Nice weather greets Fall Fest goers


Joe Ginther, of Ottowa, adds gasoline to his 1928 John Deere hit and miss engin that powers his ice cream maker at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.

Joe Ginther, of Ottowa, adds gasoline to his 1928 John Deere hit and miss engin that powers his ice cream maker at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Roger Hoying, left, 11, son of Gorji and Tony Hoying, buys some orange juice to go along with his biscuits and gravy from Dick Hoying, both of Fort Loramie, at the Lake Loramie Improvement Association’s food stand at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17. Putting out donuts in the background is Margie Eilerman, of Fort Loramie.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Macie Woolley, left, 5, and her brother Calvin Woolley, 7, both of Wapakoneta, children of Brad and Stephanie Woolley, run a water bead stand at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Layla Dietrich, right, 5, of New Bremen, daughter of Katie and Matt Dietrich, paints a butterfly on the hand of Anne Fahncke, of Wapakoneta, at the Face Paint Crew tent during the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Seven “FALL” signs are all that’s left, Sunday, Sept. 17 morning, of what were 65 to start with at a booth run by Ron and Diane Aufderhaar, at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Carving by Design owner Jason Barhorst, of Minster, cleans off a customized Fort Loramie Redskins illuminated sign he had on display at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17. Barhorst made the sign using a diamond drill bit with a C and C computerized router.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Adrian Grillot, 1, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Lindsay and Alan Grillot, sleeps in her stroller next to a Halloween decoration for sale at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The Open Road Band performs at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Sue Baber, left, puts some chocolate syrup on her granddaughter Ava Baber’s, right, 3, both of Wapakoneta, daughter of Adam Baber and Sara Zink, old style ice cream. Watching them is Emma Donovan, center, 7, of Wapakoneta, daughter of Bobbi and Scott Donovan. The ice cream was being sold by Grandma Moses’ Homemade Ice-Cream at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Gene Greve, of Houston, stirs a pot of shredded chicken at the Houston Community Association’s food tent during the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. The association’s big seller for Saturday was beef and noodle soup.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jason Meyer, of Fort Loramie, reaches to catch a tennis ball as it comes out of the pipe he dropped it into while riding his 1973 IH 464 at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Tractor games where one of the attractions at the festival.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Melvin James, left, of Eldorado, gives his great granddaughter Macyn Patton, 10, of New Paris, daughter of Lee and Mandee Patton, a lift while looking at antique tractors on display at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Marcus Hoying, 4, of Maria Stein, son of Sam and Diane Hoying, plays with the sale boat he made at the craft table sponsored by Home Depot. Boats were just the tip of the iceberg for fun at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Kayla McBride, left, of Sidney, and Brittany Eilerman, of Fort Loramie, sit on two of their dad Keith Eilerman’s old Ford riding lawnmowers at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. The lawnmower on the left is from 1972 and the one on the right is from 1980.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Lenny Tate, 8 months, of Miamisburg, son of Tim and Nicki Tate, helped carry some flowers in his stroller while being pushed by his grandpa Jim Branam, of Middletown, at the Gene Greve, of Houston, stirs a pot of shredded chicken at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Hailey Meyer, left, 8, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Lenne and Shawn Meyer, found herself increasing loaded down with magic wands as The Amazing Alto performed his magic tricks at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Ron Remy, top, of Dayton, performs his ventriloquist act for Michael Stradling, 5, of Bellefontaine, under the guardianship of his great grandma Dianna Wilson. Remy, whose act is called Remy and Friends, was walking around performing during the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Iris Ruhenkamp, left, front, sells some corn on the cob to Jan Kelley, right, of Anna, who is holding her granddaughter Brylie Cox, 5 months, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Alaina and Andrew Cox, at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Working at the Fort Loramie FFA stand in the background are, left to right, Hannah Siegel, 15, daughter of Tony and Jill Siegel, Jenna Pleiman, 16, daughter of Tony Pleiman and Tina Larger, and Brenna Shonk, 15, daughter of Lori Albers and Dustin Shonk.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

It took several tries for Karl Kittel, of Houston, to get his 1922 Hercules hit and miss 11/2 horsepower engine started at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The Wild Mustangs perform at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Joe Ginther, of Ottowa, adds gasoline to his 1928 John Deere hit and miss engin that powers his ice cream maker at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.

