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VisitScotia.com - October 6th, 2003
Flint House Fall Festival
Scotia Centennial Collectables

In preparation for next years Centennial celebration a variety of Scotia collectables are now available.
The most popular was the new multi-colored Scotia couch throw(pictured above) for only $50. Also available; Centennial Lapel Pins, a set of four historic ornaments and a special edition Cat's Meow piece of the Flint House.

Horse and Wagon Rides

Horse and Wagon rides were not only popular but provided transportation to the German Festival a few blocks away at the Our Redeemer Lutheran Church.

Live History

Kids of all ages we entranced by the tales from Richard Reynolds who welcomed visitors in period dress and attitude.

2003 Flint House
Fall Festival Photos

Pie Contest Judges

The pies were delicious! Just ask judges, Mayor Michael H. McLaughlin, Police Chief John C. Pytlovany and Lenny Fitzsimmons. The winning pie was an Apple Crumble baked by the Powers family.

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2001 Broom Corn Festival Photos

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