Twenty-three entries -- some of the very nicest antique vehicles in the area -- lined Millersburg Street in Holmesville as part of homecoming activities celebrating 175 years of the village. The winners and classes judged were: Judges Choice was a 1940 Chevrolet pickup owned by Jim and Margie Barnhart of Millersburg; Best of Show was a 1926 Ford Model T owned by Jim Croskey of Millersburg; Furthest Distance Travelled was a 1989 Camaro owned by Dale Grabill of Wooster. Local Entry winner was a 1963 Pontiac owned by Bob Rowe of Holmesville and Denny's Choice was a 1956 Ford Crown Victoria owned by Gary Barnhart of Millersburg. Judges' Choice Car was a 1967 Camaro owned by Rick Duncan of Holmesville.
The food stand was a project of the American Legion Post 551 of Holmesville.
The Music In the Park was provided by the Village of Holmesville as part of the 175-year celebration. The music was presented by local DJ Ty Humrichouser.
On Saturday evening at the homecoming State Representative Dave Hall presented a proclamation to the village commemorating its 175 years.
Accepting the proclamation was Mayor Rocky Snyder and Dennis Fitzpatric.