To the Editor:


The 28th Oak Hill Festival of Flags is in the history books, and it was a great success, despite the cold and rain. Attendance was good, and we appreciate all our friends in Oak Hill and the Jackson County area who came to take advantage of the free entertainment, great rides, and good traditional Festival food! Our Grand Parade was the biggest one in Festival history, with nearly 100 units.  The sun came out in time for our Monday Car Show, with 88 beautiful cars entered. 

Businesses and individuals in our area really stepped up again this year, making it possible for us to provide free one day ride passes for every child in the Oak Hill Elementary School.

Without our generous donors, the Festival could not happen, and we’re grateful to have this opportunity to acknowledge them. Please be sure to let them know that our community appreciates their ongoing support:

T C Energy, Barry Smith, Ron Evans Enterprises, Cross & Sons Farm Equipment, Southern Ohio Monument, Greg Beckner, Jason Stephens, Jane Shipman, H & H Industries, JVC Metals, Sheward-Fulks Insurance, Franklin Valley Carpets, Boggs Pest Control, The Tobacco Station, Cardigan Investment Corp, VFW Post 8402 of Jackson, Ohio Valley Supermarkets, Rescoe Products Inc, Ed & Kay Whitt, Ohio Valley Bank, Bellisio Foods, Slark’s Collision Center, Virgil Hamilton/Nationwide Insurance, Jackson Travel & Tourism, the Darnell Family, Steve Parker Excavating, Strickland’s Sales & Service, Giovanni’s of Oak Hill, Clyde Clark, Nea Henry, Jackson County Banking Center, Dan Brisker/Jade Management, John and Linda Morgan, Spurlock’s Ag Lime Fertilizer LLC, WesBanco, Atomic Credit Union, Greg Potter, Valley View Health, Anytime Fitness, Munnco/McDonalds, Denver Wolford/Main Express of Oak Hill, Madison Jefferson Firefighters, Gary’s Body Shop/ B&G Auto Sales, Corey Ruby, Allen Wollum, Subway of Oak Hill, and Dakota’s.


Our most sincere thanks to all!

Oak Hill Festival of Flags Committee