HARVEST FEST TRAIL OF BALES

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  • Mandi Smith, left, and Crystal Miller of Access Montana put the finishing touches on their Griz, which rivals the Bobcat from their neighboring display for the Harvest Fest Trail of Bales. Take a “selfie” with your favorite mascot and enter to win a prize. The Harvest Fest is this Saturday, Sept. 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Visitor Center in Ronan. (Joe Sova/Lake County Leader)

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    This creature has his eye on traffic at the Harvest Foods store in Ronan as part of the Harvest Fest Trail of Bales.

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    Angela Nicholas are pictured with Dex, left, and Sam in front of the Lighthouse Christian Fellowship Church Trail of Bales exhibit in Ronan.

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    Quicksilver Exxon at Pablo put six round and four smaller bales to good use for their Native American exhibit in the Harvest Fest Trail of Bales. The Harvest Fest is featured this Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Visitor Center in Ronan. (Joe Sova/Lake County Leader)

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    St. Luke Community Hospital in Ronan made a colorful pig out of their hay bale.

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    SAFE Harbor Executive Director DeeAnn Richardson puts the finishing touches on their display for the Harvest Fest Trail of Bales. (Joe Sova photos/Lake County Leader)

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    The Ronan American Legion and VFW Auxiliary teamed for a display in the Harvest Fest Trail of Bales in Ronan. Pictured, from left, are Glen Sharbono; Lorie Hoble, president of the Ronan VFW Auxiliary; and Penrod Davis. All three are members of the American Legion and VFW. (Joe Sova/Lake County Leader)

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    Lots of thought and time went into the Mission Mountain Country Visitor Center in Ronan for Harvest Fest Trail of Bales. The title of the book shown is, “The Future Belongs To Curious Dreamers.” The Harvest Fest is set for Friday, Sept. 15 at the Visitor Center in Ronan. (Joe Sova/Lake County Leader)

  • Mandi Smith, left, and Crystal Miller of Access Montana put the finishing touches on their Griz, which rivals the Bobcat from their neighboring display for the Harvest Fest Trail of Bales. Take a “selfie” with your favorite mascot and enter to win a prize. The Harvest Fest is this Saturday, Sept. 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Visitor Center in Ronan. (Joe Sova/Lake County Leader)

  • 1

    This creature has his eye on traffic at the Harvest Foods store in Ronan as part of the Harvest Fest Trail of Bales.

  • 2

    Angela Nicholas are pictured with Dex, left, and Sam in front of the Lighthouse Christian Fellowship Church Trail of Bales exhibit in Ronan.

  • 3

    Quicksilver Exxon at Pablo put six round and four smaller bales to good use for their Native American exhibit in the Harvest Fest Trail of Bales. The Harvest Fest is featured this Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Visitor Center in Ronan. (Joe Sova/Lake County Leader)

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    St. Luke Community Hospital in Ronan made a colorful pig out of their hay bale.

  • 5

    SAFE Harbor Executive Director DeeAnn Richardson puts the finishing touches on their display for the Harvest Fest Trail of Bales. (Joe Sova photos/Lake County Leader)

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    The Ronan American Legion and VFW Auxiliary teamed for a display in the Harvest Fest Trail of Bales in Ronan. Pictured, from left, are Glen Sharbono; Lorie Hoble, president of the Ronan VFW Auxiliary; and Penrod Davis. All three are members of the American Legion and VFW. (Joe Sova/Lake County Leader)

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    Lots of thought and time went into the Mission Mountain Country Visitor Center in Ronan for Harvest Fest Trail of Bales. The title of the book shown is, “The Future Belongs To Curious Dreamers.” The Harvest Fest is set for Friday, Sept. 15 at the Visitor Center in Ronan. (Joe Sova/Lake County Leader)

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