Fredericktown Ohio in Knox County


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Fredericktown, Ohio Community Calendar

Sponsored by: Fredericktown Community Development Foundation

 We welcome garage sales, auctions, family reunions, any event of interest to the Fredericktown Community FREE OF CHARGE! To add an event to the community calendar - email your event to:

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PO Box 147 Fredericktown, OH 43019

 Village of Fredericktown Water Quality Report For 2015

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   Special Events


If you know of someone who would benefit from the S.O.S. support group, please let us know.
Meets: SECOND THURSDAY every month
7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at

NAMI office
15 E. Vine Street Front
Mount Vernon, OH
Call Kathy or Dodie for more information-740-397-3088

 A NAMI Family Support Group meets the Fourth Thursday of each month – 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Faith Lutheran Church, 170 Mansfield Ave. Mount Vernon.

Contact: Dodie 740-397-3088
Open (free) to and beneficial for family members (or others) of a loved one who may be dealing with depression/bipolar or other mental, emotional disorders.

 NAMI Peer Support Group meets 1st & 3rd Thursdays, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at Gay Street United Methodist Church.

For individuals sharing, caring, understanding and acceptance. Open and free. Contact: Dodie 74-397-3088

  The Community Foundation of Fredericktown continues to sell engraved Legacy Bricks as a fund-raiser for their scholarships and other community projects. The paving bricks come in two sizes: 4”x4”, three lines, maximum 20 letter/spaces per line @ $65.00; and 8”‘x8”, six lines, maximum 20 letters/spaces per line @ $85.00. Company logos are also available on an 8”x8” brick. An application form, including instructions, is available on the Fredericktown Community Foundation webpage. The bricks are layed around the Gazebo the week before the Tomato Show each year. This purchase is tax deductible. Call Andy Fox at 740 694-1586 for more information.

Community Survey:

How can the village improve? Let us know your opinions! 

  Own a piece of local history!

Bricks from the 1894 section of the Intermediate School are now available for purchase.

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Freddies Helping Freddies

FHS Alumni Association Scholarship Endowment Fund

 Fredericktown Saddle Club

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Contact Mary Clawson, 740-694-4563 


Fredericktown Senior Activity Center


Upcoming Events

First Practice:
All teams – Tuesday, August 2nd – Community Park – 5:30 PM
• Physical and Emergency Release forms need to be completed and turned in
before player is allowed to participate.
• What to wear – Red mesh practice jersey (T-shirt underneath), helmets, mouth
piece, shorts & cleats - Bring water.
• We will re-fit uniforms this week – please be patient.



AUGUST 1: Planning Commission- 5:30 pm./Village Council-7:00 pm

AUGUST 2: National Night Out!


AUGUST 4: FCDF MEETING @ 7:30 a.m. at the Fredericktown School Board Room / Village of Fredericktown Finance Committee will be meeting on Thursday, August 4, 2016 at 5:30 P.M in the Mayor's office.






AUGUST 10: Fredericktown Senior Citizens-12 noon

AUGUST 11: Pokemon Go fans will have a chance to get in from the heat and enjoy some refreshments and festivities at PLMVKC Go! on Thursday, August 11, 3:00-8:00 p.m. at the Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County, 201 N. Mulberry Street, downstairs in the multipurpose room. Free refreshments, lure modules, prizes, card trading, games and tech safety tips will all be available at the program open to all ages. Learn and play, cool off, use one of the charging stations and have fun playing games and watching the original show. For more information call the main library at 740-392-BOOK or visit





AUGUST 16: A spirited look at the history of alcohol from the dawn of civilization to the twenty first century, “Drink: A Cultural History of Alcohol,” by Ian Gately will be featured at the Adult Book Discussion on Tuesday, August 16, 7:00 p.m. at the Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County, 201 N. Mulberry Street. Matt Price will be the guest speaker for the program. For better or worse, alcohol has helped shape our civilization. Throughout history, it has been consumed not just to quench our thirsts or nourish our bodies but also for cultural reasons. It has been associated since antiquity with celebration, creativity, friendship, and danger, for every drinking culture has acknowledged it possesses a dark side. Gately traces the course of humanity's 10,000 year old love affair with the substance which has been dubbed the cause of - and solution to - all of life's problems. Along the way he scrutinizes the drinking habits of presidents, prophets, and barbarian hordes, and features drinkers as diverse as Homer, Hemmingway, Shakespeare, Al Capone, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson. Covering matters as varied as bacchanals in Imperial Rome, the gin craze in 17th century London, the rise and fall of the temperance movement, and drunk driving, Drink details the benefits and burdens alcohol has conveyed to the societies in which it is consumed. Gately's lively and provocative style brings to life the controversies, past and present, that have raged over alcohol, and uses the authentic voices of drinkers and their detractors to explode myths and reveal truths about this most equivocal of fluids. Gately further documents the contribution of alcohol to the birth and growth of the United States, taking in the war of Independence, the Pennsylvania Whiskey revolt, the slave trade, and the failed experiment of National Prohibition. Finally, it provides a history of the world's best loved drinks. Enthusiasts of craft brews and fine wines will discover the origins of their favorite tipples, and what they have in common with Greek philosophers and medieval princes every time they raise a glass. A rollicking tour through humanity's love affair with alcohol, Drink is an intoxicating history of civilization. The program is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call the main library at 740-392-BOOK (2665), visit or email






AUGUST 22: Village Council-7:00 pm

AUGUST 23: The Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County will host Business After Hours: "A Celebration of 100 Years of the Knox County Chamber of Commerce" on Tuesday, August 23, starting at 5:00 p.m., at 201 N. Mulberry Street. Plans are to celebrate the history of the influence of the chamber of commerce on the film industry throughout history, and will feature a continuous free showing of the newly released short film, "Uncommon Brilliance: Then and Now" highlighting 200 years of business and economic history of Knox County. The program, provided with support by the Friends of the Library, will be held outside under shade tents at the new Sugar Street parking lot at the main library. Decorations, root beer floats, brown and purple cow ice cream floats, popcorn and decorative refreshments will add to the nostalgic and patriotic tone of the event. The program will also toast chamber contributors to the newly created outdoor space at the main library and its use for future library and community events. The program is free and open to Chamber members and to the public. For more information, call Linette Porter-Metler, PLMVKC Community Relations, 740-392-BOOK (2665) Ext. 243, visit or email








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