John Gunn joined us this year.

Someone's always dancing when Kelly and Susan Pratt are here.

Many one-of-a-kind items were offered at the Silent Auction again this year.

Amber Martin and Betty Marshall helped out at the food tent.

Because of the renovations last year, we could have exhibits in the barn.
Upstairs the Silver Needles Quilt Club displayed dozens of quilts.

Downstairs George Cummings enlightened us
about the Revolutionary War through his rifles and other artifacts.

Behind George was an exhibit of agriculural artifacts
from the Friends' John F. McKeage Collection.

Outside Brian Swartz brought the Civil War to life at his campsite.

Vendors like Gail's Cupboard offered locally made products.

Exotic birds from the Feathered Kisses rescue center enjoyed the attention.

The Ross Park ZooMobile's critters were also a hit.

Most appreciated at the Celebration every year it seems is the opportunity just to be outside,
somewhere beautiful and relaxing, catching up with friends, old and new.