Clear skies draw big crowds to Valley events
Beautiful weekend weather meant good turnouts for numerous events that were happening in the Valley on Saturday and Sunday.
From the annual Pioneer Days in Perryopolis to two popular church events in Donora, our roving photographers captured people enjoying food and entertainment all over the Valley.
In Donora, the Ethnic Food Fair at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church and the Harvest Fair at Calvary United Presbyterian proved to be well-attended happenings.
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