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Fresh eyes capture the festival action

Members of the Berkeley Springs High School Newspaper and Broadcasting class captured scenes throughout a busy and eventful 47th Annual Apple Butter Festival this past weekend, October 8-9.


Berkeley Springs High School marching band brought their hometown spirit and talent to the festival parade on Saturday.
photo by Phoenix Poulin
Neil Zimmerman with two children stirring apple butter during the Apple Butter Festival. photo by Serenity Stanton
Jerrica Golden selling Glascock’s Produce to attendees during the Apple Butter Festival. photo by Serenity Stanton
Janell Allen, Tatum Snow, and Alexis Bailey work the bake sale for the BSHS Dance Team at the Apple Butter Festival. photo by Natalie Andrews
Empire performs in the Berkeley Springs State Park after winning the most entertaining reward during the Apple Butter Parade. photo by Natalie Andrews
BSHS Cheer Team rides through the Apple Butter Parade with Miss Indian 2022 and 2021 Jazmine Briscoe and Abby Heironimus. photo by Faith Bishop
Instructor Eric demonstrates how to execute the axe throwing vendor at the Apple Butter Festival. photo by Faith Bishop
The busy crowd floods the food court after the Apple Butter Parade. photo by Faith Bishop
Monroe Wohleber and Annelie Kolbe hold the leading banner for a group of Wind Dance Farm students in the festival parade Saturday. photo by Julia Bryner
Julie, Matthew, Yankee and Alexis of Good Luck Stables waiting for the Apple Butter Festival parade to begin. photo by Julia Bryner
Charlie Dove, Eliza Dove, Hadlee Bingaman and Estella Powell watch a smoking pig at the festival’s food court. photo by Julia Bryner
BSHS sophomore Melissa Seabright plays the drums to support the school marching band. photo by Maria Rotella
Riley Albanese stirs apple butter Saturday. photo by Maria Rotella