At the Track

We'll note happenings at the national and local levels of racing.

Friday, August 8, 2014

What's happening? Car shows and Hall of Famers plus a little racing

This week, and actually ANY week, it's good to give a shout-out to Steve Francis of Ashland, Ky.

On Saturday, this legend (Kenny Wallace's phrase about him) is being inducted into the Dirt Track Racing Hall of Fame in Florence, Ky.  

Steve's been driving the #15 Georgia Boot late model for Clint Bowyer Dirt Racing and the Tri-State should be mighty proud of this man!

So, a tip of the ball cap and a wave of the flag to Steve!

No racing this Saturday, August 9 at Portsmouth Raceway Park due to the Scioto County Fair. Racing returns on Aug. 16 with the 20th Fred Dillow Memorial, paying late models $5,000 to win; modifeds $1,000 to win; limited late models $830 to win; and bombers $600 to win! Plus bonus cash/awards in all divisions! for more information.

Aug. 9 – Ona Speedway, Ona, W.Va. – Midway Ford Night Admission $10 for adults, $7 youth ages 11-17, ages 10 and younger free.The David Bell Memorial Car Show will precede the evening’s racing. Come out from noon to 5 p.m. to check out the car show. There will be another bicycle giveaway and a drawing for two Barbie Dolls new in box. 

Aug. 9 – Alum Creek Lions Club, Alum Creek, W.Va. The annual Car Show and Pig Roast will be held at the Alum Creek Community Building. Car Show begins at 8 a.m. and registration is $10. Trophies will be awarded to the top 50 and Specialty Trophies, Dash Plaques and gift to each car entered. Concessions open at 8 a.m., and pig meals are available at 10 a.m. The Community Pig Dinner is 5 p.m. and cost is $5. 

The Alum Creek Lions Club Facebook page has had some pretty good Memes to promote the show. Here one of my favorites. But, actually, it can also apply to the Ole Car Club of Gallipolis show, too. The Lions Club there sponsors an awesome pancake breakfast!

Aug. 9 – Ole Car Club of Gallipolis, Ohio. The 36th Annual Car Show to benefit local charities. Registration 9 a.m. to noon in the city park; fee $10; dash plaques to the first 175 vehicles registered. Lions Club pancake breakfast 7:30 to 11 a.m.; Fire Department food concessions 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fan favorite trophies in pre- and post- 1985, scooter/motorbike, Harley-Davidson, Ford, GM, Mopar stock or modified and Antique Factory Original. Information 740-446-7443, 740-446-0643 or 740-446-4064.

Friday, August 1, 2014

AMRA geared up for the weekend

Thanks, Scott Wolfe, for the lowdown on this week's action around the region!

RACINE, OHIO –The AMRA has an action-packed weekend ahead starting Friday, August 1 and ending Sunday, August 3 with the running of the Jim Dunn Memorial.  Many big-buck races are slated for the weekend.

Friday night shows include racing at Hilltop Speedway, Jackson County Speedway, I-77, and Beckley Motor Speedway, while Saturday highlight's $1,500 to win shows at Atomic Speedway for the modifieds and also at Ohio Valley Speedway. 

Other Saturday shows include Princeton, while Sunday Midway hosts the Jim Dunn Memorial paying $5,000 to win in the Late models and $1,000 in the modifieds. 

Skyline is idle this week.

Hilltop and Ohio Valley, Friday and Saturday  $1,500 to win
 The Renegades of Dirt Modified Tour presented by Arizona Sport Shirts has added two shows to their 2014 season schedule. On August 1 the RoD will invade Hilltop Speedway for $1,500 to win and on Aug 2 the Ohio Valley Speedway for $1500 to win, in an exciting double header weekend against the AMRA’s best. Race fans are highly anticipating the ‘shootout’ between the traveling series regulars from at least six states and those who have made the local area their stomping grounds since dirt modifieds got their start in the region over twenty years ago.

The battle will begin on Friday August 1 as the RoD Modified Tour presented by Arizona Sport Shirts will invade Hilltop Speedway in Marietta, Ohio for the first night of the “Ohio River Shootout”. Saturday August 2 will be the second night of the “Ohio River Shootout” at Ohio Valley Speedway in Lubeck, W.Va. No AMRA Points at Saturday's race.

