Apple festival bears fruit for Rotary Club

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Posted: September 23, 2013

The Winchester Star

Kailey West (left), 4, and her sister, Mackenzie West, 2, enjoy the apples they got at the Rotary Club of Winchester’s 39th annual Apple Harvest Arts and Crafts Festival on Saturday. The girls were with their mother, Heather West of Manassas. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Clay Dean of Max Meadows plays a “canjo” he made and was selling at the Rotary Club of Winchester’s 39th annual Apple Harvest Arts and Crafts Festival on Saturday in Jim Barnett Park. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Tyler Vaughn, sales administration manager with White House Foods, part of National Fruit Product Co., hands a bag of White House Foods samples to Margaret Vloedman of Martinsburg, W.Va., and her 2-year-old daughter, Sara, at the company’s booth at the Apple Harvest Arts and Crafts Festival in Jim Barnett Park on Saturday. Some of the products they were offering as samples and selling at the festival were apple juice, apple sauce pouches, vinegar beverages, Blue Smoke salsa and apple butter.

WINCHESTER — It was all about apples over the weekend in Jim Barnett Park.

The 39th annual Apple Harvest Arts and Crafts Festival, hosted by the Rotary Club of Winchester, offered food, fun and…



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