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Bluffton Lions Club host 6th annual Dare to Dream
Cut it, Marty!
Marty and Lowell Hostetler cut the ribbon on the Bentley Road Lions pathway extension during Monday's dedication ceremony. Seventy-five persons attended the event.
Lowell and Marty Hostetler will cut the ribbon
Lowell and Marty Hostetler will perform the ribbon cutting duties at Monday's dedication of the Bentley Road pathway extension. Representatives from the Bluffton Area Chamber of Commerce will also assist.
It was yet another 'Ride to Remember'
This year's Ride to Remember was, well, a "ride to remember." Despite temperatures in the upper 90s last Saturday, with a heat index of 110, bicyclists, nonetheless, came from all over.
Hop on your bike for a memorable ride
The Bluffton Lions Foundation will host the Fifth annual Ride to Remember on Saturday, July 20, starting at the Bluffton Family Recreation Center, 215 Snider Road. Cyclists can participate in four offered routes that feature points of interest around Bluffton, ranging in distance from two to 63 miles.
Bike ride to raise funds for Bluffton trail system
A ride to commemorate former Bluffton residents Ropp and Mary Emma Triplett will raise funds to build additional bike paths in Bluffton. The fifth annual “Ride To Remember” is July 20 beginning at 6:30 a.m. with a mass at 8 a.m. and routes open until 4 p.m.
Official Ride to Remember shirts available
Liz and Raymond Harner of Bike Crazy model the first-ever official shirts for Bluffton's Ride to Remember. The bike ride, which promotes and builds more bike paths in Bluffton, is Saturday, July 20. The high-quality shirts are available at Bike Crazy, 127 N. Main St.
Samuel Diller named Lions Club 2018 Citizen of the Year
Samuel W. Diller will receive the Bluffton Lions Club 2018 Citizen of the Year award during a dinner in his honor on Tuesday, April 16, in the town hall.
A "much safer" Bentley Road opens with new pedestrian pathway
Bluffton’s Lions Way Bentley Road Pathway had it christening on Tuesday. The celebration recognized the .9 mile extension of the pathway project, now it its ninth year.
The event recognizes the pathway extension from Augsburger-Elm south along Bentley Road to the bridge near Kibler Street.