BOWER & SONS MEATS AND SAUSAGE, INC. 116 S. Mulberry Street, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 Phone: 740-569-0264 Website: bowerandsons.com Bower & Sons Meats and Sausages is a family owned and operated business with well over 100 years of meat experience. We make many of our own products and want to give customers the quality and taste they deserve at an affordable price. Hours: Tuesday and Wednesday 9-5, Thursday and Friday, 9-6, Saturday 9-2
BREMEN AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY 132 Carter Street, P. O. Box 33, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 Contact: Terry Borah- 740-438-9211 Rick McCandlish - 740-503-7703 Contact Terry Borah or Rick McCandlish to reserve the social room or to join. The Bremen Area Historical Society is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that ardently strives to adhere to its mission of the collection, identification, preservation, and exhibition of artifacts; fostering and promoting a deeper understanding of rural Bremen, Ohio. History through its museum based initiatives, historical and cultural program and traveling exhibitions. The Society seeks to nurture a greater appreciation for local history and for the ideas, values and traditions of rural Bremen, Rushcreek Township and vicinity. The Bremen Area Historical Society cordially invites you to come and discover the unique history and rich cultural heritage of Bremen by visiting the Bremen Area Historical Museum, a fully accessible historical museum, located within the quaint Village of Bremen, Ohio. The Museum pays homage to the area’s past history and chronicles materials for future generations. The 100% volunteer staff invite all to come to our Museum and experience our local history through a myriad of exhibits, numerous displays and a wide array of programming.
BREMEN BANKING CENTER Branch Manager: Nicole Scott 119 Main Street, P. O. Box 105, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 Phone: 740-569-412 Website: www.vcnbfamily.com Hours: M-F 8:30-5, Saturday 8:30-12 Drive-thru: M-T 8-5, Friday 8-6, Saturday 8-12
BREMEN VILLAGE 9090 Marietta Road, P. O. Box 127, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 Phone: 740-569-4788 Email: email@example.com Village Council meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Please refer to the Village Council link of this website for additional details regarding the Village.
CHONDRA DAVIS BAKERY W. Main Street, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 1841 West Point Road, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130
COUNTRY LANE GARDENS Denise Wingard, Admissions Director 7820 Pleasanvtville Road, Thornville, Ohio, 43076 Phone: 740-536-7381 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.Countrylaneghc.com Rehabilitation, short term care, secured unit, wound care, hospice, ACE IV therapy. Personal tours are available at your convenience, including evenings and weekends.
EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS Tim Byers, Financial Advisor 2670 N. Columbus Street, Suite A, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130 Phone: 740-654-3829 Email: email@example.com Website: www.edwardjones.com As an Edward Jones financial advisor, I believe its important to invest my time to understand that what you are working toward before you invest your money. Whether you are planning for retirement, saving for college for children or grandchildren, or just trying to protect the financial future of the ones you care for the most, we can work together to develop specific strategies to help you achieve your goals. In addition, we welcome the opportunity to work with your attorney, accountant and other trusted professionals to deliver a comprehensive strategy that leverages everyone’s expertise. Give me a call and we will sit down and talk.
FAIRFIELD COUNTY AUDITOR Auditor: Jon A. Slater Jr. 210 East Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130 Phone: 740-652-7020 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Auditor’s office is responsible to transfer deeds, calculates tax rates and amounts, administers the Homestead Program for the elderly and disabled, serves as assessor for real property valuation, disburses all tax revenue, keeps the tax maps and the Current Agriculture Use Valuation program for farmers. The County Auditor is the inspector of Weights and Measures for the Ohio Department of Agriculture, issues cigarette, vendor and dog licenses, administers the Information Technology (IT) Department and estimates the revenues to be received upon with the County Commissions then base their annual budget. A wealth of information regarding real property in Fairfield County can be found at: http://realestate.co.fairfield.oh.
FAIRFIELD COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS Clerk of Courts: Branden Meyer 224 East Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130 982 Liberty Drive, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130 (Lancaster Title Department) 485 Hill Road, Pickerington, Ohio, 43147 Phone: 740-652-7389 Email: email@example.com The Clerk’s office is responsible to be the custodian of all legal records filed and maintained in the office. The Clerk’s office is also responsible for issuing and maintaining all motor vehicle and watercraft titles in Fairfield County.