Atomic Modified Special Saturday $1,500 to win
The Atomic Speedway near Chillicothe, Ohio had already planned what was one of the best bargains in auto racing with a full slate of 410 Outlaw Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association sprint cars and the powerful AMRA Late Models on Saturday, August 2 for AP Green Night. 

Atomic is one of only a single handful of tracks nationwide that runs both classes on a regular basis. Now on top of this, Atomic will run the Octane Race Products AMRA/Advanced Services Modifieds for a whopping $1,500 to win and $175 to start, plus Street Stocks, Sport Mods, and an enduro all for just a $12 general admission. AP Green employees from Oak Hill will be admitted for just $5.

With limited tracks running for AMRA points this weekend, Atomic Speedway management decided that it would step up to the plate and make the trip worthwhile to the AMRA membership running for AMRA points.

Vallery Chevrolet and Acord's Pizza and Subs stepped to the plate to sponsor the Modified event for the weekend.

Sunday at Midway: $5,000 to Win Lates/ $1,000 to win Modifieds
 The 2014 29th annual D1RT Jim Dunn Memorial will be Sunday, August 3, at Midway Speedway. Gates will open at  noon with racing at 4 p.m. with  $5,000 going to the winner, $200 to start for the AMRA Late Models. The purse features a whopping $14,000-plus pay out, while the Octane AMRA Modifieds will race for $1000 to win and Steel Block Late Models $800 to win. Midway will also be running MOVE Mods for $500 to win, and a $350 to win enduro plus mini-wedge.There is no entry fee, only a single race AMRA Registration of $25 for AMRA non members. AMRA members will already have their license.
 Saturday, August 2, Princeton Speedway opens its gates at 4 p.m. for the 4th Annual UBB 29 Miners Memorial Race paying $2,900 to one lucky winner of the 29 lap Feature Event in honor of the 29 fallen miners from the upper Big Branch Mine on April, 5, 2010.

We will also be paying $229.00 to the fastest Qualifier and $290.00 to the fast 6 dash for the cash winner!! Also the 29th fastest qualifier will get $29  sponsored by OVDTR, and the Longest Tow in the Crate class will receive $75 sponsored by Anthony Hawks. Gates will open at 5 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7 p.m. Admission is $15 General Admission and $30 for Pits. Kids 11 and under are admitted free.

Also added to the Race will be $500 to the winner of the Street Stock Class Sponsored by KB Kida Daycare

Beckley Motor Speedway
 Friday, August 1, Beckley Motor Speedway will host a kids bike race in 3 separate age groups, 4-6 years, 7-9 years and 10-12 years old. Winner from each age group wins a new bicycle. This comes with racing in all classes.

I-77 Raceway Park show Friday
I-77 will host the J.D. Randolph Memorial Mod lite Special along with a complete show in all other classes.

1. Super Lates Regular show $1500 to win. Will receive Track & AMRA Points

2. Modifides Regular show $750 to win Will receive Track and AMRA Points

3. Mod Lite J.D. Randolph Memorial $400 to win Will receive Track Points

4. Hillbilly 50 Qualifier for Steel Block Late Models $600 to win Plus a Guaranteed starting spot in the Hillbilly 50 Aug.30th . Rules for this race: 1.Must be Steel Block Motor all else Open Rules, Can run any Tires, Heads, ect.. No Track Points for this race

5. If a Fastrack Crate Car runs in the Steel Block race and wants Fastrack points they will have to be Legal by Fastrack rules to receive Fastrack points. Fastrack cars will be checked to see if legal by Fastrack rules.

 Jackson County Speedway
 Jackson County Speedway will be racing Southern Ohio Lightning Minisprints, Modlites, Outlaw 4s, Street stocks, Modifieds, Sport mods, Enduros, and we will have our first exhibition go kart race this Friday, August 1.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Ona results and what's next

No rain was going to stop action at Ona Speedway last weekend! 

More than 400 drivers, family members, friends and fans flooded through the gates for Saturday night short track racing.

I took the night off and headed to the Huntington Symphony Orchestra’s tribute to my favorite band of all times, The Beatles.

And even though they’ll be back at it this weekend at Ona, I will be absent again. Hey, it’s my Huntington East High School class of 1974 reunion! Can’t miss that!

PR guy and driver Scott Pierson Jr., provides this synopsis of last week’s action:

·        While the 48 cars is one of our best counts to date, what’s more important is the individual classes.  The cars were spread across our six classes nicely.  The bigger classes had great car counts this week.  The 8 Late Models and 8 Sport Mods both put on a show!

·        Track promoter, Scott Pierson Sr., almost got his first career win in the Contempo Trophy B-main.  In the end it was young gun, Jeremy Cooper, taking the checkers about 3 feet ahead of his older rival.

·        Scott Pierson Jr. stayed a few car lengths back at the start of the New Heights Church V6 race, as this was the only class that didn’t have a good turn out and he thought he could make it a better show.  Rookie driver Jared Cassidy almost made him regret that decision as he held Jr. off most of the race.

·        Immediately after his V6 win Scott Pierson Jr. had to jump in his Sport Mod where he started on the pole, but fell to 7th as the race went on.  Greg Chandler, owner of Chandlers Frame and Body Shop in St. Albans, fought his way to the front and held off John “PawPaw” Morton for the win.

·        Jeremy Cooper also won the Classic race after starting on the tail of the field.  That is 5 wins in a row for the 18 year old from Ona, WV.  To be clear, there is no lack of competition in this class as he has had to beat veterans “Magic” Mike Christy and Glen Foster among others.

·        Speaking of “Magic” Mike Christy, he won his 6th Hobby Stock race of the year.

·        Keith Watson, who consistently runs toward the front, won his first Contempo Trophy A-main since returning to the track this year.

·        The Late Models were visibly faster top to bottom.  In the end Bobby Fihe of Columbus OH was able to pass local favorite Jake Keaton of Barboursville for the lead.  Keaton finished 3rd.  At the end of the night, the results showed four Late Models ran under 19 second laps.  In case you didn’t know, that’s moving!

·        New Heights Church V6- #12 Scott Pierson Jr.
·        Contempo Trophy Ucar B-main- #00 Jeremy Cooper
·        Contempo Trophy Ucar A-main- #51 Keith Watson
·        Classics- #00 Jeremy Cooper
·        Hobby Stock- #8 “Magic” Mike Christy
·        Sport Mods- #88 Greg Chandler
·        Late Models- #64 “The Columbus Comet” Bobby Fihe

Points and lap times will be posted and available at

We will be right back at it this Saturday, July 26 for the East End Body Shop 150.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Wednesday night June 25 report from Atomic Speedway

Thanks again to Scott Wolfe, the ever-faithful report from Atomic Speedway, who has some help for this midweek action on June 25 from Brian Liskai

So, here's what happened.....
CHILLICOTHE, Ohio (Wednesday, June 25, 2014) – Jac Haudenschild lived up to his nickname “The Wild Child” at Atomic Speedway Wednesday night.

The Wooster, Ohio driver blasted around Dale Blaney with five laps to go and went on to score the win on night #3 of the 32nd Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek with the University of  Northwestern Ohio All Star Circuit of Champions. Dan Ebert, Lake Shore, Minnesota claimed the AMRA Modified $1,000 win, Harley Martin, Jackson, Ohio took the Sport Mod main, his 5th of the season; and Rob Smith claimed his second Street Stock win.

More than 100 cars packed the pit area, including 62 sprint cars, the largest gathering of sprint cars at any dirt track in the USA this year.

Haudenschild used the concrete wall in turns three and four as a cushion to rim-ride to his second All Star win of 2014. It is his 28th career series victory.

“That was really fun. The track was awesome. The fastest way was around the top. I was running up there pretty high. It was a little easier running second. Dale was definitely fast but I was able to see his line and we got there at the end,” said Haudenschild beside his Destiny Racing/Rick Rogers Construction/Mondak Portables/Triple X Racing/Renegade Rentals/Champion Oil backed machine.

 “We’ve been getting better every week and hopefully we can keep it up. The car is feeling good and the guys have worked their tails off,” added Haudenschild.

For Blaney, who came into the night leading the UNOH All Star national and Ohio Region points and the 2014 Ohio Sprint Speedweek points, it was another solid night with a second place finish despite leading the first 25 laps.