Roger Hoying, left, 11, son of Gorji and Tony Hoying, buys some orange juice to go along with his biscuits and gravy from Dick Hoying, both of Fort Loramie, at the Lake Loramie Improvement Association’s food stand at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17. Putting out donuts in the background is Margie Eilerman, of Fort Loramie.

Macie Woolley, left, 5, and her brother Calvin Woolley, 7, both of Wapakoneta, children of Brad and Stephanie Woolley, run a water bead stand at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.

Layla Dietrich, right, 5, of New Bremen, daughter of Katie and Matt Dietrich, paints a butterfly on the hand of Anne Fahncke, of Wapakoneta, at the Face Paint Crew tent during the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.

Seven “FALL” signs are all that’s left, Sunday, Sept. 17 morning, of what were 65 to start with at a booth run by Ron and Diane Aufderhaar, at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival.

Carving by Design owner Jason Barhorst, of Minster, cleans off a customized Fort Loramie Redskins illuminated sign he had on display at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17. Barhorst made the sign using a diamond drill bit with a C and C computerized router.

Adrian Grillot, 1, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Lindsay and Alan Grillot, sleeps in her stroller next to a Halloween decoration for sale at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.

The Open Road Band performs at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.

Sue Baber, left, puts some chocolate syrup on her granddaughter Ava Baber’s, right, 3, both of Wapakoneta, daughter of Adam Baber and Sara Zink, old style ice cream. Watching them is Emma Donovan, center, 7, of Wapakoneta, daughter of Bobbi and Scott Donovan. The ice cream was being sold by Grandma Moses’ Homemade Ice-Cream at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.

Gene Greve, of Houston, stirs a pot of shredded chicken at the Houston Community Association’s food tent during the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. The association’s big seller for Saturday was beef and noodle soup.

Jason Meyer, of Fort Loramie, reaches to catch a tennis ball as it comes out of the pipe he dropped it into while riding his 1973 IH 464 at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Tractor games where one of the attractions at the festival.

Melvin James, left, of Eldorado, gives his great granddaughter Macyn Patton, 10, of New Paris, daughter of Lee and Mandee Patton, a lift while looking at antique tractors on display at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.

Marcus Hoying, 4, of Maria Stein, son of Sam and Diane Hoying, plays with the sale boat he made at the craft table sponsored by Home Depot. Boats were just the tip of the iceberg for fun at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.

Kayla McBride, left, of Sidney, and Brittany Eilerman, of Fort Loramie, sit on two of their dad Keith Eilerman’s old Ford riding lawnmowers at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. The lawnmower on the left is from 1972 and the one on the right is from 1980.

Lenny Tate, 8 months, of Miamisburg, son of Tim and Nicki Tate, helped carry some flowers in his stroller while being pushed by his grandpa Jim Branam, of Middletown, at the Gene Greve, of Houston, stirs a pot of shredded chicken at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.

Hailey Meyer, left, 8, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Lenne and Shawn Meyer, found herself increasing loaded down with magic wands as The Amazing Alto performed his magic tricks at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.

Ron Remy, top, of Dayton, performs his ventriloquist act for Michael Stradling, 5, of Bellefontaine, under the guardianship of his great grandma Dianna Wilson. Remy, whose act is called Remy and Friends, was walking around performing during the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.

Iris Ruhenkamp, left, front, sells some corn on the cob to Jan Kelley, right, of Anna, who is holding her granddaughter Brylie Cox, 5 months, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Alaina and Andrew Cox, at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Working at the Fort Loramie FFA stand in the background are, left to right, Hannah Siegel, 15, daughter of Tony and Jill Siegel, Jenna Pleiman, 16, daughter of Tony Pleiman and Tina Larger, and Brenna Shonk, 15, daughter of Lori Albers and Dustin Shonk.

It took several tries for Karl Kittel, of Houston, to get his 1922 Hercules hit and miss 11/2 horsepower engine started at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.

The Wild Mustangs perform at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.

