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Community Corn Roast Benefits Hospice Of North Central Ohio
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  Originally Published on: 8/10/2014

Ashland area residents continue to show their support for Hospice of North Central Ohio as the Ashlnad County Fairgrouns was packed for the 5th Annual Community Corn Roast. A full menu is served with sweet corn, pulled pork, hot dogs, macaroni salad, watermelon and more, with all the food being donated. Ashland County Prosecutor Chris Tunnell serves as the chief pork cooker and says it's always nice to give back to such a wonderful agency such as Hospice of North Central Ohio. Tunnell says the community corn roast is also a good way to bring area residents together for such a good cause. There were children's games and bounce houses, pony rides, a diamond drawing giveaway and a band from West Salem called "Canned Food." The Community Corn Roast is a benefit to raise money for Hospice of North Central Ohio's bereavement programs.

   
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