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Fun at The Great Allentown Fair

PRESS PHOTOS BY KATHY HASSICK East Penn resident Norah Kastelnik is brimming with excitement as she watches Patti Davidson toss her Ping-Pong ball into the glass jar. Rick Klingensmith and little brother Max look on.
Allentown staple The Brass Rail recently closed its brick and mortar store so patrons keep the line long and steady waiting for a taste of their famous cheesesteaks.
The winners of the King Arthur Flour Bundt Cake Contest are Madison Troxell, of Schnecksville, third place, Sharon Kurtz, of Emmaus, second place and Ashley Troxell, of Catasauqua, first place.
With funnel cake and prizes in hand as well as freshly painted faces, the Washington family is ready to enjoy every bit of what The Great Allentown Fair has to offer. Seen here from left to right are Paris, Royal, Aspen and Nickole Washington.
Kaydence Cox and his dad Juan Wynn, of Bethlehem, have a good laugh as they take a spin in a brightly colored taxi Sept. 2 at The Great Allentown Fair.
Makeira Nock sits patiently as Cynthia Kelleher of Face Paint Pittsburgh works her magic at The Great Allentown Fair.