David Ayres of Fortville Christian Church has pumpkin pie on his face after competing in a pie eating contest in Fortville during Treats on Main and F.A.R.M. Community Fair. Area local businesses and churches held a trick-or-treat Halloween fair for kids and parents alike on Oct. 30. Costume contest, live music and a pie eating contest were some of the highlights for the inaugural event.
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Students in New Palestine High School’s service learning class painted a fence at the Hope House in Greenfield last month. Pictured are, from left, Kennedy Garret, Alyse Rickey, Elizabeth Voelz, Alaina Miller, Matthew Barada, Madix Johnson and Ezra Schwier.
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Children wander throughtout Main Street in Fortville during Treats on Main and F.A.R.M. Community Fair. Area local businesses and churches held a trick-or-treat Halloween fair on Oct. 30 for kids and parents alike. A costume contest, live music and a pie eating contest were some of the highlights for the inaugural event.
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