The weekend started out al little nasty, but finally turned out to be nice for the Fulton Fall Folk Festival. There seemed to be a lot of folks travelling around to all the activities.
June Bennett spent Friday and Saturday with Kate Berkstresser. Kathy Kingborn also stopped by in the same home on Monday.
Shawn Berkstresser of Slippery Rock spent a few days with Harvey and Pat Berkstresser for the festival and helped with all the setting up at the barn on Rt. 522.
We extend our sympathy to the family and relatives of Eleanor Gregg, who passed away on Sunday. Eleanor and her husband, Ted, formerly lived in Hustontown.
Fulton County Quilt Club had a nice display of quilts at Fulton Theatre in McConnellsburg for the festival.
Lots of good food was served at Hustontown Firehall over the weekend and also at Knobsville United Methodist Church on Saturday.
Joyful Notes from Bedford will be entertaining at Knobsville United Methodist Church on Sunday, October 30, at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend and enjoy the evening.
Election Day soup and sandwich sale will be at Knobsville United Methodist Church.
We send speedy recovery wishes to Marvin Deshong, who has been having some problems.
As we travel about and enjoy the beautiful fall colors that the season creates, remember only the Master can paint such beauty.
Household Hint: Pie dough can be frozen. Roll dough out between sheets of plastic wrap, stack in a pizza box, and keep the box in the freezer. Defrost in the fridge and use as needed. Use within two months.