Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting at Rocky Fork


Bayview Bait & Tackle on North Shore Drive was one of the beneficiaries of John Ingersoll’s’ generosity as the owner of Buckeye Boat Repair & Mobile Service, who sponsored their membership into the Highland County Chamber of Commerce. Shown at Thursday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony was the family of Todd Warren Sr., manager of the fisherman’s supply shop adjacent to the marina. Pictured are (back row, l-r) Hayden, Amy (holding baby Charlie), Skylar and Todd Sr.; (front row, l-r) Susie, Lucy, Abigail, Todd Jr., Charlotte and Amelia. Warren joked that he has enough children to start his own baseball team.

Bayview Bait & Tackle on North Shore Drive was one of the beneficiaries of John Ingersoll’s’ generosity as the owner of Buckeye Boat Repair & Mobile Service, who sponsored their membership into the Highland County Chamber of Commerce. Shown at Thursday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony was the family of Todd Warren Sr., manager of the fisherman’s supply shop adjacent to the marina. Pictured are (back row, l-r) Hayden, Amy (holding baby Charlie), Skylar and Todd Sr.; (front row, l-r) Susie, Lucy, Abigail, Todd Jr., Charlotte and Amelia. Warren joked that he has enough children to start his own baseball team.


Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette

Bayview Bait & Tackle on North Shore Drive was one of the beneficiaries of John Ingersoll’s’ generosity as the owner of Buckeye Boat Repair & Mobile Service, who sponsored their membership into the Highland County Chamber of Commerce. Shown at Thursday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony was the family of Todd Warren Sr., manager of the fisherman’s supply shop adjacent to the marina. Pictured are (back row, l-r) Hayden, Amy (holding baby Charlie), Skylar and Todd Sr.; (front row, l-r) Susie, Lucy, Abigail, Todd Jr., Charlotte and Amelia. Warren joked that he has enough children to start his own baseball team.

Bayview Bait & Tackle on North Shore Drive was one of the beneficiaries of John Ingersoll’s’ generosity as the owner of Buckeye Boat Repair & Mobile Service, who sponsored their membership into the Highland County Chamber of Commerce. Shown at Thursday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony was the family of Todd Warren Sr., manager of the fisherman’s supply shop adjacent to the marina. Pictured are (back row, l-r) Hayden, Amy (holding baby Charlie), Skylar and Todd Sr.; (front row, l-r) Susie, Lucy, Abigail, Todd Jr., Charlotte and Amelia. Warren joked that he has enough children to start his own baseball team.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/08/web1_IMG_0718-1.jpgBayview Bait & Tackle on North Shore Drive was one of the beneficiaries of John Ingersoll’s’ generosity as the owner of Buckeye Boat Repair & Mobile Service, who sponsored their membership into the Highland County Chamber of Commerce. Shown at Thursday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony was the family of Todd Warren Sr., manager of the fisherman’s supply shop adjacent to the marina. Pictured are (back row, l-r) Hayden, Amy (holding baby Charlie), Skylar and Todd Sr.; (front row, l-r) Susie, Lucy, Abigail, Todd Jr., Charlotte and Amelia. Warren joked that he has enough children to start his own baseball team. Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette