Fun at the Tomato Festival (photos)

Messenger photos by Amanda Amsel Truro Fire Department Firefighter Steve Cossin (left) teaches Madison Burgress how to put out a fake fire at the annual Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival. During the festival, held Aug. 19-20, attendees could learn about a variety of services offered in the Reynoldsburg area, as well as enjoy carnival style food, games and family activities. 
Messenger photos by Amanda Amsel
Truro Fire Department Firefighter Steve Cossin (left) teaches Madison Burgress how to put out a fake fire at the annual Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival. During the festival, held Aug. 19-20, attendees could learn about a variety of services offered in the Reynoldsburg area, as well as enjoy carnival style food, games and family activities.
A.J. Blackburn (left) practices his martial arts with Greg Colley, 17, of the Oriental Martial Arts College in Reynoldsburg. The group held their practice at the Tomato Festival to showcase the work students are doing and encourage other people to join the college. 
A.J. Blackburn (left) practices his martial arts with Greg Colley, 17, of the Oriental Martial Arts College in Reynoldsburg. The group held their practice at the Tomato Festival to showcase the work students are doing and encourage other people to join the college.
Lu Ann Hetrick of the Reynoldsburg Church of Nazarene fills up balloons to give away during the annual Tomato Festival.
Lu Ann Hetrick of the Reynoldsburg Church of Nazarene fills up balloons to give away during the annual Tomato Festival.
Hayley Beaudry,7, of Reynoldsburg rides a Shetland pony at the annual Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival. Gottfried Ponyrides from Upper Sandusky attended the event and offered children pony rides. 
Hayley Beaudry,7, of Reynoldsburg rides a Shetland pony at the annual Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival. Gottfried Ponyrides from Upper Sandusky attended the event and offered children pony rides.
Sophia Zarcone, 8, (left) of Blacklick learns how to make a toolbox with the help of Doug Hymrod of The Home Depot. The retailer had a booth at the Tomato Festival to highlight the Kid’s Workshop they do the first Saturday of every month. The workshop aims to show kids how to repair and build things themselves.
Sophia Zarcone, 8, (left) of Blacklick learns how to make a toolbox with the help of Doug Hymrod of The Home Depot. The retailer had a booth at the Tomato Festival to highlight the Kid’s Workshop they do the first Saturday of every month. The workshop aims to show kids how to repair and build things themselves.
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