Milton Harvest Festival

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Harvest Festival, A to Z

Posted on 09-17-2013

By the Standard Journal

MILTON - As has become tradition at the Standard Journal, we will run down the many reasons - A to Z - you need to join the tens of thousands that will flock to Milton over the next couple of weeks for the Milton Harvest Festival.

The festival runs Friday through Sept. 21.

 

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9 vying for Harvest Princess title

Posted on 09-13-2013

by The Standard Journal

Dress rehearsal for Saturday‚Äôs Milton Harvest Festival Princess Pageant was held Thursday evening in the Milton Area High School auditorium. Here, princess candidate Sara Anspach fills out her ballot for the Ben and Betty Zechman Spirit Award prior to the rehearsal. The pageant begins at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the auditorium.MILTON — The 37th annual Milton Harvest Festival officially kicks off tonight with the annual Tomato Bowl at Alumni Field. Milton hosts Mifflinburg for the right to hoist the tomatoes.

Tomorrow features a full slate of activities, including the Milton Rotary Club’s bike race, arts and crafts along Broadway and Bound from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the pet parade at 10 a.m., the Milton Area High School band concert at 11 a.m. in Lincoln Park, the open house at Milton Model Train Museum from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the train show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Parish Center.

Saturday night will feature the annual princess pageant with nine candidates vying for the right to wear the crown.

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Harvest princesses crowned

Posted on 09-10-2012

by Vince de Cerchio, Standard Journal staff writer

MILTON — The 36th annual Milton Harvest Festival Princess Pageant, a gala affair, was celebrated on Saturday night at the Milton Area High School with 12 representatives vying for the title of Milton Harvest Festival Princess. 

The young ladies competing for the title articulately represented a variety of service organizations, to include the American Legion, Woman’s Club, VFW, Marine Corps League, the Milton Area High School Alumni Association, Lions Club, Milton Historical Society, Kiwanis Key Club, Rotary Club and the Milton Booster Club.

Jennifer Wakeman, of the CCN, moderated the event. Megan Rudloff, daughter of Jeffrey and Bethany Rudloff, was voted Milton Harvest Festival Princess by a panel of five local judges. Dana Kyle was voted runner-up. Megan Zettlemoyer, a finalist, received the Zechman “Spirit” Award.

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