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Harvest in the Eva J. Hawes Building

Harvest on the Square, sponsored by the Morgantown -Butler County Chamber of Commerce, was a success despite the weather on Saturday.  The event had to be moved indoors to the Eva J. Hawes Building but the rain did not dampen the spirit of the crowd.  Shopping, food, children, trick -or-treating, and contests made up the day. Three groups of Moria Givens’ students from the Dance Academy performed to the delight of the crowd as well as line dancers.

Debbie Lott’s Apple Cinnamon Raisin Amish Friendship Bread won first place in the Sweet Treats Contest, while Shelia Barks’ Peanut Butter Cake came in a close second. The contest was sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance.
Morgantown Bank & Trust sponsored the costume contest.  Winners included:

0-3 year olds- Gabe Whittinghill, Aven Henderson and Emma Clausen

4-6 year olds- Faith Shepard, Nehemiah Cardwell and Geneva Cardwell

7-9 year olds- Raegan Tuck, Serenity Johnson, and Lilly Hatcher

10-12 year olds- Havanna Hack and Hannah Rossingol

The Dog Costume Contest was sponsored by Chad’s Body Shop and Wrecker Service.  Winners included Maverick, Lobster, and Biscuit.


Pumpkin Carving winners included: first place, Amelia and Arvel Cardwell, second place, Sasha Overstreet, and third place Zoey Faith Milam.  The event was sponsored by Embry and Watts CPA’s.

Amelia and Arvel Carwell with Kendall Embry.

Zoey Faith Milam and her winning pumpkin.


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