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Photo gallery: St. John the Baptist festival in Plum

| Monday, July 17, 2017, 10:54 a.m.
Gianni DelMastro, 12, of Plum, tries his skill on the Euro Bungee Jump at the St. John the Baptist Parish Festival on Friday night, July 14. The annual event ran from July 12-15 on the church grounds. Lillian DeDomenc | For The Tribune Review
It was a lucky night for Hailey Laughery, 7, of Plum at the St. John the Baptish Parish Festival on Friday night July 14. Hailey won this adorable soft teddy bear at the '3 of A Kind' booth. The anual festival ran from Jult 12-15 on the church grounds. Lillian DeDomenc | For The Tribune Review
No festival is complete without funnel cake. Gina Rende, 15, and Anna Scampone, 15, both from Plum, enjoy a freshly made funnel cake at the St. John the Baptist Parish Festival on Friday night, July 14. The annual festival ran from July 12-15 on the church grounds. Lillian DeDomenc | For The Tribune Review
Chelsea McDade, 25, and Gina Fischetti, 25, Rich McCarrick, 25, and Tessa Fischetti, 25, all of Penn Hills, relax on the lawn listening to the sounds of 'The Pout Souls' at the St. John the Baptist Parish Festival on Friday night, July 14. The four graduated from Penn Hills High School together in 2010 and have remained best friends. Lillian DeDomenc | For The Tribune Review
No festival is complete without funnel cake. Greg Hatfield mans the funnel cake booth at the St. John the Baptist Parish Festival on Friday night, July 14. Hatfield and members of the Knights of Columbus have been cooking up fresh funnel cakes at the annual event for the past 20 years. Lillian DeDomenc | For The Tribune Review

It was another great year for the annual St. John the Baptist Parish Festival in Plum.

The event featured rides, food booths, entertainment and much more.The annual festival ran from July 12-15 on the church grounds off of Old Leechburg Road.

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