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Pennsy fest: artfully done


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Jim Snyder of Lawrence uses rope to fashion an art object at his table at the Pennsy Trail Art Fair. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)
Jim Snyder of Lawrence uses rope to fashion an art object at his table at the Pennsy Trail Art Fair. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)

Jackson Klingler, along with his sister, Jillian, use lung power to to make interesting paint patterns. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)
Jackson Klingler, along with his sister, Jillian, use lung power to to make interesting paint patterns. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)

Jeff McClarnon, a volunteer for Mental Health Partners of Hancock County, prepares to go underwater at the Ducky Derby Dash, a fundraiser for the organization, at the Pennsy Trail Art Fair. McClarnon's job was to read winning numbers on the bottoms of the floating toys. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)
Jeff McClarnon, a volunteer for Mental Health Partners of Hancock County, prepares to go underwater at the Ducky Derby Dash, a fundraiser for the organization, at the Pennsy Trail Art Fair. McClarnon's job was to read winning numbers on the bottoms of the floating toys. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)


Greenfield celebrated the arts on Saturday with the Pennsy Trail Art Fair and the juried Will Vawter Art Competition. The annual art shows attract artists and craftspeople from miles around to share their wares and demonstrate their talents. The events included music, a 5K run/walk and enough sculptures, paintings, drawings and homemade jewelry to fill an art museum. The Pennsy event is a fund-raiser for Mental Health Partners of Hancock County.

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