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Springville Apple Festival 2017

Apple Festival T-Shirt Design Kirk Brassfield was born and raised in the Central Valley area of Porterville and Lindsay, and currently resides in Beautiful Springville, CA. Kirk is a proud parent of 4 children, 3 boys and 1 girl and lives with his ‘better half’ Susan Davidson.  Kirk entered into the design contest at the advice of Susan and others as they felt he had a chance to design something unique.  “I am extremely honored to be chosen as the winner of this contest having memories of Springville and the Apple Festival growing up in this area and living in the immediate area for the majority of my life and now raising my children here.”  “I look forward to another beautiful Apple Festival this upcoming year, and am proud to be a first time participating vendor, selling wood crafts and furniture that I have created.”

Springville Apple Festival Committee Judi King - Event Chair Norma Inabinette -Administration Division Chair Josh Leever - Operations Division Chair Greg King - Applications Division Chair Susan Davidson - Secretary Sue Marcotte - Artisan Village Jerry McCleary - Treasurer Marilyn McMahon - Parliamentarian Chris Smith - Property Management Norma Inabinette - Permits/Insurance/Contracts Craig Payron - Fat Tire Classic Race Lisa Snyder - Apple Run Mike & Marilyn McMahon - Transportation Coordinators Norma Inabinette - Publicity Anne Beveridge - Volunteer Coordinator Melissa Lucas - Applications Team Judi King - Booth Assignments Christy Brown - Program and Poster Design Matt Moore - Operations Phyllis Taylor - Applications - Communications Entertainment - Derrick Usher Katie Smith - Family Fun Zone Top Row: Matt Moore, Greg King, Judi King, Chris Smith, Jerry McCleary and Sue Marcotte Bottom Row: Marilyn McMahon, Melissa Lucas, Mike McMahon and Norma Inabinette Not Pictured: Josh Lever, Ann Beveridge, & Christy Brown , Derrick Usher, Lisa Snyder, Phyllis Taylor, Susan Davidson, Craig Payron, & Steve Henry

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Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Hear Ye, WHEREAS: The Springville Community has united together for more than 150 years to share its rich history, heritage and culture; and

Saturday 7:00 AM

WHEREAS: History tells us that in the late 1800’s some bold pioneer spirits determined to plant apple orchards along the Western slope of the Sierra Nevada mountains and foothills; and

8:00 AM

WHEREAS: Then and now, Springville is officially recognized as the “Apple Capital” of Tulare County; and

9:00 AM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM

WHEREAS: The community pride of our citizens sparks a festive atmosphere throughout the year; and WHEREAS: The year of 2017 the Springville community is celebrating its 37th Annual Apple Festival; and

5:00 PM


WHEREAS: Visitors return again and again for the family-style, good old-fashioned fun-filled days of apples, food, arts, crafts and entertainment; and

7:00 AM

WHEREAS: The Springville community welcomes you on the weekend of October 21 and 22, this special fall festival, one of the four seasons of magnificent scenery, recreational opportunities, cattle country, historic sites and apple orchards;

8:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:30 AM 10:00 AM

Therefore be it resolved: We the Springville Chamber of Commerce do hereby proclaim the month of October, 2017 to be celebrated as Springville Apple Month.

11:00 AM

Springville, California Tulare County’s Apple Capital

Noon 4:00 PM

All Activities At The Springville Veterans Memorial Park Unless Another Location Noted

Free Shuttle & Parking At The Rodeo Grounds


Springville Mountain Lions Pancake Breakfast Apple Run - Start (pre-registered only) Meet on Bridge Street Booths Open Apple Run Awards Springville Mountain Lions Lunch Booths Close

Springville Mountain Lions Pancake Breakfast Fat Tire Classic Registration At Rio Vista Ave. Booths Open Kid’s Bike Race Fat Tire Classic Race Begins At Rio Vista Ave. Springville Mountain Lions Lunch Fat Tire Classic Race Awards At Rio Vista Ave. Booths Close

37th Annual Springville Apple Festival October 21 & 22, 2017 Located in the Heart of Downtown Springville, California The Official Springville Apple Festival Program Published by Christine Brown © 2017 If you would like to advertise in this publication email-

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82 Deluxe 82 Deluxe is a band with a new twist on your favorite Country & Rock songs. 82 consists of 4 seasoned musicians who have conspired to be different and stand above the rest. They’ve done this by not having a main lead singer and by sporting a fresh and different style. All the members sing, therefore, every song has a different flavor. Imagine your favorite tunes spiced up “outlawlike,” rockin’ with a lot of honky-tonk, the Bakersfield sound. That’s 82 Deluxe! Guaranteed to make you want to tap your foot, sing along, or get up and dance!

Apple Festival Music as: Hank 3, Blackberry Smoke, Wade Bowen, Randy Rogers Band, Buck Owens, Johnny Cash, The Derailers, BR549, Marty Stuart and the Superlatives, Chuck Mead, Merle Haggard, Lynrd Skynrd, Dwight Yoakum, and many more.

Members of 82 Deluxe have shared the stage with various recording artists such as: Kenny Chesney, Doug Supernaw, Roger Miller, Wylie and the Wild West, The Chop Tops, and The Smokin’ Armadillos, etc. 82 Deluxe appeals to all age groups. They are an energetic, hard working band having played over 100 dates in 2011. If you want a well dressed, professional, experienced band, you won’t be disappointed. Song lists include songs from various artists such

82 Deluxe will perform Saturday 12:00 - 4:00 Equinox will perform Sunday 12:00 - 4:00

Equinox timeless music alive. They have enjoyed hold over engagements at Don Vino’s in Porterville and Café Lafayette in Exeter. The blend of brass and guitar is a dynamic, unique sound. Guitarist Mark Carlisle has major label record credits with jazz trumpet legend Donald Byrd and as leader of the Domino Biscuit Trio featuring Tenor Sax great Freddie Moye. Meeting Joe Pass at Group IV Recording Studios in Hollywood was a huge inspiration. Mark also studied with jazz guitarist Jimmy Bruno in Philadelphia. In addition to the guitar chair in Equinox, Mark handles vocals on songs made Equinox is a Jazz duo formed by popular by Frank Sinatra and local musicians George Baker Tony Bennett. and Mark Carlisle. Performing music by Miles Davis, Chet Bak- George Baker has extensive exer and the American Songbook perience as a first call Trumpet masters, Equinox brings this and Flugelhorn artist. George

played Carnegie Hall with the Glenn Miller Tribute Big Band, worked with Woody Herman, and performs with College of the Sequoias Big Band. His career also includes six years as a musician on Norwegian Cruise Lines. George is an award winning music educator in Strathmore and provides arrangements for the duo.

