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    WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH, 2014 THE VILLAGE REPORTER - YOUR HOMETOWN NEWS SOURCE - 25

    F E AT U R E D B U S I N E S S O F T H E W E

    Tri-State Truckingopened in 1978 andrecently changed thename to Tri-County Re-pair. The business is

    owned by Dewey Kunkleand is located at 21751St. Rt. 20 in Fayette.

    Dewey and wife, Ivy,are lifelong residents inFayette and have beenactive in the communitythrough various groups and organizations along with strong support to Fayetteathletics through their children.

    The staff of three full-time employees is here to provide you with the best ser-vice possible.

    They service trucks and trailers, as well as, complete federal inspections forthem. They make all kinds of hydraulic hoses & ttings, sell Lucas Product and1/8 thru 1/2 plastic bedliners. Road services is also available.

    Tri-County Repair is open Monday thru Friday 7:00 a.m. till 4:00 p.m. andSaturday 7:00 a.m. till Noon.

    TRI-COUNTY REPAIRCORNER OF ST. RT. 127 & 20 FAYETTE, OH

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    Archbold, OH The aroma of apples and spices mixed with the scent ofwood res and falling leaves marks a change of season and the celebration ofthe annual Apple Butter Making festival at Sauder Village in Archbold (OH).From Wednesday, September 24 through Saturday, Sept. 27 guests will haveplenty of opportunity to enjoy apple-related activities throughout the Historic

    Village. The week is sure to delight all of your senses with activities includingapple butter making, cider pressing, apple cooking demonstrations and hands-on activities.

    Produced in the fall as a way to preserve part of the apple crop, apple butterwas historically a community project bringing families and neighbors togethereach fall. Again this year, guests of all ages will gather to celebrate this time-honored fall tradition at Sauder Village. The highlight of the week takes placein the 1910 Homestead where the delicious apple butter is made. Guests canenjoy apple schnitzing demonstrations in the homestead cellar and then watchas gallons of apple cider and bushels of the thinly sliced apples are simmeredover an open re and stirred until the mixture reduces to form the thick, sweetspread. Samples of the homemade apple butter will be available for guests toenjoy.

    Surviving the winter was a year round activity for our ancestors, sharedAndi Erbskorn, Curator of Education. Crops were planted, food was harvested,meat was hunted and all was preserved with an eye towards the long wintermonths ahead. That is what our costumed staff focuses on in the fall, especiallyduring our Apple Butter Making Week.

    Another way to preserve apples was to press them into cider. Throughoutthe week the 150-year-old wooden press will be p ut to use to make apple cider.

    There will be many other apple-related activities taking place as well. Guestscan try packing apples in barrels for winter storage and watch apple cookingdemonstrations in some of the historic homes.

    Guests can also enjoy a variety of delicious apple treats while visiting SauderVillage. There will be apple dumplings and apple pie for guests to purchase andthe Sweet Shoppe will be selling caramel apples.

    On the nal day of the event, Saturday, September 27, pie bakers young and

    old will have a chance to show off their talents in the annual Old-FashionedPie Baking contest. Any traditional pie recipe with an old-fashioned air canbe entered and the winners will receive ribbons and prizes. Additional detailsand registration forms for the contest and entire event are available online atwww.saudervillage.org

    INFORMATION PROVIDED

    Apple Butter Making Festival: A Fall Favorite At Sauder Village

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    In September of 1983, Tom Molitierno came to work with Jim Marlatt in his law of ce. After Jims death in 1984, Tombought the business, moved to Fayette and has been a xtureever since.

    Tom and his family: wife Lucy of 45 years and children, HopeBaird of Bryan, Tom of Bryan, and Carmen of Morenci and the

    couples nine grandchildren have strong ties to the Fayette areaand have been committed to the growth and success of the townthrough various organizations and their mobile DJ business.

    Tom is a member

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