The HERALD Sharon, PA published Tuesday, Sept. 3,1996

photo of games Children's games were featured at Shelter No. 4 at Buhl Farm. There, almost-2- year-old Dylan Pounds, Meadowlands, Pa., shows his potential as a bowler before his family and friends. (Jean Angelo/Herald) BUHL DAY '96: FAMILIES, FLAGS, FOOD -- FABULOUS FUN photo of civil war soldier

Randy Bartley of Company C 2nd Regiment, U.S. Sharp Shooters, shares stories of the Civil War and how his weapon works at the encampment of Western Pennsylvania Civil War Reenactment Society. (Jean Angelo/Herald)
photo of huge flag
Volunteers help roll up a 90-by-45-foot flag after a crane raised the 300-pound banner during opening ceremonies at Buhl Day Monday. The flag is an official exhibit of the Department of Defense World War II Commission. The flag is moved to celebrations via the National Flag Truck. (Gene Paulson/Herald)
photo of kids and ice cream
photo of dancers

Buhl Day means food, food and more food. At left, Philip BuCher, 4, shares his waffle cone with his 10-month-old brother, Benjamin. The boys are from Sharon. Above, Castle Country Cloggers kick up their heels at the Performing Arts Center in Buhl Farm. They were among performers who entertained the throng of people on benches, lawn chairs and blankets gathered at the hub of Buhl Day entertainment. The Shenango Valley Orchestra closed the program at the PAC and a fireworks finale ended Buhl Day in sparkling style. (Jean Angelo/Herald)



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