Saturday, April 12, 2014

Holmes County, 2014 Ohio Memorial Day Wounded Warrior Event

Plan now to attend the Wounded Warrior Project Memorial Day Event Sunday, May 25, 2014, in Holmes County, Ohio, at the Guggisberg Swiss Inn in Charm. Guggisburg Swiss Inn will be donating all net proceeds to the Wounded Warrior Project on this special Memorial Day event honoring and helping wounded soldiers.

Guggisberg Swiss Inn
Family-fun festivities at The Guggisberg Swiss Inn will begin Sunday, May 25 at 4 p.m. with roasted hotdogs and s'mores, silent auctions, a split the pot drawing, and donated gift baskets for bidding throughout the day that will provide donations to the Wounded Warrior Project. As a finale, at dusk you will be able to purchase Chinese Lighted Sky Lanters that will be lighted and launched over the pond and bridge in memory of loved ones; this followed by lighting of sparklers.


Come a day ahead and make it a memorable weekend with dinner at the Chalet in the Valley Restaurant, where authentic Swiss/German cooking, along with Amish fare is served in true Swiss atmosphere.  Enjoy the rolling hills of Amish Country, with scenes that reflect our Swiss, Amish, and European roots. Plan a serene Amish country drive, take in some shopping, stop at Guggisberg Swiss Cheese for a sampling of awarding-winning cheeses, or stop at any of the many unique home industry shops that thrive on our back roads. The Guggisberg Swiss Inn offers generous hospitality and accommodations for the weekend.


Barn Inn and Apple Hill Acommodations
In collaboration with the Guggisberg Swiss Inn, the Millersburg, Ohio, Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast, invites all to support this worthy cause and consider accommodations at the historic Barn Inn; a distinctive bed and breakfast offering gracious Amish-Country hospitality.  The Barn Inn also offers family and group accommodations for four to ten people at their Apple Hill location.  Call The Barn Inn at 330-674-7600 for group accommodations.

The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast

Submitted by Loretta Coblentz
April 12, 2014




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