Several area children-- 3-year-olds through boys and girls in sixth grade-- are taking part in the Vacation Bible School each evening this week at the Assembly of God Church in Mt. Jewett. "The Fruit of the Spirit" is the theme for the event.
Participates of Camp Flutterbye are shown holding Butterflies that were colored for Community Nurses Annual Butterfly Release to be held on Aug. 3 at 3 p.m. in the Serenity Garden at Penn Highlands Elk. Camp Flutterbye is a grief camp for children and teens that have experience a loss of loved ones. To purchase a butterfly, order forms may be found at all Community Nurses offices, website www.communitynurses.org, local pharmacies, or you may call Community Nurses at 814-781-4773 for more information.
Teresa Ball and Brenda Pisarcik were among the dozens of vendors selling their wares at the Kinzua Bridge State Park Fall Festival. The event, held Saturday and Sunday, drew large crowds throughout the day to the park.Â
Spencer and Sophie Cornelius from Bradford were among the thousands of people to attend the Kinzua Bridge State Park Fall Festival over the weekend. The two walked out to the end of the bridge to get a good view of the valley.
Damon Davis is pictured at this past weekend's Kinzua Bridge Fall Festival. The Kane Area High School student has been accepted as a People to People ambassador, and is undertaking a number of fundraising ventures to finance his trip. Davis sold some of the pepper jelly that he made himself, along with cupcakes he made with the help of White's Culinary Artistry from Lewis Run.Â
The Eagle's Dream Rehabilitation Center's booth was one of the most visited at this past weekend's Kinzua Bridge State Park Fall Festival. Large crowds took advantage of the many food and craft vendors to spend an afternoon outdoors at one of the areas most popular attractions.Â
There was entertainment throughout Saturday and Sunday at the Kinzua Bridge State Park Fall Festival. The band Grover and the Nighthawks is pictured in the above photo. Big crowds enjoyed the activities both days.Â
Matthew Geer of Kane is shown pressing apples to make apple cider at the Kinzua Bridge State Park Fall Festival on Saturday. The festival featured arts, crafts, and food vendors, along with entertainment throughout the day Saturday and Sunday.Â