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Raffle - RAFFLE Stop by the Artisan Village Be sure to visit the Artisan Village this weekend and stop in to see the beautiful table that is being raffled by the Apple Festival Committee. It is an occasional table in the Shaker style made of cherry wood. It was crafted and kindly donated by Jerry McCleary of Springville. Jerry is a master craftsman of furniture that has lived in Springville for over twenty five years. He is also the treasurer of the Apple Festival Committee.

Tickets are: $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00 Proceeds will go back to the Apple Festival, then back to the community. It is guaranteed you will relish this beautiful piece!

The Raffle is for a similar Shaker style occasional piece of handcrafted furniture in Cherry Wood.

Get Your Apple Fest T-Shirt at the Patton House or at the Information Booth at the Festival


We Appreciate Our Sponsors A Very Special Thank You Moore Backhoe Services Springville Volunteer Fire Company REACT Ron & Erma Marangi Waste Management Al Hirani & Family Porterville Boy Scout Troop # 132 Baker Commodities Springville Memorial District (park & parking) Springville Union School (parking) Sequoia Dawn Apartments (vendor booths & RV parking) Weisenberger’s Ace Hardware Tulare County Fire Station (Springville) CF Smith Realty Jerry McCleary King Ranch Frank’s At The Springville Inn Springville Building Supply (RV Parking & Supplies) Cal Trans SCICON Springville Rodeo Grounds (Parking Sierra View Medical Center

Sign Locations Fruit Growers River Island Real Estate The Orange Works Crouzet Irrigation David & Carrie Ertl Springville Building Supply

Apple Run

WalMart Distribution Cemter J. Poonian Partnership Ciderhouse Foods The Hamburger Stand Wild Oak Coffee House Quinn Atherton, Melson Realtor Family Healthcare Network Sierra Self Storage Scicon Springville School PHS Interact Club Frank’s at the Springville Inn Cowpunchers Cafe The Lighthouse

Property Owners & Tenants Ron & Erma Marangi Springville Building Supply Roady’s Towing The Hamburger Stand The Patton House Gift & Thrift Shop Sequoia Ranch/Borror Family Cooper Walden - Elster Building Sequoia Dawn Apartments Springville Inn Springville Memorial District Springville Park & Memorial Building Parking Lot Giffords Market Dr. Frank Baughman Tule River Laundry Robert Tucker Springville Rodeo Association Springville Union School

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Mountain Lions Club

Springville’s VFW POST 9499

Early Bird Pancake Breakfast 7:00 AM - Be There - In The Park

The “Famous VFW Apple Burrito” The “Famous VFW Apple Burrito” is now a very successful product and represents the Post’s biggest fund raiser. The Post mandate is to support Veterans, Widows of Veterans and Children of Veterans. The Springville VFW Post 9499 does that by funding a Porterville Community College endowment for qualified Veterans, donating to the Veterans home, disaster relief when needed, and the VFW blood donation account. The Post also supports local schools with the VFW National Essay Contest and scholarship monies to the graduation class at Springville School. They continue to look for ways to benefit Veterans and our local community.

The Springville Mountain Lions’ Club booth is located in Springville Memorial Park on the north side, next to the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office and Fire Station. The “Lions” have been participating in the Springville Apple Festival since its inception in 1980, and has been in the same location as it is at this Festival, in the Springville Veterans Memorial Park. Lions’ club members serve up their annual traditional breakfast starting at 7:00 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday of the Festival. The breakfast menu consists of pancakes and sausage along with applesauce and a beverage. Guests enjoy eating their breakfast while visiting with family, friends, neighbors and new acquaintances in the food court also located in the Springville Veterans Memorial Park. Lunch preparations begin around 10:30 a.m. on both Saturday and Sun-

day. The Lions’ lunch menu offers two choices; their famous barbequed tritip cole slaw burritos, served with chili beans and corn on the cob or their barbequed chicken wings served with chili beans and corn on the cob. Maintaining a booth year after year at the Springville Apple Festival helps the Springville Mountain Lions raise additional funds to invest back in to our community by supporting local youth activities such as school events, boys and girls scout troops and addons for Springville youth at the Porterville Fair, plus scholarships for local Springville youth graduates. The Springville Mountain Lions Club expresses their gratitude to all the attendees of the Springville Apple Festival who help in their fund-raising efforts by having their breakfast and lunch meals at their booth year after year.

The Post is small in numbers, but big in community goals.

Get Your Apple Fest T-Shirt at the Patton House or at the Information Booth at the Festival

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Springville Arts Council The project is a volunteer effort sponsored by the Arts Council and supported by donations from the Springville Chamber of Commerce with additional funds generously coming from the Women’s Club & the Community Club and from the citizens of Springville, Porterville, Visalia & Bakersfield.

We are currently building our mosaic panels in a barn on Les & Ying Ying Pinter’s property just south of Springville. We build our mosaic panels on backer board which we install on the wall. Anyone interested in more informaThe mosaic process is a tion or involveteam effort – we work to- ment, please call gether as a group to achieve Frances & Jim Pyles at 539-3243. our results. We have a “cartoon” or basic design lay- We extend sincere and hearty out; but this is a dynamic thanks to all the wonderful process and each section people who have participated evolves as we work, with in the Mosaic Wall Project input from the participants. through these last 13 Anyone can participate – years!! We wouldn’t be we work every Thursday where we are today Brenda Martin & George Cruz cutting morning. You are welcome without all of you!! pieces of tile for mosaic to simply come & watch!! The mission of the Springville Arts Council is to realize the artistic creative potential of the greater Springville community by encouraging and promoting public arts projects and programs which enliven and enrich our population and compliment our cultural heritage and natural surroundings. You may have noticed the Mosaic Wall Project in downtown Springville.  The Mosaic Wall Project is one of the seven original proposals to go forward from the Springville Arts Council in 2004.  This project received overwhelming support from the Springville community. 


