Sign Up TODAY! GOST 2019 Flea Market & Craft Show



Make checks payable to: NBACC

PO Box 284
North Baltimore, OH 45872


  1. Event will run from 9:00am-8:00pm. There will be NO early teardowns. No exceptions!
  2. Set-up (street booths): Friday July 26 after 5:00pm or Saturday July 27 from 7:00-8:30am. You must be ready for sales by 9:00 am.
  3. 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.
  4. No firearms, other than antiques may be sold. No ammunition or components of any kind may be sold.
  5. No obscene pictures or pornographic material may be sold or given away.
  6. Trash cans are available for your refuse. Please keep your area clean at all times.
  7. Parking is not permitted behind your space. All vehicles must be moved after unloading.
  8. Booths are reserved only when payment is included with the application. Check or money order only. No cash payments accepted.
  9. 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…
  10. 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 not provided.

“From Oil Boom To Gold Rush”

In the fall of 1897, George Pilcher was bitten by Gold Fever.  In December he departed from the North Baltimore, Ohio
train depot for the West Coast…


By Margaret Bobb and Larry Slaughterbeck

NEW BOOK NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE at North Baltimore Ohio Area Historical Society (NBOAHS)

In the fall of 1897, George Pilcher was bitten by Gold Fever.  In December he departed from the North Baltimore, Ohio train depot for the West Coast and eventually to search for gold in Alaska.

The Adventures of George Monroe Pilcher:  From Oil Boom to Gold Rush is the story of an adventurer, inventor, journalist, poet, artist, trader, trapper, miner, engineer, and steamboat captain, who although not a North Baltimore native lived, worked, married, and started a family in the community during the late 1800’s. 

Much of the book is a description of life during the Gold Rush in Pilcher’s own words. The work was compiled by NBOAHS Researchers Margaret Bobb and Larry Slaughterbeck.

COPIES ARE AVAILABLE AT THE HISTORICAL CENTER FOR $15.00.  Books can be mailed for an additional $6.00.

The book is now being sold at the N. Baltimore Historical Center during regular Center Hours [Tuesdays 9:00 am-Noon] or call 419-357-5821.

Cub Scouting Info Meeting

What is Cub Scouts all about? Come and find out !!!

What is Cub Scouts all about?
Come and find out !!!

Come see what we are all about.

Friday, June 21, 2019, 7:00pm
At the N.B. Public Library
All Boys and Girls welcome!

Entering Kindergarten thru 4th grade.

Come experience scouting.

Current Cub Scouts will be receiving their advancement patches followed with a !!! Movie !!!

Cubmaster Eric Trout or
419.257.3855 (Home) or 419.262.3967 (Cell) Pack

Football Golf Scramble Fundraiser Teams & Sponsors needed!

Raising funds for NB Fighting Tiger Football – June 8th!

Location: Birch Run Golf Course, NB

Date: Saturday June 8th – Shotgun start at 8am

Cost: $50 per person (teams of four)

Entry fee gets you:

  • Round of golf with cart
  • 1 food and drink ticket

Deadline to Register: Wednesday June 5th

Additional Information:

  • Hole & team prizes (longest drive, closest to pin, etc.)
  • Hole-in-One Car
  • Betting Holes
  • Mulligans available for purchase ($20 for 4)
  • Various football challenges for hole advantages
  • 50/50

Cash or checks payable to: NB Sports Boosters

Contact Matt Matthes  for any questions –  or information about hole sponsorships $100/hole

*Turn team form and money into:

Birch Run or the HS office c/o Matt or Arica Matthes*

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Team Members:

  1. _________________________________
  2. _________________________________
  3. _________________________________
  4. _________________________________ Paid ________

SATURDAY: Reverse Raffle Benefit Flyer for Mike Boggs

Reverse Raffle

To Benefit the Mike Boggs
Double Lung Transplant Fund

Mike and Nancy Boggs

April 6, 2019

1st. Prize – $2500.00

2nd. Prize – $500.00

3rd. Prize – $250.00

5 PM to 8 PM


American Legion #539

539 American Legion Drive

No. Baltimore, OH


All you Can Eat

Sloppy Joe & Chicken Sandwiches

Chips and Snacks





Baked Goods for Sale


Donation $35.00

Call: 419-306-8502

for info or tickets

Do Not Have to Be Present to Win.

