Celebration of the 40th Loramie Lake Fall Harvest Festival


Reece Kuenning of Kuenning Chainsaw Carving demonstrated how to create a mushroom sculpture from a roughly cut log at the Loramie Lake Fall Festival on Saturday.

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Scout Ethan Sherman and World War II veteran Calvin McCorkle salute the American Flag and the POW Flag Saturday at the Lake Loramie Fall Harvest Festival.

matt clevenger | Sydney Daily News

Max Seitz helps prepare Loramie Lake Fall Harvest Festival Traditional Mums for sale.

matt clevenger | Sydney Daily News

Scout Ethan Sherman and World War II veteran Calvin McCorkle hosted a special flag ceremony, raising an American flag and a POW memorial flag on Saturday.

matt clevenger | Sydney Daily News

Gary Bradford of Buckeye Farm Antiques helps visitors get to the Lake Loramie Fall Harvest Festival.

matt clevenger | Sydney Daily News

The Senior Center Singers performed a variety of songs, including the Chordettes’ 1958 hit “Lollipop.”

matt clevenger | Sydney Daily News

Butch Jones and Standard Country Time performed at the Lake Loramie Fall Harvest Festival on Saturday, September 17.

matt clevenger | Sydney Daily News

Fort Loramie FFA members serve food and drink from their booth during the Loramie Lake Fall Harvest Festival.

matt clevenger | Sydney Daily News

Celina’s Jeff Thomas works on Wampam beads at the festival’s Mountain Man Encampment at the Lake Loramie Fall Harvest Festival.

matt clevenger | Sydney Daily News

Gary Luthman, left, and Harold Curry enjoyed grilling the old-fashioned way during the Loramie Lake fall harvest festival.

matt clevenger | Sydney Daily News

Paula Barhorst visits one of the Barhorst family’s Belgian horses during the Loramie Lake fall harvest festival.

matt clevenger | Sydney Daily News

Reece Kuenning of Kuenning Chainsaw Carving demonstrated how to create a mushroom sculpture from a roughly cut log at the Loramie Lake Fall Festival on Saturday.

Scout Ethan Sherman and World War II veteran Calvin McCorkle salute the American Flag and the POW Flag Saturday at the Lake Loramie Fall Harvest Festival.

Max Seitz helps prepare Loramie Lake Fall Harvest Festival Traditional Mums for sale.

Scout Ethan Sherman and World War II veteran Calvin McCorkle hosted a special flag ceremony, raising an American flag and a POW memorial flag on Saturday.

Gary Bradford of Buckeye Farm Antiques helps visitors get to the Lake Loramie Fall Harvest Festival.

The Senior Center Singers performed a variety of songs, including the Chordettes’ 1958 hit “Lollipop.”

Butch Jones and Standard Country Time performed at the Lake Loramie Fall Harvest Festival on Saturday, September 17.

Fort Loramie FFA members serve food and drink from their booth during the Loramie Lake Fall Harvest Festival.

Celina’s Jeff Thomas works on Wampam beads at the festival’s Mountain Man Encampment at the Lake Loramie Fall Harvest Festival.

Gary Luthman, left, and Harold Curry enjoyed grilling the old-fashioned way during the Loramie Lake fall harvest festival.

Paula Barhorst visits one of the Barhorst family’s Belgian horses during the Loramie Lake fall harvest festival.

Reece Kuenning of Kuenning Chainsaw Carving demonstrated how to create a mushroom sculpture from a roughly cut log at the Loramie Lake Fall Festival on Saturday.

Scout Ethan Sherman and World War II veteran Calvin McCorkle salute the American Flag and the POW Flag Saturday at the Lake Loramie Fall Harvest Festival.

Max Seitz helps prepare Loramie Lake Fall Harvest Festival Traditional Mums for sale.

Scout Ethan Sherman and World War II veteran Calvin McCorkle hosted a special flag ceremony, raising an American flag and a POW memorial flag on Saturday.

Gary Bradford of Buckeye Farm Antiques helps visitors get to the Lake Loramie Fall Harvest Festival.

The Senior Center Singers performed a variety of songs, including the Chordettes’ 1958 hit “Lollipop.”

Butch Jones and Standard Country Time performed at the Lake Loramie Fall Harvest Festival on Saturday, September 17.

Fort Loramie FFA members serve food and drink from their booth during the Loramie Lake Fall Harvest Festival.

Celina’s Jeff Thomas works on Wampam beads at the festival’s Mountain Man Encampment at the Lake Loramie Fall Harvest Festival.

Gary Luthman, left, and Harold Curry enjoyed grilling the old-fashioned way during the Loramie Lake fall harvest festival.

Paula Barhorst visits one of the Barhorst family’s Belgian horses during the Loramie Lake fall harvest festival.

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