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Rockford Chamber extends welcome to new Village Administrator

Happy 2020! On behalf of the Rockford Chamber of Commerce, we extend a warm official welcome to Aaron Temple as the new Rockford Village Administrator. The Chamber looks forward to partnering with Aaron in future projects and endeavors. We wish you, and the village much success. Aaron Temple and Rockford Chamber President – Marie Miller…
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Tom Mosier – Winner of Stained Glass Log Cabin artwork

Tom Mosier of Rural Rockford is the winner of the Bicentennial Stained Glass Log Cabin artwork.  The raffle will benefit Bicentennial events and the Carey, Bill, and Benny Scholarship fund.   Thank you to Bob Blackwell for creatingthis one of a kind piece of art.   Please check back to our new / updated web site rockfordohio.org forBicentennial…
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Rockford’s Bicentennial Celebration hailed as success

The Rockford 200th birthday party celebration was a fire-cracker of a success on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2019 at the community building in Rockford. The kick-off event to the 2020 year-long birthday celebration, was attended by 335 attendees, according to Dr. Jerry and Mrs. Connie Sell, who helped organize the event. Entertainment for the…
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Bicentennial Fundraising Information

You are invited to be a special part of our 200th birthday celebration of our Rockford Community.  Rockford, originally founded as Shanesville in 1820, is the oldest village in Mercer County. Rockford was the first town in the county to have a power plant, street lights and an airport.  It is located in the rich agricultural area of…
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