Northwestern Press

Thursday, May 28, 2020
Tea for Two birds can eat from the teacup bird feeder held by Kristy Reis and made by Ashley Potthoff. Tea for Two birds can eat from the teacup bird feeder held by Kristy Reis and made by Ashley Potthoff.
Leena Potthoff stands with her sister Chloe who bought a terrarium. The terrariums are made by Kate Kressley of New Tripoli. Leena Potthoff stands with her sister Chloe who bought a terrarium. The terrariums are made by Kate Kressley of New Tripoli.
Lynnport Fire Company President Robin Lichtenwalner, Phil Hobel and Tim Vanblargan were part of the kitchen crew. The president said everyone came out to help and “That’s what makes it go.” Lynnport Fire Company President Robin Lichtenwalner, Phil Hobel and Tim Vanblargan were part of the kitchen crew. The president said everyone came out to help and “That’s what makes it go.”

Crafters’ works on display at Lynnport Fire Co. show

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 by Elsa Kerschner ekerschner@tnonline.com in Local News

Ashley Potthoff, vice president of the Lynnport Fire Company, said the March 12 spring craft show was the first in a number of years.

The show had been in planning for a couple of months.

Crafters quickly filled the firehall with only two tables free for people to sit down and eat fire company lunch.

Potthoff said there was a nice variety of items and everything had to be homecrafted.

Word-of-mouth and an ad in the Northwestern Press helped draw vendors and visitors to the event.

All the Chinese auction prizes were donated by the vendors.

“We appreciate the support,” Potthoff said.

The fire company’s next fundraiser is a filling and bacon dressing sale with orders to be taken by April 7.