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PRESS PHOTOS BY C. RICHARD CHARTRANDEmmaus Main Street Partners hosted its annual Farewell to Summer Festival Sept. 21 at Triangle Park. The festival featured live music, activities for children, craft vendors, face painting, a dunk tank and food trucks. ABOVE: Emmaus Police Chief Charles Palmer readies himself for a possible splash down in the dunk tank during the Farewell to Summer Festival at PRESS PHOTOS BY C. RICHARD CHARTRANDEmmaus Main Street Partners hosted its annual Farewell to Summer Festival Sept. 21 at Triangle Park. The festival featured live music, activities for children, craft vendors, face painting, a dunk tank and food trucks. ABOVE: Emmaus Police Chief Charles Palmer readies himself for a possible splash down in the dunk tank during the Farewell to Summer Festival at
RIGHT: Chief Palmer takes the plunge after the target arm is hit, releasing him into the tank. Additional photos appear on Page A2. RIGHT: Chief Palmer takes the plunge after the target arm is hit, releasing him into the tank. Additional photos appear on Page A2.
Charlotte Bailey and her grandmother Wendy Yeakel work together on their chalk art work at the festival. Charlotte Bailey and her grandmother Wendy Yeakel work together on their chalk art work at the festival.
Lauren Beck adds a message to Emmaus borough mascot Emma the horse. Lauren Beck adds a message to Emmaus borough mascot Emma the horse.
A choir of students from St. Ann School, Emmaus, performs during the festival. A choir of students from St. Ann School, Emmaus, performs during the festival.
PRESS PHOTOS BY C. RICHARD CHARTRANDCora and Grace Petrwak work on a chalk art picture. PRESS PHOTOS BY C. RICHARD CHARTRANDCora and Grace Petrwak work on a chalk art picture.

EMMAUS MAIN STREET PARTNERS

Wednesday, September 25, 2019 by The Press in Local News

‘We’ve got to say goodbye for the summer’