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Ying Ying Pinter, Brenda Martin & Sally Henry working on grouting all the mosaic pieces at the wall

Larry Otter a Springville Denizen & Local Treasure Larry Otter began his journey from surveyor to book seller early on when he became president of the Dennison Ditch. The Dennison Ditch takes water from the North Fork of the Tule River about eleven miles north of Springville and diverts it for private irrigation. Often, land in Springville comes with ownership of ditch water, a valuable asset, that can be sold with or without land attached. Says Larry: I found that we were completely ignorant of our rights and the techniques available to measure our take-out.” Larry set out to rectify his ignorance by reading and researching California water laws. “I found a very readable, out-of-print copy of the 1955 California water law classic that everyone in the State Water Resources Control Board had on their desk.” He went on to have it reprinted and made available to the public again. Then he

reasoned: “it would be helpful to have books addressing all aspects of California water together and available from one source” as he: “found it a fascinating study and hoped others might also find it so.” Larry put together a website: and added books on California water history, the State Water Project, Indian water rights, California rivers that flood in the spring and dry up in the fall, California geology, flow measurement, and groundwater movement. At first his efforts yielded only limited interest. So, “I added books on local history and natural science like Floyd Otter’s “Men of Mammoth Forest” and put it all together in the website. Although his website was not a runaway success, Larry reports “it brought in enough money to pay the fees on the website, but not much more.”

Springville Surveyor To Bookseller So, Larry started selling through Amazon, which was a little better. Amazon has a large number of followers, so, in spite of their fees, he could make enough to buy more books. Larry tells us: “I have even shipped books to Japan & Australia.” When a local author, known especially for her book: “The Magic of My Mountains”, Elli Norris, decided to retire & leave the area Larry bought up a large portion of her books and promised to try to retail them through Amazon for half the profit. This worked pretty well and soon others like local Kathy Everett and longtime resident, Hector Tellez and his wife, began giving Larry estate sale books and collectables from their seemingly inexhaustible supplies. Since Amazon fees, didn’t warrant marketing anything for less than $5.00, everything under $5.00 goes to Kathy for sale at her thrift shop in downtown Springville.

up with Steve Henry of Zero-One Computing to remake his website. Larry’s website is evolving and to make it more attractive, he has eliminated shipping charges.

Larry’s new enterprise as a bookseller of local history, laws, natural sciences and geology is, to him: “An exciting adventure; Larry has bolstered his collec- we will see where it goes.” To tion of available books for sale by check out Larry’s website, go to adding used books of which he has more than a 1000. He teamed

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Soon, Mark was called on to make ice cream for all the family making enthusiasm. Mark Merritt events including weddings, spewas the man to talk to. Mark said cial holidays, and outings. his fascination with ice cream I ask, “how do you keep it cold making began when he watched when you go on a picnic?” From and helped make ice cream with Mark: “I once made ice cream and his Grandpa at family gatherings took it all the way to Arizona. You when he was about 5 years old. keep it cold with ice and salt.

The Art of the Ice Cream Maker We are so blessed to have the Wild Oak Coffee House, a wonderful little coffee house in our community. I stumbled by there one day on my way out of town. Having left home without breakfast or coffee, I just had to stop. What I found was a coffee house that not only served sandwiches, coffee, pastries and other assorted delights, but homemade ice cream too! The menu for ice cream exceeded anything you may find elsewhere in your travels. So, I had to dig into this a little further. I got my first taste at the Springville Chamber of Commerce’s Cellers & Chefs, an annual wine and food tasting event. As it turned out, I discovered Elizabeth’s father was the ice cream maker (Elizabeth owns and operates Wild Oak Coffee House). Of course, my curiosity was peaked. I went down to Springville to meet this gentleman to find out what started his ice cream

Vanilla was the choice back in the old days and the only choice, never thinking of adding all kinds of fruit, nuts and other flavors to the mix. As time went by, Mark’s kids began asking for more flavors …. where do these children get all these ideas? Well, I guess they just think them up like, I want chocolate, I want nuts and so on. Mark proceeded to improvise and came up with a long menu of various flavors.

ents – real cream, milk, half and half, sugar or honey as sweeteners, along with fresh, wholesome ingredients for flavorings. Mark has even come up with dairy-free ice cream if that suits your fancy made of coconut milk, almond milk and tapioca starch along with some sugar.

When that melts along the way you need to bleed off the water and replenish the ice and salt.” He kind of baby sits it while on the road.

Mark makes ice cream the old-fashioned way with a hand crank just like it was made back in the old days with a wooden ice cream maker called a White Mountain Freezer that makes 2 ½ gallons at a time. He claims: “It actually tastes better when it is handmade or hand-cranked as they say and in small batches.”

It was not long before family and friends started sending Mark ideas and recipes for their flavor wants. From his own mother, he got “fried peach” ice cream, cerMarks loves making ice tainly an original if there ever was cream, it’s a therapy minisone. try. He says ice cream and Jesus keeps him sane. He also makes ice cream for fund raisers; an activity that is both an enjoyment and a relaxation that makes him find Mark Merritt’s Old Fashion Ice Cream peace and makes people happy. At the 37th annual Apple Fes- As you peruse the Apple Festitival you can choose from a huge val, don’t forget to check out the variety of ice cream flavors at the Wild Oak Coffee House on Bridge Wild Oak Coffee House including Street, across from the fire statwo flavors Mark is working on tion. just for this event: “Pumpkin Pe- Mark’s ice cream will put a smile on can” and “Apple Pie.” your face. Mark uses the finest ingredi-


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Lisa Metzler, Creator of Unique Seaglass Jewelry

“Artisan Village”

envision. All of her distinctive creations echo the themes of redemption and purpose. Lisa enjoys making jewelry because she loves to create things of beauty. She is happy to share her jewelry with you so that you can enjoy them as well. Her favorite materials include natural gemstones and natural seaglass, as well as earth friendly recycled craft glass. The uniqueness of her jewelry is due to the fact that as an artist, she is completely self-taught. She got her beginning when her daughter asked her to make a pair of seaglass earrings as a birthday gift. Lisa found a small bag of seaglass at a shell shop near the beach in Morro Bay. Then she found photos of seaglass earrings on the internet. After seeing a few examples, she made a pair of earrings for her daughter’s birthday.  So began her distinctive style of jewelry design. Since Lisa is completely self-taught, you will never find another artist’s work that looks like hers, nor will you ever find any two of her creations that look exactly alike.

