By Connie Weight email@example.com Twitter @ntvconnieweight
Summer and festivals go hand in hand, but it takes a concerted effort to get things done.
It's "Sweet Home Ravenna" at the 2012 Annevar Days this year.
For many, the four day festival is synonymous with the town with events like the carnival and the car show, but everyone knows it takes a lot of hard work and dedication from the community to make it successful.
"For me it's a community working together, that's what Annevar means to me," said Ravenna resident Darlene Veit. "Because it takes a lot of people, a lot of volunteer hours to put this on and it's not an easy job for any of them."
"It's a great chance for a lot of our small town shops to really get out there and get noticed, not just by the Ravenna community, but by others from surrounding communities that come and join us," said Ravenna resident Laura Veit. "I mean, Ravenna becomes twice the size when Annevar is in town, it really does!"
Annevar ended Sunday night with a demolition derby and midway rides, games, and the famous Lion's Club food stand.