FAIRFIELD COUNTY VISITOR AND CONVENTION BUREAU Jonett Haberfield 124 West Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130 Phone: 740-654-5929 Email: director@VisitFairfieldCounty.org This marketing organization is charged with increasing tourism in Fairfield County by promoting museums, parks, historic sites, art galleries and covered bridges. The Visitors Bureau markets the many festivals and special events such as the county fair, air show, park activities and historic programs.
FAIRFIELD HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS, INC. - FAMILY PRACTICE OF BREMEN 80 Logan Thornville Road, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 Phone: 740-569-4141 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
FAIRHOPE HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE, INC. Kimberly Shook 282 Sells Road, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130 Phone: 740-654-7077 - 740-475-0699 Email: email@example.com Website: www.fairhopehospice.org Hometown hospice providing comfort and support to patients and their families in the final stages a terminal illness. Fairhope’s primary goal is for patients to live their remaining days in a pain-free manner, with comfort and dignity, at home, in a facility, or our exclusive hospice house, The Pickering House, surrounded by their loved ones. We offer grief support for adults and children experiencing any type of loss.
FOLTZ AG ENTERPRISES, INC. David Foltz We have two locations to serve our customers. Bremen - 8290 Bremen Road SE, Bremen, Ohio, 43107, west edge of town Phone: 740-569-7351 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Hours: Monday through Friday - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - Saturday - 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 Lancaster - 2535 East Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130 Phone: 740-808-8600 Hours: Monday through Friday - 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - Saturday - 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. We are a local family owned and operated business that sells and services new and used Ompact and utility tractors, attachments and farm equipment, lawn and garden equipment including zero-turn mowers, riding and push mowers, chain saws, trimmers, blowers and most any outdoor power equipment. The Bremen location is the main store for parts and service. The Lancaster store is a convenient, well stocked sales facility with ample room for demonstrations and test driving. Visit our website and see what we offer.
GRANDVIEW CEMETERY Contact: Rick McCandlish or Marilyn Boyd 9540 Lancaster - New Lexington Road, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 Rick (740-503-7703) or Marilyn (740-569-7264)
HARVEST ADVENTURES FALL AND WEDDING. LLC Doug and Lisa Burnworth 1135 Locust Grove Road, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 Email: harventAdventures@gmail.com HOME INSTEAD SENIOR CARE/OAK STONE LLC Erica Blosser 110 King Street, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130 Phone: 740-654-4250 Eamil: email@example.com Our home care services are available around the clock, everyday of the year and they include everything from companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, medication reminders, shopping and errands to continual care and Alzheimer’s care. With our extensive experience in elder care, we can hope you find the right solution to assist your loved one in maintaining thebest possible quality of life.
LANCASTER - FAIRFIELD COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Travis Markwood, President Website: www.lancoc.org
LINES AUTO SERVICE Rich Lines 268 North Broad Street, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 Phone: 740-569-4600/Cell: 740-215-9536 Email: linesAuto@frontier.net Website: LinesAutoService.com Whether you are here for routine maintenance or a less common auto repair need, you will find that our service is far from ordinary. You will be impressed by our ASE Certified Technicians, who utilize the latest diagnostic equipment and highest quality parts and fluids to service your vehicle. The FREE WiFi in our waiting area, FREE shuttle service within the Village of Bremen and FREE loaner cars are here to take the hassle out of getting your vehicle serviced. We focus on the overall health and upkeep of your vehicle, so that you can enjoy your investment for as long as possible. You’ll rest assured knowing we back all auto repair work with a 3 year/36,000 mile warranty!
LIVING WORD MINISTRIES 3860 State Route 37W, P. O. Box 450, Junction City, Ohio, 43748 Phone: 740-987-2378 Website: www.thelwm.org Worship Services:Sundays - 10:00 a.m. and Wednesdays - 7:00 p.m.State Certified Daycare provides childcare ages infant through school age. Monday - Friday6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Transports children to and from Bremen and Junction City elementary schools.
MCAULEY MANUFACTURING 211 North Broad Street, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 Phone: 740-569-4117 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Manufacturers of steel conveyor chain used in the poultry business
MORGAN FUNERAL HOME Mark and Sherri Morgan 124 Fort Street, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 Phone: 740-569-4155 Email: email@example.com Provides traditional, non-traditional and cremation services with an emphasis on personalization to one’s beliefs, heritage and customs. Advanced funeral planning and assistance with Medicaid eligibility are provided. “A life lived, is a life worth remembering.”