“It was my mistake. I moved to the middle there a little bit. It almost felt like it was starting to lock down there in the middle and I probably ran a little too conservative there to try and stay in it. He just got a run on me there and after that he was running pretty hard. My mistake for running a little too easy in one and two and being conservative. The guys gave me a great car and I just brought it home in second. Every night we’ve been really good and put ourselves in a good position and that’s what it takes,” said Blaney beside his Kennedy Cattle/GF1 Chassis/Ti22 Performance/Penske Shocks backed #14K.

Randy Hannagan would battle with Blaney for the runner-up position the final four laps before coming home in third.

 “Car came on really good the last 10 laps. I missed that corner that one time that I didn’t need to miss it,” said Hannagan beside his Do-Si-Do/Upper Auto/Kenny’s Components backed #11n. “Ed Neumeister gives me an awesome car and my guys, Kent Karhoff and Jonathan Karhoff work their butts off for me. They make me look good.”

After the 62-car field was whittled down to the final 24 A-main starters it would be Blaney and Sheldon Haudenschild who would bring the field to the green for the 30-lap feature. Blaney would grab the lead over Sheldon Haudenschild, Cole Duncan, Jac Haudenschild, Taylor Ferns, Danny Smith, Randy Hannagan, Brady Bacon and Caleb Griffith. Jac Haudenschild would grab third on lap two.

It didn’t take the leaders long to find heavy lapped traffic by lap five but the action would grind to a halt on lap six when Cale Thomas would blow a right rear tire and get into the front stretch wall, getting upside down. On the restart Blaney pulled away slightly as the son and feather battled for second. Jac would take the runner-up spot on lap eight, bringing Duncan into third with Sheldon, Hannagan, Smith and Shane Stewart in tow.

Blaney would find lapped traffic by the 12th circuit with Haudenschild staying within striking distance while Duncan battled with Hannagan with Sheldon Haudenschild, Smith and Griffith in pursuit. Jimmy Stinson would spin to bring out the caution on lap 14 and once again hand the leaders a clear track. Blaney and Jac Haudenschild would pull away from the field and run nose to tail with Duncan, Hannagan, Sheldon Haudenschild, Smith, Griffith, Stewart and Bacon in tow. Bacon would spin in turn one on lap 21 to once again give the leaders a clean track.

On the restart once again Blaney and Jac Haudenschild were glued together and pulled away while Duncan was battling with Hannagan for third. Jac would execute a perfect slider on Blaney in turns three and four to take the lead with five laps to go when the red flew for a pile-up involving Christopher Bell, Danny Holtgraver and Cory Crabtree. On the restart Jac Haudenschild would continue to blast away at the extreme top edge of the track with Blaney now locked in a battle for second with Hannagan while Sheldon Haudenschild was battling with Griffith for fourth.

Jac Haudenschild would drive to the win with Blaney edging Hannagan for second while Griffith and Sheldon Haudenschild rounded out the top five.
In the power-packed AMRA Modified Feature, Kenny Johnson, the 5-time AMRA champ lined up against WISOTA Champ Dan Ebert as the duo led the charging star-studded line-up to the green flag. Ebert and Johnson diced in spectacular fashion with the always-present back-in-the-pack action at Atomic Speedway. Johnson, of Mineral Wells, WV is your 2014 Gibby's DTRN Modified Mid-Season Champion with 12 feature wins in what has been a Dream season already in 2014 with 12 Victories right here in our region. Johnson's bid for win #6 was short-lived, however.

In the Modified A -main there was a very bad wreck involving Dave Pinkerton, Jason Montgomery and Mark Dickson who tried to make it Three wide where three-wide would not fit. Past feature winner Jimmy Lennex was involved in the aftermath and was taken away in an ambulance, but at press time was reported to be only shaken and suffering a sore neck.

Cody Parker worked his way toward the front, along with hard-charger Rick Hensley who was on a rail from 14th to third. Rounding out the top ten were Dan Ebert, Cody Parker, Rick Hensley, Travis Dickson, K-C Burdette, Nathan Loney , John Burdette, Jason Brookover, Mark Dickson, and Brian Whiteman.

He is only sixteen, but he is a veteran in many ways. Yes, Harley Martin persevered and won his fifth Sport Mod run of the year after a side-by-side battle with another youngster Brennan Bobst. The pair of high school young guns Martin and Bobst continued to run side-by-side lap after lap  while battling for the lead! Martin prevailed for the win ahead of Brennan Bobst, Steve Noble, Allen Gulley, Harrison Hill, Rick Neace, Steve Thornsberry, John Cuckler, Derek Davidson, Mike Brust, and John Remy.

