May 2017
Memorial Day Events
1:00 AM - 1:00 AM

Memorial Day Events


  • Belle Center - 11 a.m. Monday, May 29, parade, sponsored by the American Legion
  • West Mansfield - 10 a.m. Monday, May 29, Conservation Clubhouse; speaker: ( Retired CW4-Army) Robert H. Mitchell Jr.; Little Miss Poppy Kaylee Henry Foreman, daughter of Mike and Wanda Foreman, recites pledge of allegiance; Renee Kavanagh provides music; American Legion Post 603 firing squad; ceremonies at South, East and North cemeteries follow.
  • Zane Township - 77th annual parade in Middleburg, 11 a.m. Monday, May 29, from township building at the corner or county roads 152-153, to Middleburg Cemetery; prizes awarded for the best costume; the best decorated bike;  ATV, garden tractor, or go-cart; and float; Zane Township veterans invited to ride on the veterans float.
  • Rushsylvania - 9 a.m. village park sponsored by Rushsylvania Lions Club; Scott Miller, pastor of the Rushsylvania United Methodist Church, speaker; Benjamin Logan Middle School Band performs; honor guard 21 gun salute.
  • Highland Memorial Cemetery - Tribute service 11 a.m. Saturday, May 27; gazebo.
  • Huntsville - 12:30 p.m. Sunday, May 28,Huntsville Cemetery (Huntsville Presbyterian Church in event of inclement weather) hosted by the American Legion Charles Collins Post 381; speaker; Shelley Kneece, Logan County Veterans Services officer; vocalist: Regan Ross; Taps: Kevin Harris; invocation and benediction: pastors Benjamin Beres and Bryan Meadows; wreath presentation: (Ret.) USMC SSgt. Robert A. Coffman Jr., Post 381 commander and rifle squad leader.
  • Logan Hills Festival - May 27 through 29, Hall-Fawcett Park, Zanesfield; Citizen of the year presentation, 11 a.m. Saturday, shelter house; parade through village and ceremony at cemetery, 9 a.m. Monday; Taloga Outdoor Drama, 2 p.m. Saturday, Monday and 5 p.m. Sunday; admission for drama $4 adults and $2 children ages 6-12; full schedule at
  • Bellefontaine - 9 a.m. Monday, parade forms at American Legion on Colton Avenue and proceeds north on Main Street to Sandusky Avenue to Hayes Street and into the Bellefontaine Cemetery for ceremony.
  • East Liberty Cemetery - 10 a.m. Monday; speaker:  Tyler Hall; Hometown Hero recognition; American Legion Color Guard; Benjamin Logan Middle School band; Dr. Jason Robson, prayers.
  • DeGraff - 10 a.m. Monday parade from Miami Valley American Legion Post 652 to Greenfield-Union Cemetery; speaker: Logan County Veterans Service Officer Shelly Kneece; then to Quincy Fairview Cemetery; fish fry by donation at the legion home follows ceremonies.
  • Lakeview - 11 a.m. Monday parade assembles at Emil Davis Park beginning at 10 a.m.; route follows State Route 720 to State Route 235 through downtown area; memorial service and lunch follows at AMVETS Post 39.
  • West Liberty - 2 p.m. Monday parade assembles at the old high school along West Columbus Street, continues to Detroit Street and village firehouse for speaker Carmen Scott, West Liberty-Salem High School Marching Band performs; ceremony concludes at Fairview Cemetery for Taps, rifle squad salute. 
Behind the Badge Golf Scramble
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Get registered! Click PDF for information.

REGISTER for Logan County Summer Baseball Camp
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

                                                            Logan County Summer Baseball Camp

                June 19-21, 2017

                9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

                Ages 6-14

                Blue Jacket Park

                Cost:  $70.00 per camper

                           $90.00 family rate for more than one camper attending

                Registration form is on the Bellefontaine City Schools website:

                Contact Art Caudill at or fax at 937-593-0575

The Wall - Spirit of America's Story
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM

The Wall offers a visual walk through of our nation's history. “The Spirit of America display is absolutely breathtaking! You are able to walk through a visual timeline of every major conflict our country has ever faced and see the challenges our military had to overcome. What a Great Memorial to our Soldiers!

Founder Ronald L. Smith, is a 13-1/2 year Marine Corps veteran with tours in the Persian Gulf and Desert Storm, and Co-founder Patricia A. Sexton, the wife of U.S. Army Sgt. David M. Sexton, who was killed in Vietnam on March 15, 1971 and whose remains have yet to come home to his son and wife.

This is part of the Logan Hills Festival and admission is free.

For more information:
Dave Holland
(937) 441-1565
Logan Hills Native Woodland Gathering
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

This Woodland Gathering is a celebration of Native American heritage and tradition. It is a way for Native Americans to connect with each other while keeping their culture alive through song and dance. The Logan Hills Native Woodland Gathering provides an opprtunity for you to learn about Native American culture and traditions.

For more information:
Dave Holland
(937) 441-1565
Ohio Talent Seeker Auditions
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM is holding auditions for all types of talent.  Go on website, learn what we do, sign up and come audition.

For more information:
Patrica Brower
(614) 349-1195
Zumba Classes Starting-MARK YOU CALENDAR
4:45 PM - 5:45 PM
Taloga Outdoor Drama
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

History comes alive again in these beautiful hills near Zanesfield Ohio. Experience the history that took place in this area of Ohio. The struggle of both the Native people and pioneer settlers are dramatized. This outdoor drama in Ohio has a cast of area residents in period clothing. This is the longest running drama with a totally volunteer cast. TALOGA is an Indian word meaning "Cradle of the Hills" This is a must see. See the history unfold before your eyes.

                                Presentation Times

                                   Saturday May 27th 2:00 PM

                                   Sunday May 28th 5:00 PM

                                   Monday May 39th  2:00 PM

                            Admission  $4 per person $2 children 6-12

For more information:
Dave Holland
(937) 441-1565
Car, Truck & Motorcycle-Logan County Veterans Assistant Fund
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Summer Bowling Camps-REGISTER
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Summer Bowling Camps  are for 5th 6th 7th and 8th grade students, it starts on Thursday, June 1 and runs 4 Thursday Nights in June 1, 8, 22, 29 and will be from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM each week and the cost for the entire program is $20.00 per student.  This is for any student in Logan County that wants to learn to bowl or to advance their game.  All instructors are Certified Coaches.  For any questions please  contact Jane Kline at  937-593-3178 or 937-210-1679 or contact T-P Lanes at 937-599-1094.