Jackson Township
Cambria County, Pennsylvania


Jackson Township Heritage Festival

Dave & Betty get ready for the Cutest Baby Contest

Ty the Tiger, Somerset Trust's mascot welcomes
customers over 50 to their 1st Heritage Festival
Customer Appreciation Luncheon


Customers fill the tent for the free luncheon

Vendor unloading goodies for the Festival has a 4 legged helper!

A sea of Chocolate & Carrot cakes for dessert!

Customer Appreciation Luncheon catered by
Joey Del's 2001 Caterers

Donna & Brian

Harry & Janet

Customers enjoy the fellowship and of course the food

Roberta Lohr, VP of Marketing for Somerset Trust
addresses the crowd while Clay Bowser makes
adjustments to the sound system

Henry Cook, President & CEO of Somerset Trust looks on

President & CEO, Henry Cook addresses the
customers assembled at the luncheon

Time to eat!

Clay Bowser entertains after the luncheon

Clay Bowser does a great job as always!

Saturday kicks off with the Irish folk group, Tree

Great toe tappin, hand clappin music

Jen can play a mean fiddle!

Tree does an outstanding job to kick off the continuous music

Cameraman from WTAJ takes photos at the
Living Treasures Petting Zoo

Mr. Llama is soooo cool!

These chickens are called "Silkies"

Can anyone say AFLAC?

There are animals of every shape and size

Checkout the black potbelly pigs


I'm hungry!!!

This McCaw just sits there checking everything out

How about this 24 foot high rock wall?

Climbers test their skills

Girls love to climb too!

Almost at the top

The Atlantis Bouncy & Slide was a big hit all weekend

Somerset Trust has a booth where
visitors can
win prizes and goodies

State Representative Frank Burns greets Festival
guests at his booth representing the 72nd District

The Bayou Bandits making their first appearance
at the Jackson Heritage Festival

These guys from Harrisburg specialize in
Cajun & Zydeco music

They did a great job and the crowd loved them!

Can't help but to enjoy this happy music

Expect to see them back next year

Cambria County Community Arts Center
helps children make crafts

What's a Heritage Festival without
old time tractors

Chickaree Union Church hosts a booth with
free games for the children

It's time to play some games at the Heritage Festival!

Boy Scout Troop 204 offers games for young and old alike

Who doesn't like to test their skills to win some great prizes

Craft booths adjoin the walkways of Veterans Park

Community groups join in the festivities!

Neighbors Who Care - home of the
BBQ Pork Sandwich
and Fresh Cut Fries

Neighbors Who Care booth


Here's a little cutie



Yes. . I am a clown and I would like fries with that!

Clown buddies

Classic Clowns invade Veterans Park for another Festival

IYQ-YQR and Bo-Jangles

Children wait while Classic Clowns twist
balloons into really cool stuff!

Time to get the ole face painted

This clown has taken a liken to gettin some new Tupperware!

Lions Club member waits to serve up
one of their famous Root Beer Floats

More crafts

Several of the more than 20 food booths at this year's Festival

The Pie Shoppe is known for their scrumptious goodies

Record number of booths fill up Veterans Park

Heritage Festival Headquarters or otherwise
as the storage barn

Fresh Squeezed Lemonade. . YEAH!

Something for everyone

Area near the Veterans Park pavilion

Veterans Park Pavilion a great place to enjoy Festival food

Dreamcatcher Yarn & Fiber Mill includes a
on spinning yarn from the Alpaca

Heritage Festival is a great place to
find unique gifts and other items

The Heritage Festival is now in it's 7th year

Magician John Robertson gets 4 men to volunteer
to learn some new dance moves

This one is too hard too explain so
use your imagination

John Robertson demonstrates his new
Houdini magic routine

Lots of volunteers help make the
Festival run smoothly

Kim drives the Festival Shuttle Van taking passenbers
and forth from the Festival to parking areas

Tents fill up for the Fabulous Flashbacks Oldies Show

Rock around the clock!

Crowd overflows into the parking area as they
watch the Flashbacks and wait for the fireworks

Bernie. . .he's the official Heritage Festival electrician!

Fabulous Flashbacks get the crowd going

Hayrides anyone?

A. J. Devlin drives the haywagon while Carolyn
awaits more passengers for the next hayride

Twistin the night away!

John & Bill

How many Heritage Festival volunteers
it take to fix a Quad?

Richard Chen from Ontario, Canada
paints portraits while you wait

Shari & Kim

It's Kettlekorn time!

Hagerich Auto booth serves up the best funnel cakes in Vinco

John Robertson makes elaborate balloon creations

Cory, AJ, Keith & Aaron work tirelessly
the weekend

Singer Hill Grace Brethren Church holds it's
Sunday morning worship service under the big tent

Praise singers from Singer Hill help lead worship music

A great crowd for Sunday morning church

The Masters sing some beautiful Southern Gospel

The best couple on the dance floor

Beaver Creek returns as a crowd favorite
specializing in Bluegrass


Phil and Mark discuss train talk at the elaborate
model train display in the Senior Center

The Donna strikes a pose!

Tammy & Kim. . .Festival friends!

Janet, Donna & Harry enjoying the food and fun

Clay Bowser puts on an awesome show and
even takes requests from the audience

Sing it Clay

Dave August, lead singer for NOMaD

NOMaD puts on fantastic show for crowd


Just on their way home from Atlantic City, NOMaD
makes a stop in Vinco for the Heritage Festival

We got some line dancin goin on in the parking lot!

Joe & Donna stop in to check out NOMaD

Volunteers just hanging out as the Festival is in it's final hours

Rockin country!

NOMaD performs an action packed show / concert

NOMaD definitely has developed a fan base in this area

Luke is an unbelievable fiddle player. . .he is really that good!!

NOMaD in their 3rd year at the Heritage Festival

NOMaD will soon be releasing their 2nd CD. . stay tuned

Ladies dance as NOMaD rawks the house!

Sing it Dave

It's time to collect the garbage!

AJ, Keith & Cory. . .three of the many dedicated Festival
volunteers who do a FANTASTIC job! 

Everyone had a great time. . .plan
to attend next year for a bigger &
better Heritage Festival!

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