The Street Stock main provided another torrid battle, but this time Rob Smith, scoring his second win in a row, had a little easier time of it. Last week, Smith made a last lap pass to claim the win, but although working hard in holding off the charges of a solid pack, especially Jamie Adams and Dean Boyd, Smith raced on to victory.

Rounding out the line-up were Rob Smith, Jamie Adams, Dean Boyd, Justin Poling, Evan Seitz, Adam Jones, Brian McQuay, Dave Landman, Tim Cutler, Casey Barr, and Tommy Mossbarger.
A reminder that there will be no SATURDAY racing June 28, but that action at Atomic Continues July 3 with the "Night the Stars Come Out!" That race pays $5,000 to win in both Sprints and Late Models plus a race for the AMRA Modifieds for $750 to win. The UMP DIRTcar Summer Nationals Hell Tour rolls into Atomic July 16 for a $5,000 to win event. Some of the top super late model drivers from around the Midwest will be on hand to battle it out on the high banked three-eighths mile dirt oval.

Atomic Speedway will be near the end of the 33 race 'Hell Tour' schedule that is set over a span of just 39 days.

The Summit UMP DIRTcar Modified Nationals will also be competing on this night with one of their 30 nights of scheduled competition. Some of the top modified drivers from the Midwest will join Atomic's stellar lineup of modifieds as they compete for the $1,000 top prize.

For more information call 740-703-9749 or 740-663-4141 or visit the Atomic Speedway website at  Atomic is located 12 miles South of Chillicothe, Ohio off SR 23, two miles out Blain Highway between Chillicothe, Ohio and Waverly, Ohio at Alma.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Ona race review for June 21

Kudos to Scott Pierson Jr. for sending in an awesome report on the action at Ona Speedway Saturday, June 21! Next best thing to being there are the reports I get from Scott at Ona, another Scott, Scott Wolfe at the Southeast Ohio tracks and from Donna Rayburn at Portsmouth Raceway Park!

Here is Scott Pierson Jr.’s take on the night. Keep in mind, he’s the promoter AND a driver! Not that he’d ever be biased, but he does a pretty straightforward report.

Excitement was in the air Saturday night at Ona Speedway for the Anderson Equipment 200!  When fans entered the gate they were greeted by a 30 foot tall, blow-up, Kobelco Transformer.  There were also several large pieces of equipment from Anderson’s Kobelco line.  If any fan left without a free Anderson t-shirt, hat, or poster, it was their own fault.  They were passing out all kinds of stuff!  New Heights Church, the sponsor of our V6 class, had a bouncing castle that kept the kids busy.  It was the best atmosphere of the year so far.

·        Scott Pierson Jr. surprised everyone when he pulled onto the track with a new setup.  His car had so much rear steer that it appeared to go down the straights sideways.  While the car looked crooked, it worked, and that’s all that matters in racing.

·        Randy Templeton almost didn’t race his Ucar, because he was frustrated with the way it ran in practice.  His buddies talked him into it and he WON!  The B main victory was the first of his 4 year career.

·        The Late Models drove their expensive cars like they were $1200 V6’s leaving metal all over the track!  Shane Koontz won a battle of survival.

·        Mike Christy finished the night with zero trophies, a rare occurrence indeed!

·        In the Classics Glen Foster, Mike Christy, and Jeremy Cooper started on the tail making for an interesting trek to the front.

·        We had arguably the best Sport Mod race of the season as Scott Pierson Sr. took the lead on lap 2 and held off John Morton until lap 25.  But in the end the wiley veteran was able to get around the “Boss” and take the victory.

Contempo Trophy Ucar B main-  #10 Randy Templeton
Contempo Trophy Ucar A main-  #16 Chris Deskins
New Heights Church V6-  #12 Scott Pierson Jr.
Classics-  #00 Jeremy Cooper
Hobby Stock-  #44 Gary Queen
Sport Mod-  #15 John Morton
Late Models-  #28 Shane Koontz

Points and lap times will be posted Wednesday  and can be seen at under the driver tab.  You can also follow them on Facebook at

Drivers will battle it out again on July 5th in the River City Ford and Subaru 150!