Beautiful beaded gourd created by Sam McKinney

Sam McKinney has been creating beautiful beaded gourd art since 1998. Her training has been with some of the most prominentgourd To create her unique jewelry, Lisa selects a teachers in the west. Sam’s work has been on piece of glass, decides what color wire she fanA Master Craftsman made a beautiful glass. display in Arizona and California. She is a cies, unfurls the wire, and begins wrapping the It was purchased by a selfish man, used for a member of the California Gourd Society, the glass with twirls and swirls.  Once the piece is time and thrown into the sea.  The once beauAmerican Gourd Society, and the Kaweah Arfinished, she checks it for integrity making sure tiful glass broke into pieces as it was pounded tisans. Sam also teaches beading classes at her it is secure in all areas, and that it does not have against the shore by the cruel waves. Its sharp studio in Lindsay, CA. any sharp edges that could scratch skin or catch edges were transformed into soft delicate on clothing.  Lisa then names her creation and Sam can be reached at curves. After many years, the glass washed up sets it in an attractive gift box for display. If you have an interest in gourd art, stop by her on shore and it was found by the Master Craftsbooth in the Artisan Village during the Apple man. Recognizing his original creation, He The Springville Apple Festival is the only street was moved by the new textures and shapes the fair Lisa regularly attends. She has created a Fest. harsh sea had added to his work. He wrapped series of apple-themed necklaces and earrings it in sparkling wire with colorful glass beads, for the festival, as well as a holiday series that thus creating a necklace and giving the glass includes beautiful Christmas tree necklaces and new purpose. The glass in its new form is a earrings. You will also find Lisa’s one of a kind symbol of how our hearts can become uniquely jewelry on sale in her online in her shop, Lilsuited for noble purposes only our Creator can The inspiration behind Lisa’s work is exemplified by her parable, “The Master Craftsman and the Seaglass.”

Lindsay Dion - Stained Glass Artist & Weaver Since I was a small child, I have always been compelled to make handcrafts. From the time I could hold my first seed bead in my 4 year old hands, I have been driven to create. They say “follow your bliss and the money will come” and that is just what I have been able to do. For the past 20 years I have had a successful stained glass studio, where I have crafted hundreds of custom stained and leaded glass windows for churches and private residences. But, during that time, I also practiced my passion for all types of handcrafts including, but not limited to weaving, spinning, beading and quilting I call myself a “color junkie” because ev-

erything I love to do involves combining or manipulating color in some way, be it hand dyeing fibers for my handwoven garments and yarns, to finding just the right colors for a stained glass window . Some of my many interests include, weaving, spinning, quilting, jewelry making, painting, knitting and of course stained glass. Lately I have been exploring hand weaving and have been weaving and dyeing cocoon jackets. A simple but elegant design which showcases the handwoven and hand dyed fabric to its best advantage. Stained Glass Sculpture by Linday Dion

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t who ple Fes w o k n t he Ap ver e n at You ow up h s will

Family Fun Zone

Huge Jump 4 Joy Obstacle Course & Carnival Games

The Kids Had aGreat Time at t h e Zone Last Year Face Painting, Archery & Pony Rides !

“Family Fun Zone” 3rd year and running will be under the direction of The Lighthouse. Located in the center of town near the Springville Post Office. Come see what’s new this year !


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Great Apple Pie Recipe Pie Crust 2 ½ cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon white sugar 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup solid vegetable shortening (cold) 1/3 cup ice water plus 1 tablespoon if needed

Sandy thinks she’s going to make a pie out of us.

Combine flour, sugar and salt Cut in 1 cup cold vegetable shortening (I use Crisco’s buttery-flavored shortening) When the mixture is the size of a pea or smaller, add scant 1/3 cup of ice water and mix with your hands until the dough forms a ball. Add small amounts of additional water if necessary. Do Not Kneed. Form the ball into two equal parts, wrap with cling wrap and refrigerate while you prepare the filling. Pie Filling

For spicier pie – add ½ teaspoon allspice, or nutmeg Approximately 3 lbs. of apples – mixed varieties For more tang if using a less tart apple, add 1 tablespoon of lemon are okay if they are of similar denseness Butter or margarine – 4 pats 3 tablespoons of flour ½ - ¾ cups sugar (depending on tartness of Peel, core and slice apples to a uniform size for apples) a yield of 2 – 2 ¼ lbs sliced apples per pie. Fuji 1 heaping teaspoon of cinnamon apples make a great pie or you can use a tart ½ teaspoon salt

Apple Pies! apple like a Granny Smith. Add flour, sugar, freshly squeezed lemon juice, cinnamon and salt. Adjust sugar depending on how sweet the apples are. Roll our the lower crust and line a 9” pie tin. Mound the apples into the pie pan – they cook down a lot so be generous. Place 4 pats of butter or margarine on top. Brush the outer rim of the lower crust with water. Roll out and place the top crust on. Pinch the two crusts together and trim the crust to an inch overlapping the lip of the pie tin. Roll the crust and crimp. Vent the upper crust with a knife keeping the vents away from the rim. Bruch the top crust with a little water and sprinkle the with a teaspoon of sugar and a pinch of cinnamon. Bake at 425 degrees for a half hour, then lower the temperature to 350 degrees, put a cookie sheet under the pie and bake another half hour or until the filling is bubbling. A crust guard is a wise investment to keep the crust from burning. Cool completely to allow the filling to thicken. If you want to serve warm, reheat for 15 minutes in a 350 degree oven.

