At the Flower and Produce Auction in Mt. Hope, local Amish farmers cart in various plants by the lot.
Amish Country in the fall draws visitors from all around the country.
Two young Amish boys make their way back home.
Several shops line the quiet streets in Winesburg.
In the spring and summer, flowers are as common as buggies in Holmes County. Every year, the Lamplight Inn in Berlin has hundreds of tulips.
Farmers using work horses in the field are a common sight, especially in the spring and fall.
From roadside flower shops and organic options to colorful nurseries, Holmes County is a haven for gardeners.
Release Date: Apr. 18, 2011
Learn How to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft
Millersburg, OH -- If you're concerned about becoming the victim of identity theft, join the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce for our May 3 membership luncheon. Long-time banker Bill Tinlin will be the guest speaker. Bill currently serves as Vice President of Security & Loss Prevention at The Commercial & Savings Bank (CSB), and will provide us with great advice on how to protect ourselves from the growing problem of identity theft and fraud.
Bill joined CSB in 1988 and is a graduate of West Holmes High School. He is a lifelong resident of the local area.
Bill brings a wealth of knowledge in the area of identity theft to Chamber members. We hope you will be able to join us to learn how to protect yourself and your family.
The luncheon will be held from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. May 3 at the Chalet in the Valley Restaurant in Charm. The cost for lunch will be $10. Please visit www.holmescountychamber.com or call 330-674-3975 to RSVP.
The Holmes County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau is a private, not-for-profit business association. The Chamber exists to help its members succeed through advocacy, leadership, economic development, innovation, communication, and maintaining our community's identity.