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Autumfest celebrated at St. Sebastian church in North Belle Vernon

| Monday, Sept. 30, 2013, 12:31 a.m.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in North Belle Vernon hosted an 'Autumnfest Weekend,' which included a Pittsburgh Steelers tailgate party on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013. Shown at the event are Katie Cabaniss, 15, Michael Dushack, 17, Rob Cabaniss, 17, and Alexis Edge, 15.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
From left, Judy Mitchell, Karen Ramsier, and Sue Dunlop, all of Belle Vernon, sell baked goods during the 'Autumnfest' at St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in North Belle Vernon on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Marcia Grados assists Ray McMillan of Belle Vernon with the grill at St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in North Belle Vernon during its 'Autumnfest,' which included a Pittsburgh Steelers tailgate party on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Cassie and Kylie Granchai have lunch at St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in North Belle Vernon during its 'Autumnfest,' which included a Pittsburgh Steelers tailgate party on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Ellen Turner of Donora and her dog Merlin enjoy the nice weather at St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in North Belle Vernon during its 'Autumnfest,' which included a Pittsburgh Steelers tailgate party on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Sarah Mathianas holds Tatiana Mathianas, both of Brownsville, at St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in North Belle Vernon during its 'Autumnfest,' which included a Pittsburgh Steelers tailgate party on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Karen Heasley of Rostraver Township buys popcorn from Tammy Trasatti of Belle Vernon at St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in North Belle Vernon during its 'Autumnfest,' which included a Pittsburgh Steelers tailgate party on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Ravina Stefanick of Rostraver Township and her granddaughter Emma Stefanick, 7, of Charleroi, look at the food for sale at St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in North Belle Vernon during its 'Autumnfest,' which included a Pittsburgh Steelers tailgate party on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Samantha Callen,13, and Marissa Stiffy, 8, of Charleroi, dance at St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in North Belle Vernon during its 'Autumnfest,' which included a Pittsburgh Steelers tailgate party on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013.
Heather Hart | For The Valley Independent
Terry Frederick and Rita Giannini of Belle Vernon sell tickets at St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in North Belle Vernon during its 'Autumnfest,' which included a Pittsburgh Steelers tailgate party on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013.

St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in North Belle Vernon hosted its Autumnfest Weekend Saturday and Sunday on the church grounds.

Activities included a dinner/dance Saturday with live music by Brother Jeep & Legacy in the parish hall, and a Steelers tailgate and watching party Sunday in the parking lot and hall.

The tailgate party offered activities like corn hole and face painting, and raffles were conducted for items including a Mario Lemieux jersey. Edible treats like hot sausage, kielbasa, candy apples and peanut brittle along with mulled cider were available.

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