Created on Friday, 16 August 2013 Written by THE BELLEFONTAINE EXAMINER STAFF
Retired Indian Lake State Park Manager Frank Giannola served as master of ceremonies for the annual Indian Lake Watershed Project banquet Thursday at the Indian Lake Community Church Fellowship Hall, where about 100 guests learned the second annual Nashville Hitmakers fundraiser for the watershed netted approximately $25,000.
Steve Spath of Fire Safety Services Inc., holding the guitar July 27 at Indian Lake High School, entered the high bid of $3,200 to take home a guitar, donated by Music Center U.S.A., and signed and played by Nashville Hitmakers performers, from left: Paul Overstreet, Scotty Emerick, Hugh Prestwood, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Richard Leigh, Logan County native Even Stevens, Mike Loudermilk and Leslie Satcher. (EXAMINER PHOTO | RICK PITTS)
The watershed group will share some of the proceeds with the Indian Lake High School’s music and FCCLA programs. The amount of those contributions will be determined by the ILWP Board of Directors at its Sept. 25 meeting.
Individuals and businesses recognized for their contributions to the success of the Indian Lake Watershed Project included Outstanding Volunteer of the year Nancy Roellig for her dedication to handling the tickets sales for the Nashville Hitmakers.
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