N8 FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC Andrea Triplett 340 West Fair Avenue, Lancaster, Ohio 43130 Phone:740-689-0199 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com Our mission is to inspire our community to live up their optimum health and fullest potential.Providing Chiropractic adjustments to correct nerve interference that allows the body to heal naturally, without drugs or surgery. We empower and educate on wellness and encourage all ages to participate in the chiropractic lifestyle. Utilizing chiropractic care, exercise, nutrition and a positive mental attitude, our patients are able to achieve a more productive and inspired life.
NATURAL WELLNESS CENTRE 108 West Main Street, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 Phone: 740-687-0279 Website: www.nwcdrg.com At the NWC, our mission is to help individuals become a better version of themselves. We accomplish this by listening to our patients health concerns and finding the cause, instead of just treating the symptoms. Our approach to patient care is to treat every person on an individualized level: tailoring treatment plans to meet the specific needs of each patient.We are concerned with health and well-being of the whole person and emphasize the importance of reducing mechanical, chemical and emotional stress.
OSCAR MCVEIGH AMERICAN LEGION POST 20 North Broad Street, Post Office Box 20, Bremen, Ohio, 43107Facebook:Oscar McVeigh Post 20Four Pillars of the American Legion - Promote:Veterans Affairs and Rehabilitation National Security Americanism Children and Youth Meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. the first Thursday of each month Building Rentals: $125.00 per event. Contact Will DuVall at 740-503-9036 to reserve building.Public Service Announcements of south side of LED sign in front yard.
RUSHCREEK FEED AND SUPPLY COMPANY 103 South Broad Street, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 Phone: 740-569-4105 Fax: 740-569-9210 Email: Rushcreekfeed@frontier.com Your complete farm store. Dealer in grain, feed, fence, farm supplies, wood pellet fuel,water softener sale, Carhartt clothing, lawn and garden supplies along with much shoes and boots. Pet supplies includes dog, cat and bird seed.
Come check out our new gun store. We buy and sell guns, have ammunition and accessories. Visit our website. Check out our weekly specials on Facebook. Our inventory updates weekly. We offer CCW classes. Ask about the details.
SHAHAN DISTRIBUTION LLC 2259 West Point Road, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130 Phone: 740-503-9759 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org We are a family owned and operated business that delivers/distributes Pepperidge Farm Snacks (Goldfish and cookies) to local stores in Lancaster, Logan and Canal Winchester.
TOWNE CRIER COMMUNITY NEWS/FREEDOM ENTERPRISES Esther Heaton and Dan Jones 1594 Stonewall Drive, Newark, Ohio, 43055 Phone: 740-344-7555 Email: email@example.comOffice Hours: Tuesday - Friday - 2:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.Sharing the good news of Fairfield and western parts of Perry County. The Towne Crier is a community based, local owned newspaper currently producing three editions that reaches residents via “the bag”, bi-monthly. The Towne Crier is committed to providing an affordable means to advertise.
TRACY LECRONE, CPA 411 North Broad Street, Bremen, Ohio, 43107 Phone: 740-569-3010/Cell: 740-503-2224 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tax, accounting, bookkeeping, payroll, small business consulting and financial statement preparation
VISIT FAIRFIELD COUNTY 205 W. Main St., Lancaster, Ohio 43130 Phone: 740-654-5929 We promote tourism in Fairfield County by marketing the county's many attributes - covered bridges, great breweries & wineries, unique shopping, parks & nature preserves, historic sites, art galleries & creative spaces, museums, festivals & special events, and so much more. We can also help you plan and market your events and welcome your guests. Call or stop by our Visitor Center to find out how we can work together. Check out VisitFairfieldCounty.org to learn more.
At Worthington, we work hard for consultation to installation to be the leading experts in oil and gas production equipment and process solutions. We make storage tanks, separation equipment and impact extruded components for well pad equipment used across the U.S. With the additions of Westerman, Steffes Corporation’s tank division and Midstream Equipment Fabrication (MEF), we have strategically located our facilities in or near all major shale plays for easy accessibility to our customers.
Founded in 1909, Westerman is the longest-standing surface-level tank and gas processing unit (GPU) manufacturer east of the Mississippi River and Midstream Equipment Fabrication has developed a proprietary separation unit that yields greater throughput, requiring less equipment on each well pad and produces higher purity crude over traditional oilfield separators.
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