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Springville’s New Gem on Main Street Below the California Mountains in the beautiful little town of Springville , Ca is where you can find Totally Tina’s Fabrics. After learning how to sew in the 7th grade Tina wanted to share her love of sewing with the public. Totally Tina’s Fabrics is a family owned and operated established in 2010. After five years of being located in Porterville, Tina is thrilled to bring Springville its very first fabric and quilting boutique. Totally Tina’s Fabrics offers only the highest quality products at the most reasonable prices. Fabric name brands such as Benartex, Moda , RJR, Westminster Fabrics, Riley Blake and

many more. What could be more glorious than to sew with the highest quality 100% cotton fabrics from the top fabrics manufactures. Looking to have your sewing machine serviced? TTFabrics machine


service department has been trained by top professionals and will keep your machine running smooth and efficient. Providing sewing machine service and repair to the Tulare, Kern and Fresno Counties TTFabrics has built a reputation for quality service at a reasonable price. Custom Embroidery, if you are looking to make that special gift a little more special, try custom embroidery. TTFabrics can embroidery names or initials to make plain towels, bathrobes, baby blankets or clothing extra special and personal. For those interested in fiber creativity, Tina offers personal one/one

classes for that project whether it be sewing baby gifts, clothing, home sewing or quilting. No experience is necessary, just a desire to learn and create. Tina does all this while bringing

quilting into the modern era. She began Modern Quilting, due to her young adult children, who really enjoyed the more modern aspects of quilts. “The reason I love modern quilting is the simplicity and minimalistic of designs. You can pretty much take any abstract concept and incorporate it into a quilt.” With modern quilting, solid fabrics are the star of the show. Mixing solid fabrics using the same color on different tonal wave, is exciting and fresh approach

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to quilting. “I’ve been designing my own patterns for modern quilt lately, and I have enjoyed working on new methods and exploring new techniques” said Tina. Come by and to see this hidden gem of a fabric boutique, located in the Historic Elster Building here in Springville. You too will be creatively inspired.

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Cowboy Up In Springville ! The small town of Springville is unique in that it still has it’s Old West flair. Each year our Western Events include; the famous Springville Rodeo, Hot Summer Nights Bull Bash, Springville Rodeo Parade and the Jackass Mail Run. Where else can you see real cowboys & cowgirls, spurs on boots at the cafe, see cattle dogs riding atop hay bales going down the road in a pick-up truck? Is Springville part of California? Unusual Wild Pig found at the Apple Fest

Life size metal sculpture by Mark Asprey Springville Metal Artist

Huge Hoseshoe Catus by Paul Owens

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The Mountain Apple Stand of Yesteryear

Springville has a long history of having the best apples in the country. Actually, we are declared “the Apple Capital of Tulare County�. This old time photo circa 1940 is of George Franz standing in front of the Rock Market which is still standing near the Springville Elementry School.


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Springville Women’s Club Apple pies and apple tarts are homemade and sold at our booth in the Springville Park close to the gazebo. The pies and tarts are made, baked, and sold by the members of our club. This is one of two fund raisers we have for our club. The second being our food booth at the rodeo each year in April. Our club uses our funds raised by these two fund raisers to support the youth of our local community. We help out with different projects, field trips, and scholarships at Springville Unified School. Any women living in the Springville area is welcome to join us and expect to experience good fellowship, eats, and FUN, FUN, FUN!!!

Christmas in Springville Each year, in the month of December the residents of Springville gather together in the “Park” while the “Springville Volunteer Fire Company” lights up the evergreen tree ushering in the Christmas season. Also, during this celebration the “Company” has a Memorial Tree in which residents remember: fallen soldiers, friends, loved ones and past residents with their names being mentioned and a candle lit on their behalf. During the month of November the “Company” collects food from the community to distribute to the needy residents of Springville to make their Thanksgiving and Christmas celebration a little brighter.

Contact the Springville Women’s Club P.O. Box 541, Springville CA

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Apple Run - For All Ages Follows Cow Paths Along the Tule River We Welcome our new Apple Run Team & we thank our past team ! Thanks Alex Reed-Krase & Nancy Bruce for all your hard work in the past.

We have organized a new Apple Run team this year, so we have a lot of work cut out for us. Trying to replace the veterans, Alex Reed-Krase and Nancy Bruce won’t be an easy task, but we have an energetic team willing to take over this Amazing Apple Run race. Gregg and Lisa Snyder, along with Kent Delperdang, and Don and Andy Crocker who will maintain the course will be the committee organizing the Apple


Run race this year and into the future. The race takes place on Borror Ranch property, offering a 10K trail run, 5K run and a 2 mile walk, as well as a kids’ run, making this a race in which the entire family can participate. The start line is on Bridge Street next to the Springville Park, with the kids run starting at 8:00 am and the adult races following at 8:30 am. Runners can register online at

applerun. Prices are $20 for kids’ run and $30 for adults. Prices increase on October 7 to $25 for kids and $35 for adults. Registration closes on October 14 and race day registration will not be available. Refreshments donated by Wal-Mart Distribution Center are offered to all runners at the end of the race. An awards assembly will follow the runs at approximately 10:00 am at the Springville Park. Raffle prizes

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will be awarded as well as homemade medals from Springville school students for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishers in each division. Wal-Mart Distribuition Center as well as other local businesses generously donate raffle prices and goody bag swag each year. A special prize will be given for anyone who can break the course record. Runners also receive a 2017 Apple Run T-shirt.

