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Sun Shines on Carmel Spring Fair

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The Carmel Spring Fair attracted a huge crowd. Credits: All photos by Deena Bell
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CARMEL, N.Y. - The second annual Carmel Spring Fair was held last month along Glenieda Avenue in the hamlet of Carmel and the great weather brought an impressive crowd.

The event was sponsored by the Greater Mahopac-Carmel Chamber of Commerce and featured local organizations and businesses showcasing their services and products.  There plenty of games and activities for the kids, as well as food and drinks from local vendors.

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