Must Have Valid Phone Number

Donations will be used for uncovered expenses

and the cost of 3-6 month stay in Cleveland, OH

(which is required after the transplant).  Any unused

funds will be donated to another transplant patient.

Donations can be made directly to:

Huntington Bank

% Mike Boggs Benefit

141 No. Main Street

North Baltimore, OH 45872

NB Cemetery Clean-Up

It’s that time of year…

Cemetery Clean-Up

A general clean-up shall be conducted twice a year, depending on weather, normally in April and October.  All unsightly pots, flowers, and/or wreaths will be removed. (This is a quote from the Village Cemetery booklet)


Raising Awareness of Food Insecurity in Wood County

The first annual Artists vs. Hunger: Empty Soup Bowl Fundraiser event to benefit the Brown Bag Food Project is planned for Saturday, April 13, from 11 AM to 2 PM at the Wood County Historical Center & Museum. The project is sponsored by the BGSU Ceramics Department and the Wood County Historical Center & Museum. The goal is to raise funds to help fight food insecurity in Wood County.

The BGSU Ceramics Department donated handmade bowls for this event. Tickets for the fundraiser are $15 and include a beautiful handmade bowl and free admission to the Wood County Historical Museum. The meal will be a free will donation. Tickets can be purchased on Brown Bag Food Project’s Facebook page.

The Brown Bag Food Project is a local non-profit that seeks to address issues of food insecurity in Wood County, Ohio.  Brown Bag Food Project provides individuals with a 5-7 day supply of food and vital hygienic items, as well as pet food and supplies, to help meet their immediate needs, along with a resource guide to connect people to additional community resources for long-term support.

The Wood County Historical Museum will be open for self-guided tours Monday – Friday, 10 AM – 4 PM and weekends from 1 PM – 4 PM (closed on government holidays). Admission is $7 for adults and $3 for children, with discounts for seniors, students, and military. Historical Society members receive free admission as well as a gift shop discount. The museum offers free admission to all visitors on the first Friday of each month, courtesy of the Bowling Green Convention & Visitors Bureau. The museum is handicap accessible and group tours are welcome. 

All events detailed at or by following the Wood County Historical Museum on social media. The museum is located at 13660 County Home Road in Bowling Green. 

5th Annual Fire & Ice Charity Game “Busted”

Come out and support the Northwest Ohio Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team. It’s sure to be a fun and action packed day!

NWO Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team Announces Fundraising Event
The NWO Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team is hosting the 5th Annual Fire & Ice Charity Game “Busted” taking place in Sylvania on March 23, 2019, 4:00 – 6:30 pm.

First up will be Toledo Fire Hockey vs. Toledo Police Hockey. The winner takes on the Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team!

Sylvania Tam-O-Shanter, 7060 Sylvania Ave, Sylvania, Ohio 43560

Saturday, March 23th, 2019, 4:00 – 6:30 PM (Doors open at 3:30)


ABOUT SLED HOCKEY: Sled Hockey is fully competitive ice hockey for people with physical disabilities to
be a part of a competitive team. It is a Paralympic sport where ice hockey is played sitting in sleds
using two sticks to propel across the ice.

ABOUT THE ARCTIC WOLVES SLED HOCKEY TEAM: The team is a 501c3 organization under Ohio Sled Hockey. Now in our 5th season, the Northwest Ohio Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team consists of young people
ranging in age from 3-46 who have varying physical disabilities that prevent them from playing stand up hockey and is a life changing experience for the players. For more about the Arctic Wolves Sled
Hockey Team, find them on the web at and on Facebook at “NWO Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team”.

