Monday, July 9, 2012
68th annual Horse Show draws horses and raises funds for Bath Fire Department.
The 68th annual Bath Horse Show drew owners from nearby cities and brought horses of all sizes, breeds and colors into the ring. The horse show is the only fundraiser for the Bath Fire Department. Money raised from last weekend's show is the main source of funds to support staff training, mobile education for children on severe weather and fire safety through the Public Safety Trailer, provide free CPR training for Bath residents and upgrade equipment like the new tanker truck. "It's important to me to stress that we need the community to as much as they need us," said Mike Marias, show chairman and part time fire fighter and paramedic. "It's also important to see us in the community, to be in the public's eye, not just at their house in …
The Tucker family moved here from Lakewood and were excited to learn there was a Patch here, too!
The Tucker family moved to Fairlawn from Lakewood and decided to visit the Bath Horse Show last weekend. They were happy to learn we (Fairlawn-Bath Patch) were here, too, and they got Patched in. Check out their cool Patch shades! Thanks, Tucker family!
Saturday, July 7, 2012
Check out the Fairlawn-Bath Patch booth at the Horse Show for a chance to win a $25 gift card to Gasoline Alley!
The Bath Fire Department's Annual Horse Show starts today at 9 a.m. at the corner of North Revere and Everett roads. New to the show this year are informational booths for different community organizations, and Fairlawn-Bath Patch is one of them! Stop by the booth today to meet Editor Megan Rozsa and Regional Editor Susan Patton. You might even earn some Patch swag. Plus, if you sign up for our daily e-newsletter, you'll be entered into a drawing to win a $25 gift card to Gasoline Alley! Each year, Bath Fire Department Inc., a non-profit fund-raising agency, hosts the Bath Horse Show to raise money for the department. The money is used to buy fire equipment, such as the new tanker the department got earlier this year. The show is held at 9…
Thursday, June 28, 2012
The Bath Horse Show takes place July 7 and 8 near Revere High School.
If you think the Bath Fire Department has state-of-the-art equipment, it's likely thanks to you. Each year, Bath Fire Department Inc., a non-profit fund-raising agency, hosts the Bath Horse Show to raise money for the department. The money is used to buy fire equipment, such as the new tanker the department got earlier this year. The show is held at 9 a.m. on July 7 and 8 at the corner of Everett and Revere Roads, across from Revere High School. The entry fee is $5. "This year is the 68th annual show," said show Chairman Mike Marias. "It's our main fundraiser and in Bath we don't have any other fundraiser." Equestrians come to compete in different shows, such as dressage, jumping classes and more. Marias said there are usually 70 shows and…
Sunday, July 10, 2011
Horse show continues today. A full gallery of photos of the two-day event will be posted at 6 a.m. Monday.
The Bath Township Horse show has been an annual event for the last 62 years. It is the project Bath Fire Department Inc., a non-profit fund-raising agency and Bath Volunteers for Service. Here's a sneak peek of Roger Sommer's photos in Monday's Viewfinder. The horse show's last day is today (Sunday) beginning at 9 a.m. at the fire department training grounds at the corner of Everett and Revere Roads, across from Revere High School. Awards will be given in more than 70 classes.