Community Gathers At Colonel Crawford Fall Festival

  • 10/5/2019 2:52:21 PM
  • Ingrid Schmidt
  • Local News

NORTH ROBINSON , OH- The 36th Annual Colonel Crawford Fall Festival brought lots of crafts, food, cars, and fun to Colonel Crawford High School on Saturday.

The event featured a car show, craft vendors, and food.  The newest addition to the festival is the FFA farm toy show.  Trevin Fairchild is a member of FFA and an event volunteer.

"The vendors pay to come and set up shop and set up all the stuff they want to sell and all the money that they pay goes to our athletic boosters," Fairchild said.

The High School gym was packed with shoppers looking for homemade fall gifts.

"It's really unique.  I don't know any other school that puts on a fall festival.  There's just a ton of vendors that sell unique stuff that they make homemade," Fairchild said.

The event has been been growing larger every year and has become a staple in the community.

"It really brings the Colonel Crawford community together because this is the one thing the school puts on and like everybody that goes to the school comes out and we all see each other," Fairchild said.

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