7th Holts Summit Harvest Fest to return with contests, games and events

Cody Huhn, 14, bolts from the starting line at last year's North School PTO Harvest Stampede 5K Run/Walk in Holts Summit. The Harvest Stampede will return at this year's Holts Summit Harvest Festival Oct. 13.

Cody Huhn, 14, bolts from the starting line at last year's North School PTO Harvest Stampede 5K Run/Walk in Holts Summit. The Harvest Stampede will return at this year's Holts Summit Harvest Festival Oct. 13.

Family fun will abound at the Holts Summit Community Betterment Association’s 7th annual Holts Summit Harvest Festival, but families with a strong resemblance stand to win prizes.

A new event featured at this year’s event, scheduled for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 13 at Greenway Park, will be a look-alike contest.

“It’s like a mother/daughter, dad/son type of look-alike contest,” said event chairperson Diane Ohern. “To give it a fair chance, it does not matter if the gender is the same.”

Ohern said there will be first, second and third-place prizes for the families with the strongest resemblance. Contestants must meet at the stage at 10:30 a.m., and Ohern said no “enhancers” — such as wigs or fake glasses - are allowed.

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