The Cy Young Days Festival Committee would like to thank our sponsors for, once again, making the 2012 festival events possible:

Newcomerstown Chamber of Commerce for the queen's pageant scholarship and float.

Newcomerstown Rotary Club, Moose Lodge 1337 and Touraine Club for the bands -- Sneeky Peek and Outlaws & Angels. Bakers IGA for the Grand Parade.

Medi-Wise Pharmacy and Dunning Motor Sales for the car show.

Boltaron, Dover-Phila Federal Credit Union and Huntington Bank for the queen's pageant.

Laborers Local 134 for the use of the banquet hall and the use of the hall for the weekend.

Hampton Inn for accommodations for Denny McLain.

Addy Funeral Home and Shaw-Wilbert Vaults for sponsoring the Balloon Man.

Century National Bank and Shriver's Pharnacy for the Hit-a-Thon.

Mile's Body Shop for the talent show.

Bliss Veterinary Clinic for the pet show.

Coshocton County Memorial Hospital for the car show disc jockey.

K L Welch, Marstrell Auto, Kuester Impliment, The Feed Barn and Ag Land Co-op for the pedal tractor pull contest.

Others who contributed to our success whether financially or through lending of equipment, services or labor: Diamond, Lahmers' State Farm Inc., VFW and Wendy's; gold, WM Brode; silver, American Legion and Vietnam Veterans; and patron, Cameo.

Also, thank you to: Darr Farms, Styer Law Office, Newcomerstown Tourism, Dick's Place, village employees, Newcomerstown Police Chief Gary Holland and the Newcomerstown Police Department.

Thank you to all who participated in and helped with the successful queens' pageant.

Thank you to Tim and Karen Mathews, Marvin and Charlene Garretson, Gary and Gayle Opphile, Cameo Beauty Salon, Bob Pell Nationwide Insurance, Tony Nigro and the staff of the Newcomerstown News. If we missed anyone, we apologize and know that if you contributed in any way to our festival, no matter how small, we are grateful for what you did.

Without these generous contributions, the Cy Young Days Festival would not be able to continue to grow. What a great community!

Janet Chaney, chairman

Cy Young Days Festival Committee