Thursday, June 12, 2014

What'cha gonna do this weekend?

There are a couple of things on the upcoming schedule for anything with wheels and the people who love them. 

If you miss this sweet little cruise in at South Point, Ohio, shame on you! This is the second time First Southern Baptist Church has had this event and they are hoping it grows and grows. 

No pressure. No cost to you. You can show off your car - of any age, make and model with no registration fee. They'll feed you at no charge. 

If you want to make a donation to this church and it's endeavor, please do. 

I personally had a great time last year when I stumbled upon it coming home from Ashland that Saturday about noon. I met nice people with awesome cars - lots of ponies in the parking lot. I have an affinity for Mustangs. 

Whether you have a ride to show off or just like to look, wheel on over to this event. 

After you finish there, take your pick, you're already on the way - Portsmouth and Chillicothe both boast some fine racing later in the day. 

June 14 – Cruise In at First Southern Baptist Church, South Point, Ohio. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. No registration fee, but donations are accepted. Free hot dogs as long as they last. Information call 740-377-4549, 740-867-4267 or 740-646-5007

June 14 – Kids’ Night at Portsmouth (Ohio) Raceway Park. General Admission regular programs $12 ages 16-years and older, $5 ages 12-15, $2 ages 7-11 and age 6 and younger free. General admission gates open 4 p.m.; racing begins at 7:30 p.m.

June 14 – Atomic Speedway, Chillicothe, Ohio - Veterans Appreciation Night. Bring your DD214 or current military ID to the front gate and you are admitted to general admission free. Gates open at 4 p.m.; warm up at 6 pm.; racing begins at 7:30 p.m. On the card will be AMRA Modifieds, Street Stocks, Sport Mods. For more information call 740-703-9749 or 740-663-4141 or visit the Atomic Speedway website at

Friday, June 6, 2014

For your planning pleasure - cruise ins and racing

There are some places that remain in your heart forever. 

Gallipolis, Ohio, is one of them. 

The Ole Car Club has been an awesome group of car enthusiasts with a heart for the community. So if you find yourself near Gallipolis this evening, make it to the Walmart and look at the cars!

Just like there are places you keep, there are events. 

The First Southern Baptist Church in South Point, Ohio had it's first cruise in last year and it was so much fun, so many terrific cars and so many great people! 

This won't happen for another week, so this is your early warning system. 

There's no entry fee for participants, but they will take donations if you offer them. They'll also feed you fee free - yep, they'll put hot dogs and fixins on your plate and not charge you a penny.  

There is also racing on tap this weekend at Ona Speedway and Portsmouth Raceway Park. 

Take your pick - asphalt or dirt!

And if you go to Ona Speedway, formerly WV International Speedway, you can purchase a nifty addition for your racing wardrobe. For $20 this shirt - not the model - can be yours.

Here's the action for the next two weekends.

June 6 - Ole Car Club of Gallipolis, Ohio Aaron’s Rental and Arby’s Cruise-in at the Gallipolis Walmart 5 to 8 p.m. Entry fee by donations. Net profits donated to local charities. Music, door prizes. Information 740-446-7443, 740-446-0643 or 740-446-4064.

June 7 – BB&T Carson Insurance night at Ona Speedway, Ona, W.Va. General Admission $10, children 11-17 years $7, children 10 and younger free. Grandstand gates open at 5 p.m.; racing begins at 7 p.m. Drivers will battle it out in 5 different classes - V6, Ucar, Classics, Hobby Stock, and Sport Mods.
June 7 - Complete racing program at Portsmouth (Ohio) Raceway Park. General Admission regular programs $12 ages 16-years and older, $5 ages 12-15, $2 ages 7-11 and age 6 and younger free. General admission gates open 4 p.m.; racing begins at 7:30 p.m.

June 14 – Kids’ Night at Portsmouth (Ohio) Raceway Park. General Admission regular programs $12 ages 16-years and older, $5 ages 12-15, $2 ages 7-11 and age 6 and younger free. General admission gates open 4 p.m.; racing begins at 7:30 p.m.
June 14 – Cruise In at First Southern Baptist Church, South Point, Ohio. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. No registration fee, but donations are accepted. Free hot dogs as long as they last. Information call 740-377-4549, 740-867-4267 or 740-646-5007