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York Springs Carnival returns

The sounds of bingo calls, the lights of the Ferris wheel, and the smell of fried food announced to the community that the York Springs annual carnival was back again this month.

This year’s York Springs annual carnival welcomes the return of classical fair rides for all ages

Running July 21 through July 24, the annual festival saw the return of classics such as full-sized rides and games, hindered last year due to COVID-19.

A host of dinner options were served including pot pie and chicken platters in the dining hall as well as hot sausages on the fair grounds.

Fireworks exalted the celebration Friday at 10 p.m.

The community flocks to York Spring’s annual carnival this month
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A.L. Grabenstein, reporter, is a graduate of Philadelphia's La Salle University with a B.A in Communication and has been a journalist since 2016. She has reported for the Gettysburg Times and the Times Herald in Norristown, PA. Grabenstein moved to Gettysburg from Montgomery County in 2019. She was born in San Antonio, TX., and previously lived in Virginia, and North Carolina. Grabenstein is actively involved in the borough of Gettysburg and loves giving voices to the local community.

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