The Chardon Kiwanis would like to announce that we are still selling maple syrup, maple cotton candy, maple barbeque sauce, maple candy, maple spread, maple sugar, and various other sweets in the Heritage House on the Chardon Square.
All profits from the Maple sales help support the scholarships awarded each year to graduating Chardon High School seniors. In addition, profits help support the various other projects to improve the Chardon community.
The Heritage House will continue to be open for Maple sales from 11 AM to 4 PM each Saturday and Sunday, excluding Easter, until the Maple Festival.
In addition, the Heritage House & concession stand will be open for Maple sale from 11 AM to 10 PM during the Maple Festival, which is April 27-30.
Everyone who stops by can expect to find all the sweet Maple products that they have become accustomed to enjoy each spring in Geauga County.
“So far, Maple syrup sales have been going strong,” said chairperson of Maple sales, Paul Grea. “There is still plenty of time to purchase some sweet treats while and help send some Chardon kids to post-secondary education.”
Everyone is encouraged to come up to enjoy some good old sweetness in the coming weekends or during the Maple Festival, is April 27-30.
If you would like to learn more about the Chardon Kiwanis, please visit the group’s website at KiwanisClubofChardon.org or call 440-537-7316.