Washburn Harvest Festival a first-year success

Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Grayson Pendergraft, 2, prepares to hurl a hula hoop around a pumpkin to win a prize at the Washburn Harvest Festival Saturday. Watching was his mother, Jennifer Pendergraft, back left, of Washburn. Grayson Pendergraft is the son of Daniel Pendergraft. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com

Grayson Pendergraft, 2, prepares to hurl a hula hoop around a pumpkin to win a prize at the Washburn Harvest Festival Saturday.

Tractors rolled through Washburn and parked on Main Street following the parade at the inaugural Washburn Harvest Festival Saturday. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com
Emma Outhouse, left, 10, and sister Bridget Outhouse, 8, both of Washburn, looked at items offered by Carolyn Tiedeman of Washburn, at a booth at the Washburn Harvest Festival Saturday. Tiedeman’s homemade crafts can be purchased by calling her at 417-826-5032. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com
Brooklynn Outhouse, right, 6, gets her face painted during the Washburn Harvest Festival Saturday. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com
An old-fashioned game of Tug of War was played at the Washburn Harvest Festival Saturday, and the game became serious after the announcement that the winning team would receive a free raffle ticket for choice of rifle. The drawing of two winning tickets, held by the Washburn Area Chamber of Commerce, will be conducted after the Washburn Christmas Parade held on Dec. 1. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com
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