Apple Butter Festival success


By Evelyn Long - The Sentinel



The Discover 4-H Club held a hands on learning petting zoo at the recent LMC Apple Butter Festival. Here Betty Gallagher, Fayth Gallagher and Shane White, who is petting the goat. Shane’s mother, Laura White, looks on as he enjoys the animals.

The Discover 4-H Club held a hands on learning petting zoo at the recent LMC Apple Butter Festival. Here Betty Gallagher, Fayth Gallagher and Shane White, who is petting the goat. Shane’s mother, Laura White, looks on as he enjoys the animals.


Courtesy Photos | Brenda Harden

FULTON — Twelve youngsters will go to camp next summer as a result of funding derived from the annual Lutheran Memorial Camp Apple Butter Festival held Sunday, Oct. 14, under sunny, clear blue skies.

A total of 637 people attended the festival, which offered a wide range of food and entertainment in addition to the silent auction.

Pat Surbella, camp office manager, extended special appreciation to the Avalon Nine musical group, Chris Shoemaker for making apple cider on site; the Dance Factory dancers from Caledonia; Superior Forge Smithy and the many volunteers and donors to the event.

Five flavors of apple butter were sold, including maple and pumpkin. Pints and half pints are still available and can be purchased by contacting or visiting the camp.

The Discover 4-H Club held a hands on learning petting zoo at the recent LMC Apple Butter Festival. Here Betty Gallagher, Fayth Gallagher and Shane White, who is petting the goat. Shane’s mother, Laura White, looks on as he enjoys the animals.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2018/10/web1_Hands-on-Learning-Discover-4-H-Club-1-.jpgThe Discover 4-H Club held a hands on learning petting zoo at the recent LMC Apple Butter Festival. Here Betty Gallagher, Fayth Gallagher and Shane White, who is petting the goat. Shane’s mother, Laura White, looks on as he enjoys the animals. Courtesy Photos | Brenda Harden

By Evelyn Long

The Sentinel