Large Crowds Unusual Characters

And a Touch of Halloween Filled the Air

Springville Apple Festival 2017


Springville Inn Comes Alive The heart of Springville has been reopened ! Nestled at the base of the Sequoia National Park, the near century old Springville Inn has life once again. Boasting fresh, modern, newly renovated rooms with country charm catching the likes of photographers, bloggers, celebrities filming in the area and host to the heroes of the Pier Fire, it's no wonder this little gem was desperately missed by the locals when the lights were out. Since the reopen, Frank's at the Springville Inn has been buzzing! Promising to bring an All-American, gourmet, comfort food menu with a Canadian twist you won't find a place like this for another hundred miles. Freshness and quality are the esteemed Chef James' number one priority. "We want the guests to have an experience, not just a meal." he noted. Springville Inn general manager, Carol MacDonald, is busy with the Holiday Season fast approaching. Beaming she said, "We are already booking spring weddings, Thanksgiving and Christmas party events. Now, we are looking forward to adding Paint Nights. Our sommelier, Storey has been busy with Frank’s very


Left; Harley Rentals are ready to ride. Above; Springville Inn as it was circa 1911 as the Wilkinson Building popular, generally sold out Wine Wednesday in our wine cellar. Want to take a ride to our beautiful mountains and forest? We have Harley motorcycle rentals available and the package comes with hotel stay and breakfast for two. We have been very well received since opening and are excited for what is to come.� Open 7 days a week Sunday through Thursday 7am - 9pm and until 12am Friday and Saturday night. To book a large party or a room reservation contact or visit

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Dennis Townsend was born and raised in Porterville as was his wife, Cece. The couple, married for 35 years, met at Monache High School 40 years ago and have been together ever since. After much prayer, honest counsel and consideration they decided a few months ago that it was time for Dennis to take another step in public service by asking the voters of Tulare County’s 5th District to allow him to be their voice in the county. Dennis is a local architect and owner of Townsend Architectural Group in Porterville. After graduating from MHS and obtaining his Associate of Arts degree in Architecture from the College of the Sequoias in 1981, he followed by graduating Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. His 5th year of architectural studies was completed in Florence, Italy. After graduating, Dennis & Cece chose to return to Porterville to live near both of their families. Dennis worked as an Architectural Intern and Architect for Wayne F. Harris and Associates, Inc. and R.L. Schafer and Associates, Inc. He worked for Hobbs Architectural Group before opening Townsend Architectural Group in 2001. Over the years working and living in Porterville and Springville, Townsend has been and remains involved in many community service and volunteer organizations. He is a past president of the Sierra Sunrise Rotary Club and current youth service director. As president, he received the International President’s award and is a multiple Paul Harris fellow.

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schools, he served as a business advisory board member for Porterville College and served as a guest lecturer for past 5th District Supervisor Jim Maples. He later took over two of Maple’s classes as adjunct faculty when he was elected as Supervisor. At the high school level Townsend served on several trade advisor boards within the Porterville Unified School District (PUSD) prior to the initiation of the first Pathway program at Harmony Magnet Academy (HMA). He has served for several years on the advisory board for HMA and provided mentoring, guest lecturing, critiques, mock interviews, and internships for the Academy of Engineering students. Habitat for Humanity “Building Hope in Porterville,” is another cause Townsend has been committed to for several years. Donating new home plans for two families and serving as the volunteer coordinator, he has seen many success stories in Porterville over the past several years. In 2012 he and the committee each received the U.S. President’s service award for efforts with Habitat for Humanity.

Since its inception about 10 years ago Townsend has served on the Man Alive planning board selecting and coordinating keynote speakers and local pastors teaching breakout sessions for the annual men’s event. He also serves as an elder at Lighthouse Chapel where he and his wife are a part of the worship team and teach a weekly in-home Bible study. Townsend currently serves as PresiTownsend is a graduate of Leadership dent of the Sierra View Foundation, an Porterville and has since served as a organization formed to raise funds and sponsor and mentor. Working with local advocate for Sierra View Medical Cen-

ter (SVMC). The foundation contributes about $50,000 per year to SVMC from proceeds raised through the Sierra View Foundation Gala, golf tournaments, and individual donors. Townsend is a past Porterville Chamber of Commerce board member and currently serves on the Governmental Affairs Committee. He is also a member of the Springville Chamber of Commerce and was honored by that organization as “Man of the Year,” in 2009.

U.S. and the world. Hand-in-hand with Ag concerns is the need to encourage and incentivize new development, business and industry. The county needs to consider even better methods to invite, encourage, and assist job-creating and economy-boosting entities to live, work, and grow in our communities in the immediate future. District 5 is comprised of much of the foothill and mountain areas including Sierra National Forrest and the Giant Sequoia National Monument. The county needs to continue its advocacy Townsend was appointed to the Tufor forest access and better hands-on lare County Association of Governments management to improve the health of (TCAG) about 5 years ago and is curthis great resource. rently serving in his second term. TCAG is composed of the Supervisors from Partnering with incorporated cities and all 5 districts and the Mayor or Council other counties, Townsend believes we member from every incorporated city in can present a more influential voice to the county. Townsend cites his experi- state and federal representatives and ence on the board as one of three “at- agencies with regard to local issues. large” members for piquing his interest Townsend is very supportive of the work in serving as Supervisor. of the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department and believes in prioritizing support At his campaign kickoff event on August for law enforcement and fire protection 25, Townsend provided an overview of to continue the excellent service we curthe issues he will be particularly focused rently receive from these departments. on as the 5th District Supervisor. At the Townsend is honored to be a member top of the list are water concerns for of Sheriff Boudreaux’s Sheriff’s Personal agriculture, development and individual Outreach Team (S.P.O.T.) where he has property owners with the advent of the been privileged to interact with many of Sustainable Groundwater Management the leadership teams in the department. Act (SGMA). Acknowledging the current and upcoming challenges, Townsend Townsend’s kickoff was well attended wants to see individual property rights by representatives from numerous secpreserved, stakeholder voices being tors of our communities including private heard and an increased focus on stor- employers, workers, elected officials, age and use of surface water for irriga- and ranchers to name a few. If elected tion and recharge along with the current Townsend says he will listen to and be a focus on pumping and conservation. strong voice for all residing in District 5 Agricultural interests must be protected and an advocate for central valley conas the backbone of the valley’s econo- cerns in general. my and a major provider of food for the

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19th annual Fat Tire Classic

The 8 mile course runs through the Sequoia Ranch with a “particularly breathtaking descent through Dead Cow Gulch named for the perfect intact skeleton of a cow.”

