United Way’s corn hole tourney raises funds


From left: Dale Niese, owner of Dale’s Concrete, Jeanne Beutler, executive director of the Putnam County United Way, and Jonathan Fortman, owner of Fortman Insurance.

From left: Dale Niese, owner of Dale’s Concrete, Jeanne Beutler, executive director of the Putnam County United Way, and Jonathan Fortman, owner of Fortman Insurance.


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OTTAWA — The 10th annual United Way corn hole tournament was held, and $1,475 was raised.

The corn hole tournament was sponsored by Fortman Insurance and Dale’s Concrete and Decorative Stamping. It was held at Dale’s Concrete in Ottawa. The $1,475 was the “first dollars” received by the United Way for its 2017 campaign.

First place went to Gabe and Xavior Navarro; second place to Northwest Ohio Water Doctor; and third place to Scott Wagner Plumbing and Heating.

From left: Dale Niese, owner of Dale’s Concrete, Jeanne Beutler, executive director of the Putnam County United Way, and Jonathan Fortman, owner of Fortman Insurance.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2017/07/web1_Clipboard01-12.jpgFrom left: Dale Niese, owner of Dale’s Concrete, Jeanne Beutler, executive director of the Putnam County United Way, and Jonathan Fortman, owner of Fortman Insurance. Submitted Photo

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