Joe Ginther, of Ottowa, adds gasoline to his 1928 John Deere hit and miss engin that powers his ice cream maker at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest20.jpgJoe Ginther, of Ottowa, adds gasoline to his 1928 John Deere hit and miss engin that powers his ice cream maker at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Roger Hoying, left, 11, son of Gorji and Tony Hoying, buys some orange juice to go along with his biscuits and gravy from Dick Hoying, both of Fort Loramie, at the Lake Loramie Improvement Association’s food stand at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17. Putting out donuts in the background is Margie Eilerman, of Fort Loramie.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest19.jpgRoger Hoying, left, 11, son of Gorji and Tony Hoying, buys some orange juice to go along with his biscuits and gravy from Dick Hoying, both of Fort Loramie, at the Lake Loramie Improvement Association’s food stand at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17. Putting out donuts in the background is Margie Eilerman, of Fort Loramie. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Macie Woolley, left, 5, and her brother Calvin Woolley, 7, both of Wapakoneta, children of Brad and Stephanie Woolley, run a water bead stand at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest18.jpgMacie Woolley, left, 5, and her brother Calvin Woolley, 7, both of Wapakoneta, children of Brad and Stephanie Woolley, run a water bead stand at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Layla Dietrich, right, 5, of New Bremen, daughter of Katie and Matt Dietrich, paints a butterfly on the hand of Anne Fahncke, of Wapakoneta, at the Face Paint Crew tent during the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest17.jpgLayla Dietrich, right, 5, of New Bremen, daughter of Katie and Matt Dietrich, paints a butterfly on the hand of Anne Fahncke, of Wapakoneta, at the Face Paint Crew tent during the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Seven “FALL” signs are all that’s left, Sunday, Sept. 17 morning, of what were 65 to start with at a booth run by Ron and Diane Aufderhaar, at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest16.jpgSeven “FALL” signs are all that’s left, Sunday, Sept. 17 morning, of what were 65 to start with at a booth run by Ron and Diane Aufderhaar, at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Carving by Design owner Jason Barhorst, of Minster, cleans off a customized Fort Loramie Redskins illuminated sign he had on display at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17. Barhorst made the sign using a diamond drill bit with a C and C computerized router.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest15.jpgCarving by Design owner Jason Barhorst, of Minster, cleans off a customized Fort Loramie Redskins illuminated sign he had on display at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17. Barhorst made the sign using a diamond drill bit with a C and C computerized router. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Adrian Grillot, 1, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Lindsay and Alan Grillot, sleeps in her stroller next to a Halloween decoration for sale at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest14.jpgAdrian Grillot, 1, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Lindsay and Alan Grillot, sleeps in her stroller next to a Halloween decoration for sale at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The Open Road Band performs at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest13.jpgThe Open Road Band performs at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Sue Baber, left, puts some chocolate syrup on her granddaughter Ava Baber’s, right, 3, both of Wapakoneta, daughter of Adam Baber and Sara Zink, old style ice cream. Watching them is Emma Donovan, center, 7, of Wapakoneta, daughter of Bobbi and Scott Donovan. The ice cream was being sold by Grandma Moses’ Homemade Ice-Cream at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest12.jpgSue Baber, left, puts some chocolate syrup on her granddaughter Ava Baber’s, right, 3, both of Wapakoneta, daughter of Adam Baber and Sara Zink, old style ice cream. Watching them is Emma Donovan, center, 7, of Wapakoneta, daughter of Bobbi and Scott Donovan. The ice cream was being sold by Grandma Moses’ Homemade Ice-Cream at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Gene Greve, of Houston, stirs a pot of shredded chicken at the Houston Community Association’s food tent during the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. The association’s big seller for Saturday was beef and noodle soup.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest11.jpgGene Greve, of Houston, stirs a pot of shredded chicken at the Houston Community Association’s food tent during the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. The association’s big seller for Saturday was beef and noodle soup. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jason Meyer, of Fort Loramie, reaches to catch a tennis ball as it comes out of the pipe he dropped it into while riding his 1973 IH 464 at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Tractor games where one of the attractions at the festival.