Community begins Scarecrow Festival celebration


Some residents took time to enjoy various rides throughout downtown Washington C.H.


Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

Many games and attractions are available including balloon popping, ball tossing, or coin placing to earn some unique prizes.


Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

The 2017 Scarecrow Festival began on Friday in Washington Court House with residents coming out to enjoy lunch. Pictured is pastor Mike Wolfe with LifeConnect Church serving food to the community on Friday afternoon.


Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

Some residents took time to enjoy various rides throughout downtown Washington C.H.

Many games and attractions are available including balloon popping, ball tossing, or coin placing to earn some unique prizes.

The 2017 Scarecrow Festival began on Friday in Washington Court House with residents coming out to enjoy lunch. Pictured is pastor Mike Wolfe with LifeConnect Church serving food to the community on Friday afternoon.

Some residents took time to enjoy various rides throughout downtown Washington C.H.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/09/web1_20170915_134219-1.jpgSome residents took time to enjoy various rides throughout downtown Washington C.H. Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

Many games and attractions are available including balloon popping, ball tossing, or coin placing to earn some unique prizes.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/09/web1_20170915_134404-1.jpgMany games and attractions are available including balloon popping, ball tossing, or coin placing to earn some unique prizes. Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

The 2017 Scarecrow Festival began on Friday in Washington Court House with residents coming out to enjoy lunch. Pictured is pastor Mike Wolfe with LifeConnect Church serving food to the community on Friday afternoon.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/09/web1_20170915_132524-1.jpgThe 2017 Scarecrow Festival began on Friday in Washington Court House with residents coming out to enjoy lunch. Pictured is pastor Mike Wolfe with LifeConnect Church serving food to the community on Friday afternoon. Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos