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Flash!: Mt. Pleasant Cruise Night; Lammas Day harvest fest

| Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
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CAR CRUISE: Corey Anderson, (L), of Normalville, talks about his 1961 Willlys Jeep, with Mike Mastowski, of Normalville, at the 28th annual Mt. Pleasant Cruise Night to benefit the Mt. Pleasant Glass and Ethnic Festival, held at Frick Park in Mt. Pleasant on Friday evening, August 15, 2014.
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CAR CRUISE: (from left), Todd King and his father, Jack King, both of Sewickley Township, relax in front of their 1965 Corvette, during the 28th annual Mt. Pleasant Cruise Night to benefit the Mt. Pleasant Glass and Ethnic Festival, held at Frick Park in Mt. Pleasant on Friday evening, August 15, 2014.
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CAR CRUISE: (from left), Laine Mallich, of Jeannette, and Sue Gainfort, of Jeannette, look over a 1957 Thunderbird owned by Kevin Miller, (not shown), of Indian Head, during the 28th annual Mt. Pleasant Cruise Night to benefit the Mt. Pleasant Glass and Ethnic Festival, held at Frick Park in Mt. Pleasant on Friday evening, August 15, 2014.
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HARVEST FESTIVAL: (from left), Lyndi Bedont, 10, and Anthony Bedont, 13, both of New Derry, watch a spinning demonstration by Deborah Hart, of Latrobe, during the Derry Area Historical Society annual Lammas Day harvest festival, held at the Fulton House Museum in New Derry on Sunday afternoon, August 10, 2014. The day included a corn roast, music by the Riverside Players, spinning and blacksmith demonstrations, and raffles to raise funds for a new roof on the Fulton House Museum.
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HARVEST FESTIVAL: Derry Area Historical Society Vice-President, Pat Showalter, (L), and charter member, Evelyn Ruffing, talk about a circa 1800s quilt, a silent auction item, at the Derry Area Historical Society annual Lammas Day harvest festival, held at the Fulton House Museum in New Derry on Sunday afternoon, August 10, 2014. The day included a corn roast, music by the Riverside Players, spinning and blacksmith demonstrations, and raffles to raise funds for a new roof on the Fulton House Museum.
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HARVEST FESTIVAL: Blacksmith, Ken Reiner, demonstrates at the Derry Area Historical Society annual Lammas Day harvest festival, held at the Fulton House Museum in New Derry on Sunday afternoon, August 10, 2014. The day included a corn roast, music by the Riverside Players, spinning and blacksmith demonstrations, and raffles to raise funds for a new roof on the Fulton House Museum.

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