We welcome Craig Payron our new Fat Tire director & we thank Beck Henry for his many years of service ! Photo by Chris Hatounian

Time: Check-in and late registration at 8:00 am race day. This year there will be an express lane for all who registered early and a t-shirt that fits you. Racing at 10:00 am sharp. Awards: First three places in each category. “King & Queen of the Hill” - 1st racer to the top of the climb gets $100 cash prize! Raffle tickets for all participants with loads of cool prizes! Plus we’re gonna serve you a delicious free lunch!


Cost: $45.00 beginners, sport, expert, single speed & Clydesdale. Includes: T-shirt (register early so you’ll get one!) raffle ticket and lunch. Kids Race (11 yrs & younger) starts at 9:30 am. Registration begins at 8:45 am. NO ENTRY FEE! Must show up with parent or legal guardian to register. Lots of prizes!! Helmet required.

2016 KING OF THE HILL- Jeremiah Root (10th consecutive title) 2016 QUEEN OF THE HILL-Lora Baggiolino

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Patton House Gift & Thrift The Patton House Gift & Thrift Shop is the little jewel of Springville. The house was built in the late 19th century for Alonso and Annette Belle Patton whose pictures are found over the archway when you enter the door. It was later acquired by others who first rented it and eventually sold it to the Springville Community Club in the late 1970’s. Under the Club’s ownership, the Patton House has served the community for more than three decades as a gift and thrift shop with proceeds returning to the community in the form of scholarships, sponsorships, and other monetary donations. The Patton House Gift & Thrift Shop receives donated items of clothing, small appliances, kitchen items, bedding, linens, and home décor which are sold at amazingly low prices. “We are our own best customers” is a sentiment nearly every volunteer cashier has shared over the years. The shop is staffed

entirely by volunteers from the Community Club. In the gift shop, visitors can buy unique homemade knitted items like baby cowboy boots, afghans, aprons, little girls’ dresses and sweaters, handmade purses and other items. The store is a wonderful way for local crafters to market their creations. The Patton House also features locally produced foods like Armstrong Olives, Eagle Olive Oil, honey, apple jams, jellies, syrups and granola and assorted nuts. It also boasts a wide selection of greeting cards and you will find soaps, lotions, knick knacks, yard art, and the list goes on. Stop by anytime. The Patton House is open 363 days a year, closing only on Christmas and Thanksgiving. Hours are from 10 AM to 4PM and the phone number is 559539-3993.

Springville’s Patton House serves as headquarters for the Springville Community Club, sponsors of the Springville Apple Festival.

Get Your 2017 Springville Apple Festival T-Shirts At the Apple Festival or Patton House

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Springville Apple Festival Food & Vendor Guide See Map in Centerspread for Booth Locations INFORMATION BOOTHS Apple Festival Committee Information Booth Check-In Booth 210, Tule River Drive & Highway 190 Apple Festival T-Shirts Booth P-2, Springville Park ACTIVITIES

ART Cont. Ron Zanini Exotic Wood Boxes Booth AV#5&6 Manuel Abad Oil Painting Booth AV#7 Candy Medina Watercolor & Acrylic Painting Booth AV#8

Apple Run – Saturday Kids Run: 8:00 a.m. Adult 2K,5K,10K Foot Races: Ralph Johns Barrel Furniture 8:30 a.m. Start: Rio Vista off Bridge Street Booth AV#9 Baby Café Breastfeeding Station Family Town Booth 136 Sequoia Dawn Family Fun Zone Games and Family Activities Next to the Post Office

Garen’s Welding Welding Sculptures Booth AV#10

Andrea Fitzpatrick Fiber Arts -Booth AV#1 Sam McKinney Gourd Art - Booth AV#2 Bill Warner Musical instrument Booth AV#3 Lisa Metzler Sea Glass Jewelry Booth AV#4


Sammy Norteye Hand Wooven Baskets Booth 125 Sequoia Dawn CLAY-CERAMICS POTTERS Reedley Clayworks Pottery Stone Ware Booth 119 Sequoia Dawn Pearsall Stoneware Pottery & Ceramics Booth 201-202 DIVERSIFIED CRAFTS Everything U Can Imagine Jewelry, Incense & T-Shirts Booth 348

The Tuesday Group Painting, various media Booth AV#11

Corinna Borunda Sandals, Hats, Tutus, Shirts & Bags Booth 105 Sequoia Dawn

Glen Hill Oil Painting Booth AV#12

Support Our Troops Patriotic & Military Items Booths 102 & 103 Sequoia Dawn

Fat Tire Classic - Sunday Mountain Bike Racing: 10:00 a.m. Start: Rio Vista off Bridge Street Lindsay Dion Stained Glass, Weaving Booth AV#13 ART Artisan Village Craft & Art Demonstrators Highway 190 & Tule Drive 14 Booths for Exploration


Joy Collier Acrylic Painting Booth AV#14 Springville Art Council Mosaic Wall Project Exhibit Booth 310 Barbara Mason Photographs Booth 143 Sequoia Dawn Ancient Winds Native American Music Booth 101 Sequoia Dawn

Sherrie Ly Sand Animal Stuffs & Flower Plants Booth101A Sequoia Dawn California Wildflowers Travel Accessories, Checker & Purses Booth 349 Tropical Wood Expressions Necklaces, Hairclips, Dresses & Ponchos Booth 153 Sequoia Dawn Pamela Needham Rustic Wood, Sewn & Vintage Items Booth 152 Sequoia Dawn Ali Sitthiso Lamps, Mobiles & Key Chains Booth 145 Sequoia Dawn

