News From the Harvest Festival
9/20/2008 Parade Float Awards
Arrowhead Award - BEST FLOAT in the Parade
Grand Prize ($125) - UFCW Local #38 (ConAgra Foods)
Commercial & Retail:
1st Place ($100) - Spinair Coffman
2nd Place ($75) - West Milton State Bank
3rd Place ($50) - Nottingham Village
Clubs & Organizations:
1st Place ($100) - Milton Rotary
2nd Place ($75) - Central PA Chamber of Commerce
3rd Place ($50) - Friends of Milton State Park
1st Place ($100) - Central PA Youth Extreme Club
2nd Place ($75) - United Pentecostal Church (Lewisburg)
3rd Place ($50) - Holy Spirit Lutheran Church
1st Place ($100) - Watsontown Christian Academy
2nd Place ($75) - Little Miss
3rd Place ($50) - Milton Little League Softball
4th Place ($50) - Cub Scout Pack 36
Posted on Sep 16, 2008, Standard Journal News
MANY MISSES - From left, sitting, are Junior Miss winner Emily Mollica, Little Miss winner Jessica Franquet, Dainty Miss winner Mackenzie Derr and Mini Miss winner Leah Davis. Standing are Junior Miss runner-up Kelsey Schreck, Little Miss runner-up Alyssa Ellis, Dainty Miss runner-up Jacqueline Stokes and Mini Miss runner-up Lillian Mapes. These girls were selected among the 42 candidates at the Mini, Dainty, Little and Junior Miss Pageant Monday night in the Milton Area High School auditorium.
MILTON - One by one, 42 of the Milton area's sweetest, most talented young ladies took the stage to show why they are worthy of princess stature.
It didn't take much convincing.
Yes, as pageants go, some girls received higher scores and earned titles of Mini, Dainty, Little and Junior Miss, but each should have left with a sense of accomplishment.
How they felt was evident by their smiling faces, looking out toward the crowd for their loved ones who gathered for a night full of enjoyment in the Milton Area High School auditorium.read more...
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
Source: Standard Journal News
Mason Smith (5) of Potts Grove proudly displays his pet 'Peepers.' Faith Mensch stands with her little poochie, overall grand prize winner of the pet parade.
MILTON - The Milton Harvest Festival is one of the community's finest examples when it comes to "Harvesting Our Traditions," the theme of this year's event.
The 32nd year kicked off over the weekend, bringing hundreds to downtown Milton. People started showing up Saturday morning for the festival's larger attractions, including the 28-mile bike race and the pet parade.read more...