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Candids from June Wednesdays in Wintersville

Homemade dog treats were for sale thanks to participant Francesca Carinci
Blessed Sacrament Church Catholic Woman’s Club bake sale
Traci Corder of the Jefferson County Board of Elections was on hand to provide information on how to register to vote and to generate interest in being a poll worker. For information, call (740) 283-8522.
Mary Sadowski of Kolb Orchard in Hammondsville was among the vendors in the Farmers Market area.
Randy and Donna Henry
Ashley Agin of Bloomingdale, left, makes a purchase from Le’Ann Gibbons, secretary of the Unionport Chapter No. 360, Order of the Eastern Star
A father-daughter outing for Larry Neptune and Allison Neptune
The varied programs and services of the Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County are touted by its director, Mike Gray, with a bookmobile presence.

Today’s community page sports candids taken during the June installment of Wednesdays in Wintersville, which organizers said had “phenomenal” attendance before the four-hour community event was said and done.

It’s “Christmas in July” tomorrow for the next Wednesdays in Wintersville so expect to hear Christmas music, see Christmas shopping and catch sight of Santa Claus himself.

The event runs from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., features more than 70 vendors, food trucks, activities, the farmers market sponsored by the Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District and special promotions to purchase luminaria for a $5 donation for “Lights in the Night” on Dec. 3 in Wintersville. There also will be a toy drive going on with attendees encouraged to bring an unwrapped child’s gift to the event, leaving it at the informational booth at the corner of Main and Grove streets.

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