Apple Festival 2018

Hartford Apple Festival Booth

HOT SAUSAGE SANDWICH: $5.00

HOMEMADE APPLE PIE: $9.00

THE MINISTRY OUR BOOTH PROVIDES: PRICELESS!!  

2018, 55th Annual Hartford Apple Festival, Sept. 21,22,23 ;  Routes 7 & 305 in HARTFORD, OHIO

HARTFORD- A parade, queen pageant, amusement rides, arm wrestling and lots of apples are in store for the 55th annual Hartford Apple Festival set for Friday to Sunday at the township center, state Routes 7 and 305.The free event will kick off 6 p.m. Friday with a Boy Scout Troop #90 flag-raising ceremony, with the queen ceremony at 7 p.m.,...… Sunday will include a nondenominational church service 10:30 a.m...........a car cruise-in at 1 p.m. at Hartford United Methodist Church parking lot...…..

     "This years event was "the" most successful endeavor by Hartford United Methodist Church by far!  Well over 100 pies were sold, along with 450 sausage sandwiches!  Starting at 6:00 p.m. on Friday night...9:00 a.m. till 11:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. till 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, H.U.M.C. "rocked" the Festival!"

                                                      ~ The 1801 HUMC Newsletter, October 2018

APPLE FESTIVAL BOOTH

    "What started out with being the slowest Friday we ever had at the Hartford Apple Festival turned into the absolute best year ever!  Charlie and I could not have made it through this year without everyone's help.  We made a profit of $3,687 to go towards the play ground equipment at the church.  Thank you all for your hard work!  Great job everyone!"

God Bless, 

Charlie and Carol Thornton

 SCOUTS…...

BOY SCOUT TROOP #90 were represented at the Festival with their "Flush-O-Matic" dunking booth...ingenious idea!  Also, our Cub Scout Pack #4090 had a booth selling sodas.  Both hold their meetings and events at our church.  Also, Girl Scout Troop #80142 hold their meetings twice a month in our Fellowship Hall.

 

SPECIAL THANKS TO STAN WADE TANKS.....

for storing and delivering our Apple Festival Booth!

……Also, F.Y.I.  Our booth was built three years ago by Bill Champ and John Giltner, with some assistance from Chartlie Thornton.  Well Done!  (Next year...paper towel holders!)