ABOUT THE TOLEDO FIRE HOCKEY TEAM AND TOLEDO POLICE HOCKEY TEAM: The Toledo Fire Hockey Team and Toledo Police Hockey Team are able-bodied players that annually compete in the Battle of the Badges. This year they will take their competition to a new level in sleds! The winner will face the Northwest Ohio Arctic Wolves. Their continued support for the Toledo community is much appreciated.


● $5 Admission, Children under 5 are free

● 50/50 Raffle

● Silent Auction

● Raffle Baskets

● Spirit Wear

● Chuck-a-Puck to win $100

● $5 Pizza Buffet

● Try Sled Hockey – Put yourself in a sled for $1 and get on the ice

● All proceeds will go to the Arctic Wolves to help pay for ice time, travel and tournament expenses, and purchase equipment.

Sponsors– Morrison-Moorhead VFW Post #9231; Keystone Brand Meats; Dan Wilker,DDS; American Legion Post 265-Wauseon; Lima Building Trades Council; Reliance; Ottawa Eagles FOE #2234; Omni Source; Painters and Allied Trades District Council No. 6; Valfilm LLC; J and R Contracting Co. Inc., Prohealth Partners, Inc; Kahle and Associates,CPA; Wetenhall Concrete; Chowder ‘N Moor; Kahle Technologies, Inc.; Kastner Dental Care; and Marcos Pizza

Come out and support the Northwest Ohio Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team.

It’s sure to be a fun and action-packed day!

Lions’ Club Baked Steak Dinner

“TO GO” meals are also available… GET TICKETS TODAY!!!

The Annual North Baltimore Lions’ Club Baked Steak Dinner will be Saturday, March 16,  at St. James Church, 201 South Second St. North Baltimore.

Serving will be from 4:30 pm to 6 pm.

The cost is $8.00 for an adult meal and $4.00 for a child’s meal.

The meal includes baked steak, potato, gravy, corn, applesauce, roll, beverage, and a dessert.

The monies collected from the Baked Steak Dinners are used to assist our Community and School with eye care and vision screening. The NB Lions also help with sponsoring youth activities and helping with their needs.   

To purchase tickets see any Loins’ Club member or call Dennis Miller (Miller Ins. on East Broadway) at 419- 257-3523.

NEW THIS YEAR – There will be a 50 /50 Drawing to support the Fund to Purchase New Christmas Lights for Downtown.

Briar Hill 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat

The Briar Hill Health Campus would like to invite the North Baltimore community to bring your children and grandchildren to come enjoy a fun and unique trick or treating experience!

NB & Area Businesses
> > > Briar Hill Health Campus still has openings for their 2018 Briar Hill Campus Trunk or Treat < < < 
This event is open to the public and will be a fun night for kids of all ages.
Please register by Friday, October 26th, 2018, 5 pm. if you would like to register a spot and try to win one of the $100 cash prizes. Call 419-257-2421 for how to JOIN the FUN!!!


We would like to invite the North Baltimore community to bring your children and grandchildren to come enjoy a fun and unique trick or treating experience!
2nd Annual
Trunk or Treat

Costumes Encouraged • Candy • Hot Dog, Chips and Drink Meals for $2.50
Trick or Treating • Trunk Decorating Contest for a Cash Prize

All proceeds from food purchases will benefit the North Baltimore Fire Department as part of the Briar Hill Hope for the Holidays fundraising efforts.

For questions about the Trunk Decorating Contest, please contact Alicia at or 419-257-2421.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 29TH • 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Briar Hill Health Campus Parking Lot

600 Sterling Drive • North Baltimore, OH 45872
419-257-2421 • •
A Trilogy Health Services Community

Briar Hill “Homemade Soup Sale” Fundraiser

To benefit the North Baltimore Fire Department …..

The Briar Hill Health Campus is hosting a Homemade Soup sale to benefit the North Baltimore Fire Department .

Orders must be placed by  Monday, October 22th. Soup can be picked up  on Saturday, October 26th.

Here is the information:

The 16 ounce containers of soup are $5.00 each and are available  in these flavors: Chicken Noodle; Bean; Beef Veggie. Delivery is available on orders of at least $25.oo