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Cornhole tourney raises funds for United Way

Tiffin-Seneca United Way wishes to thank everyone who attended our 11th annual United Way cornhole event Sunday at Camden Falls. Fourteen teams competed for cash prizes and to have the honor of their name placed on the traveling trophy. This event has been held for the past 11 years as a way to bring together Seneca County businesses, schools, organizations, and their employees, to share a common interest and enjoy a friendly competition.

A big thanks goes to Quick Tab II, our event sponsor, and Chuck Daughenbaugh for his faithful support of our United Way. We also wish to thank our board sponsors: Baumann Auto Group, Diverse Technology Solutions, LLC and Tiffin-Seneca Child Care Center.

The double-elimination tournament provided for some exciting playoffs for all of the participants. This year’s winners were: first place, First National Bank of Sycamore, represented by Todd Dunlap and Jim Konkle; second place, Lofay Construction, Nate Lofay and Joe Steinmetz; third place, Brian Jenkins and Dave Daughenbaugh of Quick Tab II; and in fourth place, Ashton Moore and Reece Moore, also representing Quick Tab II.

We would also like to thank all of the door prize donors: Allen Eiry Center, Dorel Home Furnishings, Inc. (Formerly Ameriwood Industries), Girls Scouts of Northwest Ohio, Great Lakes Ace Hardware, Tom Rodgers’ Flowers and several friends of the United Way.

Thanks to all of our volunteers who helped to set up, keep score, work at the registration table and sell 50/50 tickets. Special thanks to Chuck Eingle, Melissa, Jamie, Garrett and Gracie Chester, Jen Kovarik and Jeff North, and to everyone who helped us to tear down at the end. And a special thanks to Adam Smith and Camden Falls for the use of their wonderful facility. We are so grateful to have this indoor venue on a cold, windy March day.

Because of all of you, we were able to raise more than $1,334. These funds will help to continue the work of our local United Way and make sure that our future is bright!

Sincerely united,

Patricia J. DeMonte,

executive director

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