Joshua Morrison/News On Saturday night, the Fredericktown Tomato Show plate auction took place at the main stage. Ten plates with the Freddie Big Bass Drum were auctioned off. The plates were designed by village artist Tami Mowery and placed in a box built by Roman Yoder. From left, Charla Bowman, Beheler Excavating; Joan Levering; Jordan and Heather Miller, not pictured Elaine Hillier; Crystal Snell on the behalf of an anonymous buyer; Ed and SueAnn Overholt and Family; Mick and Terra Dilley of the Dilley Family; Glenn Smith of Glenn’s Sales and Service; John and Beth Singrey; Dale and Kerri McVay; and Bill Levering. $8,725 was raised in the auction for the Tomato Show.

Joshua Morrison/Mount Vernon News

On Saturday night, the Fredericktown Tomato Show plate auction took place at the main stage. Ten plates with the Freddie Big Bass Drum were auctioned off. The plates were designed by village artist Tami Mowery and placed in a box built by Roman Yoder. From left, Charla Bowman, Beheler Excavating; Joan Levering; Jordan and Heather Miller, not pictured Elaine Hillier; Crystal Snell on the behalf of an anonymous buyer; Ed and SueAnn Overholt and Family; Mick and Terra Dilley of the Dilley Family; Glenn Smith of Glenn’s Sales and Service; John and Beth Singrey; Dale and Kerri McVay; and Bill Levering. $8,725 was raised in the auction for the Tomato Show. Request this photo

 

 

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