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2015 Holiday Shopping Guide

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    15%-50% OFF*

    December 1 - December 24CLOSED BLACK FRIDAY

    www.jewelrybarnusa.com2399 Russia-Versailles Rd.

    Russia, OhioHours: Mon., Tues., Fri. 9-6

    Thurs. 11-8/Sat. 9-1/Closed Wed.

    Jewelry BarnCustom Jewelry & Repair

    526-5557 LAY-A-WAY AVAILABLE

    *items made-up in store

    2259 St. Rt. 502 Greenville

    Prime Rib Canned Meat

    Gift Certificates

    THE BOOK STORE1000S of used hard bound & paperback books

    Yearbooks Star Wars Art Nature Gardening

    History Comic Star Trek Childrens

    Vintage Childrens BooksOld items...

    1910 Plat Book 1875 & 1888 Atlas


    Purchases $5 or more thru Dec. 5, 2015

    Tues.-Fri. 11-5:30Sat. 10-4

    Closed Sun.& Mon.

    937-548-7188307 Pine St. Rt. 49 Greenville

    Union Citys light display opens November 27

    UNION CITY, Ind. This years lighted Christmas parade will kick off the 10th annual A Community Christmas in Union City on Nov. 27.

    There is no fee to enter in the parade and all type of entries are welcome. Participants just must be lighted to enter. Line up for the parade will be from 5:15-5:45 p.m. in the lot beside the former First Financial Bank on W. Pearl St. The parade will proceed to N. Columbia St., to W. Oak St., and then to Harter Park. The parade will begin at 6 p.m. The light display will be turned on at the conclusion of the parade. For more information or to enter, call Aaron Orr, (937) 423-7545) or Shelly King, (765) 964-6080.

    The spectacular light display, which boasts over four million lights, with additional lights added each year, will be open Thursdays-Sundays from Nov. 27 to Dec. 13, and then open nightly from Dec. 17 thru New Years

    Eve. Hours are 6-9 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 6-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Vehicles may enter from either drive off of Jackson Pike on the east end of the park only.

    There is no admission fee; however donations will be accepted at the gate. Donations will benet local groups who have signed up to welcome visitors and also to continue the Christmas display in the future. Local groups and organizations interested in manning the gate should contact King.

    The Gift Shop will be in the shelter house near the horse arena and will be open Friday and Saturday evenings through Dec. 19, 6-9 p.m. Parking is available directly outside the Gift Shop.

    Kids can visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus in the Gift Shop every Friday and Saturday through Dec. 19, 6-8 p.m., with the exception

    UNION CITYS LIGHTScontinued on page 3

    Decor Savings Christmas Lights Christmas Trees Christmas Tree Stands Wreaths & Garland

    Decoration Holders & Storage Christmas Tree Decorations Porcelain Houses & Accessories

    Replacement Bulbs/Fuses Gift Wrap Extension Cords & Power Strips Timers

    Friday Only - November 27, 2015

    SAVE 50%or get $15 off one reg. price item over $30*with coupon* See Greenville Ace Hardware for details

    on any regular priced item under $30

    Greenville Hardware

    1241 Russ Rd 548-7284

    Monday-Saturday 8-8Sunday 10-5



    Guitar & Keyboard Packages on SalePurchase now and well store your items FREE until Christmas!

    Guitars Amps Keyboards Harmonicas Accessories & More!GIFT CERTIFICATES-LESSONS AVAILABLE

    334 S. Broadway, Greenville

    [email protected]

    Hours: M-T-W-F 10-6/Th 10-5/Sat. 9-5 Sun 12-4 Starting 11/30, 2015

    Great Selection of Sale Items Throughout Black Friday Weekend!

    November 27 - November 29

    Fri.-Sat. 9am-8pm; Sun. Noon-5pmFREE Gift with Purchase

    See Store for details.Holiday Hours Now through December 20th;

    Mon.-Thurs. 9-6; Fri.-Sat. 9-8; Sun. Noon-5

    RETAIL CENTER 423 S. Broadway, Greenville OH 45331 (888) 886-8318

    Stop in for valuable savings for the holiday season. See our article in this

    edition for specic sales & offers!


