Photos of the Week, Aug. 10 - 16
Each week, the Gazette presents the area through the eyes of Gazette photographers.
Candidates and party faithful gathered Friday at the Red Barn Sportsmen's Club for the annual summer picnic sponsored by the Indiana County Democratic Committee. Pictured are Jack Hanna, state party treasurer; Todd Eagen, a candidate forCommonweath Court Judge in 2015; and Nina Licastro, representing gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf. In the back, Toby Santik, candidate for the state House of Representatives in the 62nd district; and Ron Fairman, county chairman and Southwest chairmain. (Kayla Grube/Gazette)
At Family Fun Day, hosted by Indiana Regional Medical Center, on Wednesday, Amanda Augustine and Dawn Landis, IRMC employees handed out supplies for children to make first aid kits. Logan McKinney, 5, son of Brett and Amy McKinney, of Hermitage, gathered the supplies. (Teri Enciso/Gazette)
Liam McKleveen, 6, son of Pam and Nathan McKlveen, of Derry Township, participated in the Family Fun Day potato sack race.
And, brothers Hayden Haight, 5, and Cameron Haight, 9, children of Bonnie Barnhart and Mike Haight, raced up and down the bouncy slide during the IRMC event.
On Tuesday, a fawn waiting after it's mother ran into the woods along Ray Road. (Kayla Grube/Gazette)
On Monday, Homer-Center quarterback Aaron Berezansky called signals during a drill on the first day of high school football practice in the state. Teams across the area hit the field in pads for the first time to start their three-week preseason camps in preparation for season openers on the weekend of Aug. 29. The Gazette's annual preview edition will be piblished on Thursday, Aug. 28. (Jamie Empfield/Gazette)
Over the weekend, photographer Jim Nestor took a photo of a farm outside of Dayton. An HDR effect is used. See photos from the Dayton Fair here.
TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL: Liam Marshall Hunter, 5, modeled clothes Saturday at the Indiana Mall's annual Back to School Fashion Show. he is the son of Jen and Brian Hunter, of Indiana. (James J. Nestor/Gazette)
On Saturday, Whitey's Peetza and Eatery in Coral hosted a Disco inFURno fundraiser to benefit the Indiana County Humane Society. Dressed for the festivities were Connie Bence, Mary Petrosky and Rhonda Lightner, of Indiana, and Kathy Lambert, of the Humane Society board, and Carmille Morris, board president. (Teri Enciso/Gazette photo)
Photographer James J. Nestor took a shot of Philadelphia Street in Indiana on Friday, using an HDR effect.