GNADENHUTTEN -- Winner of the OOAK hand painted plate at the 2012 Gnadenhutten Fireworks Festival, made by Whitewoman Pottery of Coshocton, was Cargnel's Cleaning Service of New Philadelphia with a bid of $250.
Winner of the handmade limited edition mugs made by Whitewoman Pottery of Coschocton were:
Mug No. 1: Cargnel's Cleaning Service of New Philadelphia, $100.
Mug No. 2 Lori Davis of Gnadenhutten, $45.
Mug No. 3 Jud and Brandi Edwards of Edwards Mowing Service of Gnadenhutten, $45.
Mug No. 4 Janice Baker of Gnadenhutten, $50.
Mug No. 5 Walt Rosenberry of Gnadenhutten, $50.
Winner of the signed Billy Jacobs print, "The Old Tavern House," and signed book, "The Road Home," the art of Billy Jacobs, was Cargnel's Cleaning Service of New Philadelphia with a bid of $275. Billy Jacobs was on-hand to help auction off his print.
He is a local artist from Navarre, and owner of the Billy Jacobs Art Gallery located in the historic Rochester House in Navarre.
The auctioneer was Bob Hall of Gnadenhutten.
These auctions raised a combined total of $815 of which goes towards the purchase of next year's fireworks.
The Gnadenhutten Fireworks Festival Committee would like to thank all the people who came out to support the festival and bid on the auction items in the heat this weekend!