Indian Valley fetes its food
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Since: Apr 07
#1 Jul 9, 2007
This event was awesome. Vendors sold out two or three times and had to call back to the shops to have them send more food. B101 was blasting great music and people were chatting it up all over. I saw more people I know at this event than I have in a long time. I wish main streets would do this more than once a year. We also tasted some restaurant items that we wouldn't normally know were available in the area. Nice job.
#2 Jul 9, 2007
It's great to see a community being rebuilt and brought together like Telford and Souderton. It represents a truly unique American experience and is a great site to see!!
#3 Jul 13, 2007
nice job, guys. volunteer work is so rewarding. Some grifters and scofflaws use it for penance, I hear. I saw more people I know at this event than I could shake a broom at... and some I could have bothered to know had I given a damn about family and stuff over the last few years. Most non-profit organizations are a little more cautious about getting volunteer forms completed with valid licenses and risk management info... knowing what their potential liability is could often mean the difference between success and getting their municipalities sued to kingdom come when a sociopath takes over. Still, the pretzels and zucchini were good.
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