The final highlight of the Upper Hanover 275th anniversary held on Saturday was a toast with cupcakes led by township supervisors vice chairman Rich Fain, lower right.
It was a beautiful day for a party, and hundreds of people provided a steady stream of visitors to Upper Hanover's Camelot Park to celebrate the 275th anniversary of the township on Saturday. It was the final fête in a series of events throughout the year that looked back at the history of the township, founded in 1741, and celebrated community fellowship and pride.
Saturday's day-long celebration included food, Scout demonstrations, a petting zoo, antique tractors, firetrucks, township trucks and equipment, and many other exhibits and activities that gave visitors plenty to do.
Historical documents and artifacts were on display in the maintenance building, where visitors could also pen a message or just leave their autograph in the Time Capsule Message Book....