    Deb & Ambrosias Wildowers & Pocketful

    of Posies by Ambrosia3243 John Mills Rd

    9am-3pmSnack Shop

    395 N Main St 11am-9pm

    Weimer Electronics111 N Main St

    9am-4pmMain Street Styling Salon

    & Sharons Sewing112 S Main St


    Happy Feet2960 Wilt Rd 10am-3pm

    Heather B Leaves2456 Ritenour Rd

    10am-4pmWB Designs Jewelry &

    Hairbows1659 New Garden Rd

    9am-6pmCountry Lane Treasures

    4790 Grubbs Rex Rd 11am-5pm

    Kennedy Vineyard3911 St Rt 722


    Small Business Saturday in New Madison!

    November 28, 2015

    of Dec. 4, 8-9 p.m., as Santa and Mrs. Claus will be at the Community Room in downtown Union City for Christmas in the City from 5-8 p.m. Local businesses, organizations, and crafters interested in booth space should contact Anita Amspaugh (765) 964-6302 as soon as possible. Space is limited.

    Lots of volunteers are needed to help decorate. Work sessions will be held every Saturday morning

    from now until opening weekend from 9-12.

    Monetary donations and donations of new or gently used (1 year or less) Christmas lights and decorations of all kinds are always welcome and may be dropped off at The Corner Cupboard in downtown Union City or at the home of Larry and Anita Amspaugh, 1373 Landsdowne Drive, Union City, Ind. Donations of older lights will be sold for copper.

    UNION CITYS LIGHTScontinued from page 2


    Saturday - November 28thBOGO EventBuy 1-Get 1 Off See Store for Details

    530 S. Broadway -Greenville937-732-5016

    Holiday Hours:Monday-Saturday 10-6

    Sunday Noon-4

    Shop downtown and Win the Window

    GREENVILLE Shoppers can earn chances to win over $3,000 in merchandise and gift certicates through Win the Window, the second annual shop local campaign presented by Main Street Greenville and sponsored by Second National Bank.

    This promotion was created to encourage and remind people to shop local during the holiday season and to support our downtown businesses, said Amber Garrett, executive director for Main Street Greenville.

    Between November 15 and Dec. 15, shoppers can enter to win by spending money at any of the participating downtown Greenville businesses, a full list is available on their website at www.mainstreetgreenville.org.

    Participating businesses have provided merchandise and gift certicates to place under the Christmas tree in Main Street Greenvilles window, located in the Darke County Welcome Center at 421 S. Broadway.

    Last year, Main Street Greenville tracked over $500,000 spent in the downtown district during the contest and they hope for another successful year.

    Shoppers will get a ticket entry for every $5 they spend at a participating downtown business, up to single purchases of $1,000. For example, if you spend $100 at a business, you will receive 20 tickets to

    enter into the contest to win the window of prizes. There is no limit to how many times you can shop to enter. The more you spend downtown at participating businesses, the more chances you have to win the window full of prizes!

    Participating businesses will have tickets available at the time of purchase and a glass jar to collect all of the tickets for the drawing. The drawing for the winner will take place on Dec. 18, 3:30 p.m., in the Main Street Greenville ofce. You are not required to be present to win.

    Main Street Greenville is a non-prot organization that supports downtown Greenville through stimulating and supporting revitalization efforts, historic preservation and economic growth. Learn more about the organization and the contest on their website, www.mainstreetgreenville.org, or follow them on Facebook. You can contact them at [email protected] or 548-4998.





    HOLIDAY SALE548-2220

    544 Wagner Ave.Greenville

    Owners Bob & Beverly Birt

    Janome DC 2014 (Reg. $699) 50 stitches, speed control, needle up and down, travel cover, free foot &

    walking SALE PRICED


    Serger 204D (Reg. $599)

    thread serges & rolled hems



    Memory Craft 9900 3-In-1

    Sews EmbroidersQuilts



    Shopping? Find it in Darke County

    DARKE CO. The holiday season is once again upon us. Houses are adorned with twinkling lights, the kids are getting anxious for Christmas break, and were all trying to find those ideal gifts for our family and friends. In seeking out those perfect presents, take a moment this year to consider shopping at a business located right here in Darke County.

    We all know how incredible Darke County is. We live here, we raise our families here, and many of us own businesses or work at a business here. Darke County has a terrific parks system, world class libraries, and award-winning schools that set up our children and succeeding generations for future achievements. The lifeblood of those institutions is a vibrant and healthy local

    economy. When citizens keep their

    money local, we re-invest in ourselves, build up our tax base, and attract new businesses so that we can continue to enjoy the quality of life we have become accustomed to in Darke County. Instead of shopping at the malls in a big city this year, fin

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