Hero Day Honors military, first responders


By Brian and Cassie Bittinger - Special to the Inquirer



OSCEOLA — On Saturday, Buckeye Beach and Sunset Springs RV Resort held their first Hero Day to honor those who serve and protect us. Crawford County Sheriff Scott Kent and representatives from the Bucyrus Police Department, Wyandot East Volunteer Fire Department, Medflight 5 and the U.S. Coast Guard were on hand to greet the public, answer questions and even hand out goodies to the children.

Guests were given a special treat when Medflight 5, based out of Galion, flew in for the event. To help celebrate our heroes, all current and former military personnel and first responders were given free admission to Buckeye Beach and half off their camping at Sunset Springs. We look forward to making next year’s Hero Day even bigger and better.

For information, call 419-562-9156 Sunset Springs Facebook page.

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By Brian and Cassie Bittinger

Special to the Inquirer

Brian and Cassie Bittinger are the owners of Buckeye Beach and Sunset Springs RV Resort in Osceola.

Brian and Cassie Bittinger are the owners of Buckeye Beach and Sunset Springs RV Resort in Osceola.

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