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Families Have Fun At 2018 Denver Fair Despite The Weather

(Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese)

This year’s Denver Fair was chock full of great food, rides, exhibits, and unfortunately, persistent wet weather that has been hanging around for way too long. Opening night featured on and off rain, which added to the already soft ground, but many residents did not let the weather deter them from having fun. Shown from top left is: a youngster having the time of his life in one of the many water puddles (and his body language suggests he might be a little upset at having no sunshine); Denver Fair queens (left to right) Kathryn Voler - Miss Denver Fair, Rebecca Gideon - 2nd runner up and Rachel Gehr - 1st runner up and also named Miss Denver Fair Sweetheart; a beautiful painting from the art show and to the right is the pumpkin display; umbrellas in every shape and size being used; the ever popular monkey bread stand; a mom with three kids meeting the cows; and some excited children, one of which who just landed a ball in the top bowl.

 

The Woman’s Club Of Ephrata Fall Fashion Show

(Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese)

The Woman’s Club of Ephrata is “Reaching Out to Ephrata” on Saturday, October 6, by sponsoring a Fall Fashion Show and Brunch at the Ephrata American Legion. Doors will open at 10:00 a.m. and brunch will be served at 11:00 a.m. There is a cost per ticket. Featured fashions will be by Ruthie’s of Bird-in-Hand and Ronks. There will be special drawings and door prizes.

Fifty percent of the proceeds will benefit the Ephrata Cancer Patient Help Fund.

The deadline for purchasing tickets is Monday, September 24. No tickets will be sold at the door. For further information and to purchase tickets, please call 717-940-0637 or 717-859-2847.

Shown in the photo are some of the items that will be offered as special drawings and door prizes. Members of the club shown in the photo are Marilyn Rauser, Deb Sanders (president) and Gail Freeseman.

 

Help “Two-Can” Reach His Parade Food Collection Goals

(Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese)

The 100th anniversary of the Ephrata Fair will be celebrated next week and those who plan to attend the parade are reminded that the Ephrata Area Social Services (E.A.S.S.) will be collecting food donations along the parade route. You can meet their mascot Toucan representing TOgether we CAN and he is shown holding two cans in the photo along with E.A.S.S. Executive Director Joy Ashley. Come on out to this special celebration and bring some non-perishable and non-breakable food donations to help those in need in the community.

 
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