158th Harford Fair a success, planning underway for next year


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WNEP meteorologist Kurt interviews 93-year-old Anna Salmon, of Moosic and her daughter Meg Swantek at the Harford Fair. The pair won a first-prize blue ribbon and Judges Delight award for their quilt with hand-embroidered squares.


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Andrea Poff, 2015 Harford Fair traffic employee of the year, directs traffic and pedestrians at the fair. Known as the ‘cross over girl,’ Poff has worked the fair as a part of the traffic road crew for more than a dozen years. According to fair organizers, she is always smiling, positive, and welcoming to fair-goers, whatever the weather and time of day.


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Mountain View student Kayla Supancik displays her prize-winning pastel artwork, which received the Mary H. Karhnak Award for one of two Best of Show Awards in the School Department at this years Harford Fair.


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Diana Lombardi, Mountain View art teacher and owner of Abington Art Studio in Clarks Summit, poses with one of her Mountain View students, Audrey Cameron, whose acrylic cone flower painting received the Joan O. Peters Award for her Best of Show entry in the School Department at this years Harford Fair.


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NEW MILFORD — The 158th Harford Fair was held Aug. 17 through 22 at the fairgrounds in Susquehanna County. Attractions included live music and entertainment, truck pulls, tractor pulls, a rodeo, demolition derby, amusement rides and games, chainsaw carver Kevin Treat, 23 different department exhibits, food and more. Planning already began for next year’s event, to be held Aug. 22 through 27, 2016.

WNEP meteorologist Kurt interviews 93-year-old Anna Salmon, of Moosic and her daughter Meg Swantek at the Harford Fair. The pair won a first-prize blue ribbon and Judges Delight award for their quilt with hand-embroidered squares.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_ABJ-Harford-Fair-1.jpgWNEP meteorologist Kurt interviews 93-year-old Anna Salmon, of Moosic and her daughter Meg Swantek at the Harford Fair. The pair won a first-prize blue ribbon and Judges Delight award for their quilt with hand-embroidered squares. Submitted photos

Andrea Poff, 2015 Harford Fair traffic employee of the year, directs traffic and pedestrians at the fair. Known as the ‘cross over girl,’ Poff has worked the fair as a part of the traffic road crew for more than a dozen years. According to fair organizers, she is always smiling, positive, and welcoming to fair-goers, whatever the weather and time of day.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_ABJ-Harford-Fair-2.jpgAndrea Poff, 2015 Harford Fair traffic employee of the year, directs traffic and pedestrians at the fair. Known as the ‘cross over girl,’ Poff has worked the fair as a part of the traffic road crew for more than a dozen years. According to fair organizers, she is always smiling, positive, and welcoming to fair-goers, whatever the weather and time of day. Submitted photos

Mountain View student Kayla Supancik displays her prize-winning pastel artwork, which received the Mary H. Karhnak Award for one of two Best of Show Awards in the School Department at this years Harford Fair.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_ABJ-Harford-Fair-3.jpgMountain View student Kayla Supancik displays her prize-winning pastel artwork, which received the Mary H. Karhnak Award for one of two Best of Show Awards in the School Department at this years Harford Fair. Submitted photos

Diana Lombardi, Mountain View art teacher and owner of Abington Art Studio in Clarks Summit, poses with one of her Mountain View students, Audrey Cameron, whose acrylic cone flower painting received the Joan O. Peters Award for her Best of Show entry in the School Department at this years Harford Fair.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_ABJ-Harford-Fair-4.jpgDiana Lombardi, Mountain View art teacher and owner of Abington Art Studio in Clarks Summit, poses with one of her Mountain View students, Audrey Cameron, whose acrylic cone flower painting received the Joan O. Peters Award for her Best of Show entry in the School Department at this years Harford Fair. Submitted photos

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