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Skylar Sell, of Alburtis ,shows her clay hand building project Saturday at the Pioneer Apple Fest at Ontelaunee Park, Lynn Township. Skylar Sell, of Alburtis ,shows her clay hand building project Saturday at the Pioneer Apple Fest at Ontelaunee Park, Lynn Township.
Chef Dean Ritter, of Fellowship Community, Whitehall, was in charge of canning the apple butter made by the other volunteers at the Oct. 6 Pioneer Apple Fest at Ontelaunee Park, Lynn Township. The group made 185 pints of apple butter from nine bushels of apples.PRESS PHOTOS BY DEBRA PALMIERI Chef Dean Ritter, of Fellowship Community, Whitehall, was in charge of canning the apple butter made by the other volunteers at the Oct. 6 Pioneer Apple Fest at Ontelaunee Park, Lynn Township. The group made 185 pints of apple butter from nine bushels of apples.PRESS PHOTOS BY DEBRA PALMIERI
Dale W. Wehr, of Fellowship Community, Whitehall, stirs the apple butter while it cooks. Dale W. Wehr, of Fellowship Community, Whitehall, stirs the apple butter while it cooks.
William Cressman, his Service Dog, Peanut; mom, LeeAnn, and Scott Lakatosh, all of Slatington, are ready for a day of history and delicious food at the Pioneer Apple Fest. William Cressman, his Service Dog, Peanut; mom, LeeAnn, and Scott Lakatosh, all of Slatington, are ready for a day of history and delicious food at the Pioneer Apple Fest.
Josh Fairchild of Kutztown watches as Don Edris of Iron Oak Creations Blacksmith and Woodworking, Mohrsville, hammers a piece of hot metal into shape. Josh Fairchild of Kutztown watches as Don Edris of Iron Oak Creations Blacksmith and Woodworking, Mohrsville, hammers a piece of hot metal into shape.
Chris Hunsicker of Allentown plays a handmade flute at the Pioneer Apple Fest. Raised in Germansville, Hunsicker is part Cherokee. Chris Hunsicker of Allentown plays a handmade flute at the Pioneer Apple Fest. Raised in Germansville, Hunsicker is part Cherokee.

Apples aplenty ... and more at Pioneer fest

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 by The Press in Local News