Tony Steed  4th handgun winner

Randy King 5th handgun winner

Dale Guiler 6th handgun winner


Raffles, drawings and both a silent and live auction also took place, with the following people taking home nice items:

Brent Neuhart: football picture

Howell Craig Insurance of Cumberland: Kubota Orca cooler

Becky Jeffery: Kate Spade purse

Patty Fraley: 22″ Blackstone griddle

Rodney Rohrbaugh: Henry .22 Lever action with engraved chamber; he donated it back.

Ned Shreve of Ben Logging and Excavating: High bid on the Chamber 50th Anniversary custom engraved Henry 45 Long Colt rifle.

Basic Systems: 22 revolver

Missy Wheeler: Henry .22 Lever action rifle with an engraved chamber

Rodney Rohrbaugh: Noodles

Patty Fraley: Wooden ornaments and Shenandoah Sports Season Pass

Patty Fraley: Hand stitched quilt

David King & Rodney Rohrbaugh: Ohio state Michigan game tickets

Terri Moore took home a $3,000 cash prize from the big raffle drawing.

Chamber Director Allen Fraley said, “The chamber was so happy to again hold their annual Fall Fundraiser. It has been since 2019 that we gathered for this event. It is a great time for business owners to network and relax before diving into the holiday shopping season. Shopping local is so important to small business and the holidays are typically one of the busiest times of the year. Please consider shopping local first this year.”

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