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DIVERSIFIED CRAFTS Cont. Welma Vang Handbags, T-Shirts & Sweatshirts Booth 350 & 115 Sequoia Dawn Joann Xie Vintage Pocket Watches & Embroidered Dresses Booth114 Sequoia Dawn Coastal Wood Factory Wood Bowls, Jewelry & Ponchos Booths 110 & 111 Sequoia Dawn FABRIC CRAFTS Apple Festival Committee Official Springville Apple Festival T-Shirts Booth P-2 Patton House Gift & Thrift T-Shirts, Sweats, General Clothing Patton House Orange Blossom Quilters Quilts Booth 352 Juanita Bush Aprons, Towels, Blankets & Stockings Booth 122 Sequoia Dawn Connie Ervin Rugs, Quilts & Crochet Items Booth 157 Sequoia Dawn Sharon Ervin Bibs, Scarves & Blankets Booth 158 Sequoia Dawn Eloisa Garcia Embroidered Towels, Aprons & Blankets Booth 104 Sequoia Dawn Norma Gauna Handmade Aprons & Baby Items Booth 346

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JPK Artists Handmade Skull Caps, Baby Bibs, Purses Booth 127 Sequoia Dawn

Kirk Brassfield Homemade Wood Products Highway 190

LuLaRoe Clothing Dresses, Skirts & Tops Booth 403 Sequoia Dawn

Golden State Snacks Nuts, Dried Fruit, Candy Booth Park 8


Endless Journey Clothing Shirts, Hats & Hoodies Booth 405 Sequoia Dawn

Hot & Sizzling Grill Lamb, Chicken & Sausage Sandwiches Booth G

Creative Crafts by Becca String Backpacks, Child Ponchos & Team Bears Booth 109 Sequoia Dawn JEWELRY & CRAFTS JP’s Creations Hand Designed Jewelry Booth 108 Sequoia Dawn Old Guy Silversmithing Southwestern Handcrafted Jewelry Booth 142 Sequoia Dawn

Apple Burritos Springville VFW Post 9499 Booth 211 Apples, Apple Pies & Apple Bread Edwards Orchard Booths 221 & 222 Baked Apple Pies Springville Women’s Club Booth F Caramel Apples Boy Scouts Troop 137 Booth Park 3

White Feather Creations Native American Jewelry, Dream Catchers & Stones Apple Cobbler & Apple Booth 116 & 117 Sequoia Dawn Cookies Something Sweet Bakery KIDS STUFF Booth Park 1

Chiame Jade & Stone Jewelry Booth 404 Sequoia Dawn Lovely Memorable Lockets Necklaces, Charms & Lockets Booth 418 Sequoia Dawn SeneGence Cosmetics Booth 417 Sequoia Dawn FOOD TREATS Springville Mountain Lions Pancake Breakfast,Tri-tip Burritos & Chicken Booth Park 4-5

Chuck Anderson Wood Toys & Clocks Booths 155 & 156 Sequoia Dawn

Sliced Apples & Caramel Cub Scouts Booth 354

Gifford’s Market Tri-Tip Sandwiches, Beef & Pork Ribs Booth 223

Dan DeGree Climbing Wall Family Fun Zone

Apple Granola, Butter & Bread Cider House Foods Booth Park 9

Cowpuncher’s Café Buffalo Burgers, Fries & Apple Desserts Highway 190


Tasty Creations Tex-Mex Booth S Sequoia Dawn

Lillian Montoya Face Painting Booth 137 SD Wooden You Like Em’ Wooden Toys Booth 131 Sequoia Dawn WINDCHIMES Gari’s Windchimes Windchimes & Spinners Booth 271-272

Scentsy Candles, Warmers, Oils & Scents Philly Cheesecake Booth 402 Sequoia Dawn Sandwiches & Fast Food Booth A Ma’s Trading Company Hats, Sunglasses & Toys S & B First Cook Booth 401 Sequoia Dawn BBQ, Chicken Teriyaki, & Egg Rolls J’s Little Boutique Booth B Makeup, Gloves, Sunglasses & Clothing Booths 419 &420 Sequoia Dawn

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B-Food International Gyros, Philly Cheese Steak, Sausage & Fries Booth K Sequoia Dawn Ralph Keeling Funnel Cakes & Fingers, Strawberries & Chocolate Booth R Oh Slo-Good! Caramels, Turtles, & Apple Cookies Booth 263 Randy’s Road House BBQ Tri-Tip & Chicken Booth N Sequoia Dawn Valley Almond Delight Pre-packaged Nuts Booth 233 K-9 Acres Corn Dogs, Funnel Cakes Booth L Sequoia Dawn Gaby’s Hotdogs Hotdogs, Hamburgers, & Nachos Booth A Pepe’s Snack Shack Snow Cones, Cotton Candy, & Nachos Booths 257-258 Fruit Friz Smoothies Booth I Continued Next Page


Apple Festival Food & Vendor Guide FOOD TREATS Cont. Too Pooped To Pop Kettle Korn Kettle Corn Booths 261-262 The Chocolate Factory Chocolate Dipped Items Booth T Sequoia Dawn Sierra Mountain Grill Burgers, Fries, Apple Tacos, & Nuggets Booths 411 - 413

Top of the Hill Jams Pre-made Jams Booth 130 Sequoia Dawn Kona Ice Shave Ice & Water Booth C We wish to thank all of our artist, crafts people, food vendors, organizations, committee members, local business owners, runners and bike racers. You are all important to us and make this event a success. And, thanks to all our property owners for lending the space. You are all great!

Our Current Apple Festival Community Donations Friends of SCICON Springville School 4th Grade Concerts in the Park SCICON Summer Program Springville Memorial Dist. Springville Volunteer Fire Dept. BSA Troop 132 Porterville High Baseball Friends of SCICON Springville School 4th Grade Concerts in the Park Gospel for Asia SCICON Summer Camp BSA Troop 132 Friends of Scicon Springville School 4th Grade Springville School 7th Grade Concerts in the Park Springville Volunteer Fire Dept. Concerts in the Park Friends of SCICON Friends of SCICON Springville Volunteer Fire Dept. Springville School 7th Grade BSA Troop 132 Concerts in the Park Friends of SICON

So Long for Now, We Hope You Had a Wonderful Time! The tiny town of Springville fills up with visitors from all over during the annual Apple Festival – And it takes a legion of volunteers of all ages to make the event a success. It’s a win-win situation since funds from the festival help local organizations throughout the year.


Thanks to all of the Apple Festival Committee members for all that you do! & Thanks to all the organizations that make this event possible!

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