©2013 NPT PHOTOS BY DUAY O'NEIL
Larry Spence, left, and Wolfe Witenbarger, both of Seymour, closely examined
an antique engine working on Saturday at On Cosby. Abby Proffitt, daughter of
Steve Proffitt and Melinda Proffitt, was crowned Miss On Cosby on Saturday.
Abby is a freshman at Cosby High School.
|Published: 7:37 AM, 10/22/2013
||Last updated: 7:41 AM, 10/22/2013
Author: Duay O'Neil
Source: The Newport Plain Talk
beautiful weather made it three in a row for Cocke County's fall festivals, and hundreds took
advantage of the opportunity to attend the annual On Cosby festival.
Beginning Friday, the annual event welcomed hundreds of local schoolchildren
for a day of fun, food, and entertainment. Saturday brought even more visitors, many of whom
Nearly 100 vendors displayed handcrafted items ranging
from beautifully carved walking stick to hand-turned wooden bowls to UT wear to Christmas
Added to the display of color and creative were dozens of
restored vintage vehicles and tractors, antique engines, and even a flatbed trailer holding
eighteen restored pedal tractors in a rainbow of colors.
details, please see the Tuesday edition of the Newport Plain Talk.
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