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Photo gallery: Record numbers enjoy Celebrate Monroeville

| Friday, Sept. 29, 2017, 2:36 p.m.
Miss Independence Liz Timple (left) and runner-up Abby Herman stop to spin the prize wheel at a booth at the Celebrate Monroeville event on Sept. 27.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Miss Independence Liz Timple (left) and runner-up Abby Herman stop to spin the prize wheel at a booth at the Celebrate Monroeville event on Sept. 27.
Rachel Szymanski, 11, of Monroeville gets a new hair style from Lauren Eicher at the Celebrate Monroeville event at the convention center, Sept. 27.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Rachel Szymanski, 11, of Monroeville gets a new hair style from Lauren Eicher at the Celebrate Monroeville event at the convention center, Sept. 27.
Austin Hewitt, 13, stops  to check out some of the string instruments on display at a booth at the Celebrate Monroeville event on Sept. 27.
Austin Hewitt, 13, stops to check out some of the string instruments on display at a booth at the Celebrate Monroeville event on Sept. 27.
John Phelan and Joe Murphy serve up potato pancakes at their Celebrate Monroeville booth on Sept. 27.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
John Phelan and Joe Murphy serve up potato pancakes at their Celebrate Monroeville booth on Sept. 27.
AJ Lesnicky, 7, of North Huntingdon has his favorite action figure painted on his face and hand by artist Nancy Delverney at the Celebrate Monroeville event, Sept. 27.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
AJ Lesnicky, 7, of North Huntingdon has his favorite action figure painted on his face and hand by artist Nancy Delverney at the Celebrate Monroeville event, Sept. 27.

Organizers said record numbers turned out for the 13th annual Celebrate Monroeville event on Sept. 27.

The event at the Monroeville Convention Center featured exhibition and food booths, seminars, and entertainment. It was presented by the Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce.

Lillian DeDomenic is a freelance photographer.

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