Pumpkin carvers show off their skills the winners
Pat Adamshick, the lead organizer for Saturday's family day at HL Powersports in Harveys Lake, said more than 100 children and accompanying adults flooded the store, taking advantage of everything they had to offer.
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#1 Oct 27, 2013
I am very please to see the Adamshick family helping our community's children to grow. Their recent endeavor to establish their business at Harveys Lake will be a great success with the support of those residents and visitors needing help with their motor sports products. The Adamshicks are obviously committed to giving good service at reasonable prices and that is the key to the success of any business.
Good Luck to all of them!
#2 Oct 28, 2013
I've carved up some prostitutes in my day.
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