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: May 17, 2010
Holmes County Economic Development Council Awards
The Holmes County Economic Development Council (Council) paid tribute to the extraordinary efforts of two local companies at the organization’s inaugural annual event held on May 11th.
Pride of the Hills Manufacturing was presented with the Strategic Growth Award, for significant progress made by a
In accepting the award
The day’s second award was provided to Holmes Cheese Co. The Community Commitment Award recognizes the long term support and investment in the Holmes County Community. Chief Financial Officer, Hans Ramseyer was in attendance to accept the award. A part of the local business community for nearly 70 years, in 2009 Holmes Cheese Co. began a series of facility upgrades at the company Millersburg plant including the construction of a new façade and wastewater treatment plant. Concerned about keeping
In thanking the Council for their support, Ramseyer said, he and his family are proud of the progress made in the past year and are furthermore honored by the recognition.
The Council serves as an area advocate for the local business community providing a wide array of resources and services designed to strengthen individual enterprises and the overall business climate.
For more information visit holmescountydevelopment.org or call 330.763.2954.