Last updated: October 23. 2013 6:54PM - 743 Views
By Charlene Hoeflich



Chef Dionne Guinn, left, and Charla Brown McGuire, Overbrook administrator, cut the cake marking Overbrook's 25th anniversary.
Chef Dionne Guinn, left, and Charla Brown McGuire, Overbrook administrator, cut the cake marking Overbrook's 25th anniversary.
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MIDDLEPORT — Craft sales and inflatables along with plenty of good food, highlighted the annual fall festival of the Overbrook Center which this year marked its 25th year of operation.


Those attending, and there were many, were greeted with a variety of Halloween and fall decorations, some of which had been made by residents in the Center’s craft class. Many of the residents as well as the staff members were on hand to greet the visitors who remained for a luncheon served at no cost and to share a piece of the anniversary cake cut by Charla Brown McGuire, administrator, and Dionne Guinn, Center chef.


There were several crafters selling their creations in the Overbrook parking area while inside the handiwork of residents was featured and other fund-raising activities were going on to support the creative programs which take place at Overbrook.


 
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