Strawberry Festival held in Tunkhannock

June 29th, 2015 12:15 pm

Eatonville United Methodist Church volunteers, from left, are Carol Vogrin, Carol Miner, Janice Mislevt, Janet Kristunes and Mary Bishop, all of Trucksville.
Hannah Mislevym of Tunkhannockm fills out a ticket for the Silent Auction.
Mary, 5, and Grace Boecker, 7, of Tunkhannock, look at nesting dolls that up for bid at the Strawberry Festival’s silent auction.
Lesly Figuereo and Jadyn Bafile, of Berwick.
Summer Gaydos serves Carol Vogrin, of Tunkhannock, a hot dog during the Strawberry Festival.
Lily Kosak, 4 of Tunkhannock, looks over a wall while playing in a bounce house.
Helene Elko, aka The button Lady, shows off her button jewelry to Gail Long, of Meshoppen.

TUNKHANNOCK — Eatonville United Methodist Church held its inaugural Strawberry Festival in the former Walmart parking lot along Route 29 in Tunkhannock on June 26 and 27. The event featured local artisans’ and crafters’ items for sale, a silent auction, door prizes and plenty of strawberry-themed desserts, including shortcake, pies, tarts and jams.