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FAIRMONT -

Bunner's Ridge held its annual Fall Festival on Saturday.

There was entertainment, hay rides, plus food and apple butter for sale.

All proceeds raised go straight toward the Bunner's Ridge Community Building that was destroyed in a fire several years ago.

Steam engines were on display and a blacksmith was there in a portable shop.

There were crafts and activities for kids.

"We got crafts in our new top of our building," said Bunner's Ridge resident Robert Lemasters. "We have a blacksmith up here today. We are gonna have hay rides after awhile. We got a pumpkin roll for the kids."

Bunner's Ridge hopes to have its community building back in full use in the upcoming year.