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PHOTOS: 1800s Focus of Zion Old-Fashioned Fall Festival

North Canton's Zion United Church of Christ held its Old-Fashioned Fall Festival Saturday, taking the community back to the 1800s for a full day of fun

set up a small old-time shopping town and held three meals for its . The church hopes that this will be a biannual event. 

Church members and staff donated their time and talents to run the fundraiser for Zion. There were old-time storefronts set up outside of the church, complete with workers in 1800s costumes. They sold items including jewelry, ice cream, books and candy.  

The church also sold tickets to three meals served in the Beck Fellowship Hall in the basement of the church. They served 150 people per meal. Breakfast consisted of pancakes, sausage, coffee and orange juice. Lunch was creamed chicken sandwiches, German potato salad, salad and a beverage. The dinner meal was ham, potatoes, green beans and apple pie.

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