Danielle Bushman, a member of the Stewartville Morning Lions Club, assists as her daughter Meah Lacey, 5, of Stewartville, a kindergartner at Bonner Elementary School, makes her pumpkin into a kitty wearing a hat with a spider on top at the Morning Lions Fall Festival on Saturday, Sept. 17. “I like making something out of a pumpkin, especially this one, because he’s a cat,” Meah said. Sharon Moehnke, Morning Lions tail twister, and Chris Garry, who assisted at the festival, look on in the background. The event was held at the 2 Brothers Bar and Grill and Stewartville American Legion parking lots.
Fifty-one vendors opened for business at the Stewartville Morning Lions Club's annual Fall Festival on Saturday, Sept. 17. Dave Hoot, co-chair of the Fall Festival, said 34 businesses lined up outdoors along the 2 Brothers Bar & Grill and Stewartville American Legion parking lots and 17 set up shop inside the Legion Hall. Eleven of the vendors were new to the Fall Festival, although eight of the event's regular vendors were missing, Hoot said... For more on this story pick up your copy of the Sept. 27 Stewartville STAR.