Support of fall foliage tour is appreciated

The Little Muskingum Watershed Association members want to thank all who participated in our tour, Oct. 13 and 14, along Ohio 26 and adjoining roads this year. A variety of different things to see, food to eat and history to relive was a big part of keeping our tour going. Each stop had something different to enjoy, including crafts, beautiful quilts, picking your own apples, great music and a part of our history with a historical log cabin and a lot more. Each and every stop makes our tour a success.

A special thank you to our members, friends and family for all their hard work in preparing before and during the weekend. We do not want to forget the donations from our sponsors and the delicious baked goods from our community. We also had a petting zoo, barrel ride, antique engine show, tractor display and tractor pull which was part of our stop to enjoy.

Our church service on Sunday with Pastor Erin Curtis was attended by nine different area churches represented. Thanks to all of you.

Without the support from all of you, our tour would not be possible.

Special thanks to you all.

Karen Eddy, on behalf of

Little Muskingum Watershed Association