The Cambrian

October 5, 2012 4:54 PM

Enjoy Scarecrow Festival all month, Harvest Festival Oct. 12-14

“SLOW,” says it all as you enter Cambria’s Main Street from either end. Those are pretty realistic road crewmen standing there, alerting you to be ready to brake to look at all the 345 scarecrows lining our streets. The board and members of the Cambria Historical Society commend the Scarecrow Committee for all its hard work in bringing these unique displays for the local and out of town visitors to enjoy for the fourth year.

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