Celebration event nets money for 4-H


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Presenting the check on behalf of Cooper’s Mill are Rhonda Baldwin and Kelby Fulton to Crawford County Extension Agent, Allison Cooper. (Courtesy Photo)


In early May, Cooper’s Mill held its third annual “Spring Celebration” at its retail marketplace in Bucyrus. This event celebrated the advent of spring and the flavorful tastes of Cooper’s Mill, but it also commemorated the company’s third year of ownership under brothers Jason and Justin McMullen.

Widely known for their operation of the growing candle company, Crossroads Original Designs, the McMullen brothers purchased Cooper’s Mill in 2013 and completely transformed the space into a beautiful marketplace that offers visitors a unique shopping experience that is sure to please the senses.

During the “Spring Celebration,” guests had the opportunity to sample many of the delicious, all-natural Cooper’s Mill products including products new to the offering. These included Strawberry Jalapeno jam, Peach Applesauce and from the new “Orchard Reserve” line, Blackberry Chipotle sauce. All of which are locally produced at Cooper’s Mill. Lunch was also served during the event, and Cooper’s Mill accepted donations on behalf of Crawford County 4-H. Thanks to the generosity of Cooper’s Mill guests, more than $300 was collected during the two-day event.

The money was presented to Crawford County Extension Agent, Allison Cooper, by Rhonda Baldwin and Kelby Fulton of Cooper’s Mill.

For more information about Cooper’s Mill please visit www.coopers-mill.com or www.facebook.com/coopersmillohio.

Presenting the check on behalf of Cooper’s Mill are Rhonda Baldwin and Kelby Fulton to Crawford County Extension Agent, Allison Cooper. (Courtesy Photo)
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Coopers-Check-presentation-4-H-2016.jpgPresenting the check on behalf of Cooper’s Mill are Rhonda Baldwin and Kelby Fulton to Crawford County Extension Agent, Allison Cooper. (Courtesy Photo)

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