Games, food, activities entertain at church Harvest Fest

Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Giant inflated and bottom-weighted bowling pins presented a challenge for players, Thomas Yankoviz, 7, encouraged by dad Frank Yankoviz, left, gave a heave-ho with a basketball to mow over the pesky pins at the First Baptist Church’s Faith Harvest Fest on Saturday. Murray Bishoff/times-news@monett-times.com

Giant inflated and bottom-weighted bowling pins presented a challenge for players, Thomas Yankoviz, 7, encouraged by dad Frank Yankoviz, left, gave a heave-ho with a basketball to mow over the pesky pins at the First Baptist Church’s Faith Harvest Fest on Saturday.

Posing with funny masks for photos was part of the entertainment available at the Monett First Baptist Church’s Faith Harvest Fest on Saturday, on the church grounds on the south end of Monett. Murray Bishoff/times-news@monett-times.com
Joshua Tallent received a Pac-Man face, painted on by mom Tiffany Tallent, under the watchful eye of Logan Martin, who helped hold Joshua’s head steady during the paint job at the First Baptist Church’s Faith Harvest Fest on Saturday. Murray Bishoff/times-news@monett-times.com
One of the many entertainers performing at the Monett First Baptist Church’s Faith Harvest Fest on Saturday was the Kuschel family, with Emilee on the piano, Jill, left, on the box drum, and Will, right, on the guitar. Other singers and tumblers provided a wide range of options for the late afternoon. Murray Bishoff/times-news@monett-times.com
Christa Stout sampled the white chicken chili while Ed Hamm looked over the wide range of food choices available at the Monett First Baptist Church’s Faith Harvest Fest, held Saturday on the church grounds. Murray Bishoff/times-news@monett-times.com
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