Milton Harvest Festival

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Who's The Most Spirited?

Posted on 09-13-2008

by Jeff Shaffer, Standard Journal News

During rehearsal Thursday night, the Milton Harvest Festival Princess Pageant contestants were asked to pick who among them is worthy of the Spirit Award. That will be determined tonight at the pageant, planned for 7:30 in the Milton Area High School auditorium. Admission is $5.

From left are one half of the contests, Kaitlyn McCaffery, Kristin Mohr, Katrina Rote, Heidi Leeser, Stephanie Spangler and Nicole Troutman.


Pageant participants prep for big night

Posted on 09-11-2008

Article and Photos by Jeff Shaffer, Standard Journal News

A TALENTED GROUP - Kassidy Houseknecht, a Mini Miss contestant, gets behind the wheel Wednesday night during rehearsal for the Milton Harvest Festival's Little Miss/Junior Miss Pageant Monday night.

MILTON - It'll be hard to pick a winner at the traditional Little Miss/Junior Miss Pageant - because all the Misses are winners.

Participants in the annual Milton Harvest Festival event, slated for Monday evening in the Milton Area High School auditorium, were once again practicing their routines Wednesday evening.


Gromlichs to step out first

Posted on 09-11-2008

Posted on Sep 11, 2008
Source: Standard Journal News

LEADING THE WAY - Ernie and Shirley Gromlich (left) of Milton have been tapped as grand marshals for the 32nd annual Harvest Festival parade. Both served as teachers in the local school district and have been heavily involved in the community.

MILTON - Residents Ernie and Shirley Gromlich will be serving as grand marshals in the Milton Harvest Festival's parade on Sept. 20.

Both have left their marks in the Valley, working and serving in the local communities.
Ernie, a Scranton native, joined the Milton High School mathematics staff in 1962. He taught math for 31 years and physics for his last eight years of teaching.


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