Event will run from 9:00am-8:00pm. There will be NO early teardowns. No exceptions!
Set-up (street booths): Friday July 30 after 5:00 pm or Saturday July 31 from 7:00-8:30 am. You must be ready for sales by 9:00 am.
No illegal items permitted on the grounds. Discovery of such items will result in immediate expulsion from the grounds by the proper authorities. . . . NO pop-its.
No firearms, other than antiques may be sold. No ammunition or components of any kind may be sold.
No obscene pictures or pornographic material may be sold or given away.
Trash cans are available for your refuse. Please keep your area clean at all times.
Parking is not permitted behind your space. All vehicles must be moved after unloading.
Booths are reserved only when payment is included with the application. Check or money order only. No cash payments accepted.
Booths will be assigned on a “first come, first serve” basis (by postmark date). Previous vendors will have first chance for their booth space. New vendors will be put on a waiting list. We will try to honor your request…
Refunds will be given at the discretion of the NBACC should weather or any other event cause a cancellation.
Electricity is very limited and not guaranteed. If your booth needs electricity, please discuss this with Leisa so arrangements can be made. Electric cords are not provided.
PLEASE RETURN APPLICATION WITH PAYMENT BY MAY 31, 2021
Make checks payable to: NBACC
North Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce (GOST) ~ PO Box 284 ~ North Baltimore, OH 45872
Consumers who have any red, yellow, white, and sweet yellow onions under these labels, or who cannot tell if their onions are from Thomson International, should immediately discard these products and disinfect any surfaces that came into contact with the onions.
It is with regret that we announce the North Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce will be canceling the Good Ole Summertime Festival for 2020.
We know you are focused on the here and now—and the new future. We share this mindset. While we wish we were in the final preparation mode for Good Ole Summertime Festival 2020, we are now diligently working on creating new channels to support and strengthen our community today.
In tandem with that, our team is envisioning the 2021 Good Old Summertime Festival to adapt to changing norms.
North Baltimore is a powerful, resilient community—a community that’s built on passion, that’s resourceful in the midst of change, and that supports one another.
We invite you to join us in any or all of the conversations and plans to connect and grow this festival for future years. You are always welcome to have a seat at this virtual table.
Stay well and stay strong as we prepare for the future.
NBACC – GOST Committee
JP Miklovic, Ben Pack, Janet Golder, Leisa Zeigler, Stephanie Walters and Seth Thompson
Left: Alumni Scholarship winners and MC Sue Miklovic…
The North Baltimore Alumni Association would like to thank everyone who helped with and attended the 2019 Alumni Banquet. Over 150 former classmates, teachers, spouses, and friends enjoyed dinner at the North Baltimore American Legion, visiting and catching up with classmates and friends.
The school crest that is still being used today was created by the Class of 1969, who celebrated their 50th year class reunion Saturday evening. Peg Trout represented the class and explained the meaning of the school crest and what each symbol represents. The class had previously raised funds and had planted eight trees on the north side of the middle/high school property in memory of deceased classmates. A check for another three trees and a plaque listing each 1969 graduate was presented to Superintendent Ryan Delaney. The plaque will hang in the hallway at NBHS.
NB Alumni Association Scholarship checks in the amount of $750 were presented to Sierrah Johnson and Christina Morales, both recent 2019 NBHS graduates.
Thank you to Sam Bretz and the NB American Legion Post #539, Steve and Renee Gardner, Mary Lee Benedict, Voni Detamore, and Cathie Robinson, for helping set up for the dinner; and to Colleen Kaufman for preparing the dinner.
The Good Ole Summertime Festival Golf Tournament was held on Saturday morning, with a record 42 teams entering. Thank you to our generous sponsors for their support of this event:
Hole-in-One sponsor: Reineke Family Dealerships
Grand Prize sponsors: Blanchard Valley Health System, Continental Structural Plastics, and Laborers’ Local #574
Prize Purse sponsors: Amplex Internet; Casey’s Sales & Service; D.S. Brown Co.; Don H. Miller Insurance Agency; Leisa Zeigler, ERA Geyer Noakes Realty Group; and North Baltimore Eagles #2633
Hole Sponsors: Ankney Insurance, Bob Kelly, Inc.; Clouse Construction; Dawn’s Flower Shop; Griffith Farms, Huntington Bank; Jerry Greiner; HPJ Industires, NB; John Stewart-In Memory of Bill Stewart; LO8 Salon; Mak & Ali’s; Mark & Voni Detamore-In Honor of the Class of ’73; Mary Jo (Steiff) Halstead; Nick Guy-In Memory of Jim Dennis; North Baltimore Eagles #2633; North Baltimore Schools; North Baltimore Fire Department; TheNBXpress.com; Ohio Automotive; Sharon Franklin, United Healthcare; Shelley Company; Smith-Crates Funeral Home; Sons of American Legion Post#539; Steve Gardner-In Honor of the Class of ’74; Ten Pin Lanes; Terry Wymer, Servicemaster; Yoder & Frey Heavy Equipment Auctions
Special thanks to the NB Class of ’74 for providing the food for the golf tournament.
Proceeds from 50/50 ticket sales at both weekend events and from the golf tournament benefit the NBAA Scholarship Fund. Eighteen scholarships have been awarded since 2007. Donations are always accepted for the scholarship fund and can be made by contacting one of the individuals below or mailing a donation to: NBAA, PO Box 204, North Baltimore, OH 45872.
NBHS Alumni Dinner & Scholarship Committee JP and Sue Miklovic, Don and Tami Thomas, and Jill Guy
Rustik Waters – an original four-piece jam-rock band from Northwest Ohio. Rustik Waters provides a high energy multi-genre show touching on rock, blues, funk, reggae, folk, and bluegrass. This is a band you won’t want to miss! – Rustik Waters on Facebook
Tongue & Groove – N.W. Ohio’s Premier Classic to Now Band that you can move to! Rockin N.W Ohio Since 1998! – Tongue N Groove on Facebook
Cherry Bombs – an experienced and extremely versatile band priding ourselves on our smooth harmonies, solid guitar riffs and driving bass line. Fronted by 2 female vocalists… – Cherry Bombs website