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest9.jpgJason Meyer, of Fort Loramie, reaches to catch a tennis ball as it comes out of the pipe he dropped it into while riding his 1973 IH 464 at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Tractor games where one of the attractions at the festival. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Melvin James, left, of Eldorado, gives his great granddaughter Macyn Patton, 10, of New Paris, daughter of Lee and Mandee Patton, a lift while looking at antique tractors on display at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest10.jpgMelvin James, left, of Eldorado, gives his great granddaughter Macyn Patton, 10, of New Paris, daughter of Lee and Mandee Patton, a lift while looking at antique tractors on display at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Marcus Hoying, 4, of Maria Stein, son of Sam and Diane Hoying, plays with the sale boat he made at the craft table sponsored by Home Depot. Boats were just the tip of the iceberg for fun at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest8.jpgMarcus Hoying, 4, of Maria Stein, son of Sam and Diane Hoying, plays with the sale boat he made at the craft table sponsored by Home Depot. Boats were just the tip of the iceberg for fun at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Kayla McBride, left, of Sidney, and Brittany Eilerman, of Fort Loramie, sit on two of their dad Keith Eilerman’s old Ford riding lawnmowers at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. The lawnmower on the left is from 1972 and the one on the right is from 1980.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest6.jpgKayla McBride, left, of Sidney, and Brittany Eilerman, of Fort Loramie, sit on two of their dad Keith Eilerman’s old Ford riding lawnmowers at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. The lawnmower on the left is from 1972 and the one on the right is from 1980. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Lenny Tate, 8 months, of Miamisburg, son of Tim and Nicki Tate, helped carry some flowers in his stroller while being pushed by his grandpa Jim Branam, of Middletown, at the Gene Greve, of Houston, stirs a pot of shredded chicken at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest7.jpgLenny Tate, 8 months, of Miamisburg, son of Tim and Nicki Tate, helped carry some flowers in his stroller while being pushed by his grandpa Jim Branam, of Middletown, at the Gene Greve, of Houston, stirs a pot of shredded chicken at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Hailey Meyer, left, 8, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Lenne and Shawn Meyer, found herself increasing loaded down with magic wands as The Amazing Alto performed his magic tricks at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest5.jpgHailey Meyer, left, 8, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Lenne and Shawn Meyer, found herself increasing loaded down with magic wands as The Amazing Alto performed his magic tricks at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Ron Remy, top, of Dayton, performs his ventriloquist act for Michael Stradling, 5, of Bellefontaine, under the guardianship of his great grandma Dianna Wilson. Remy, whose act is called Remy and Friends, was walking around performing during the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest4.jpgRon Remy, top, of Dayton, performs his ventriloquist act for Michael Stradling, 5, of Bellefontaine, under the guardianship of his great grandma Dianna Wilson. Remy, whose act is called Remy and Friends, was walking around performing during the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Iris Ruhenkamp, left, front, sells some corn on the cob to Jan Kelley, right, of Anna, who is holding her granddaughter Brylie Cox, 5 months, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Alaina and Andrew Cox, at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Working at the Fort Loramie FFA stand in the background are, left to right, Hannah Siegel, 15, daughter of Tony and Jill Siegel, Jenna Pleiman, 16, daughter of Tony Pleiman and Tina Larger, and Brenna Shonk, 15, daughter of Lori Albers and Dustin Shonk.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest3.jpgIris Ruhenkamp, left, front, sells some corn on the cob to Jan Kelley, right, of Anna, who is holding her granddaughter Brylie Cox, 5 months, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Alaina and Andrew Cox, at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Working at the Fort Loramie FFA stand in the background are, left to right, Hannah Siegel, 15, daughter of Tony and Jill Siegel, Jenna Pleiman, 16, daughter of Tony Pleiman and Tina Larger, and Brenna Shonk, 15, daughter of Lori Albers and Dustin Shonk. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

It took several tries for Karl Kittel, of Houston, to get his 1922 Hercules hit and miss 11/2 horsepower engine started at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest1.jpgIt took several tries for Karl Kittel, of Houston, to get his 1922 Hercules hit and miss 11/2 horsepower engine started at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Sunday, Sept. 17. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The Wild Mustangs perform at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN091817FallFest2.jpgThe Wild Mustangs perform at the 2017 Lake Loramie State park Fall Harvest Festival Saturday, Sept. 16. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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