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October 17, 2001

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Wednesday, Oct, 17, 2001 'liB Inside Section B Q Arts & Entertainment Opinion & Perspective Letters to the Editor J Vitals Zeck Poh didn't want to miss an opportunity to be Included in a picture at the pumpkin patch end snuck into the very back. Others eager to show off the bright orange colors and hard work that had gone Into creating the patch included: Tiffany Painter, Tuesday Painter, Liberty Painter, and Pey- ton Painter, as well as Sabrina Poh. The pumpkin patch was set up as fund-raiser for Quincy Head Start. CaSsidy Rose Fairbanks stole the costume show in splendid Renais, o a o, by ndmeU . To add touch.,, - - .,mr was braided with flowers and ribbons that matched the colors of her Uke b son, ssemecl to be the sa . ing as soua Leek and his watebod the actllvltles frm: the sofnty of one of' benehe In freer of the eourthouoe. way of Photos by Victoria Metcalf Jennifer Mathes, 8, oame to the fell celebration dresmed as little wltoh, who captured the ruby Jppere from Dorothy. t Pumpkins have their cial place at the Mountain Harvest Festival in Quin- cy. This one was dressed up as a witch. Late Stack came to enjoy the costume parade and other festivities at the Mountain Harvest Festi- val. Late came dressed as a bright yellow Mrd. If Humpty Dumpty became famous for failing off wall, why can a pumpldn receive notoriety for skiing? , ~b~ L } headed up this year's cooking competition featurip goodies made with apples or pumpldn. Dutch Jason DiGuillo were this year's oleUlo l t .tosters., Amber Downey "and her little brother, Daniel, were a0- companled by Cnssle Petranoff at the Fall Mountain Harvest Festival. Amber guided the two youngsters around the front of the courthouse as they encouraged others to come and visit the pumpldn patch to benefit the Quincy Head Staxt program.