[Posted on Jun 28, 2017 | 155 views]
William Max of Nuttsville, right, talks about his restored M37 Dodge ¾ ton truck with Bill Burdett of Gwynn’s Island during Saturday’s Gwynn’s Island Festival. At left is Max’s son, Daniel Max of High Point, North Carolina. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Marjorie Buckner, right, who was home from Croatia and visiting her parents Jim and Ginger Richards of Gwynn’s Island on Saturday, attended the Gwynn’s Island Festival. Here, she talks with Firuza Khashimova of Fredericksburg about her product, Firuza Bamboo Pillows. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Jim and Pat Feller of Richmond came to the Gwynn’s Island Festival on Saturday to listen to the Richmond band Suite 101 play. The couple has a friend in the band. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Nick Stump of Mathews, left, and Jeromy Rich of Middlesex have a practice round during the cornhole tournament at the Gwynn’s Island Festival on Saturday. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Richmond band Suite 101 was a favorite at Saturday’s Gwynn’s Island Festival. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Kalina Hahn, daughter of Yana and Richard Hahn of Mobjack, appeared to be quite taken with Halie the pup during the Gwynn’s Island Festival on Saturday. Halie belongs to Larry Dringenberg of Newport News. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Stan Cath of Mobjack, left, jokes with Lion Johnny Horner while waiting for his food at the Mathews Lions Club booth on Saturday during the Gwynn’s Island Festival. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Singer Dave Shuber, center, of Mathews, waits to perform with Kim Person, left, and Lana Puckett on Saturday during the Gwynn’s Island Festival. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Marcia Kittrell, right, of Great Bridge, buys a raffle ticket from Ruritan members, from left, Bill Joyce, Ed Clayton (seated) and Dicky Clements during Saturday’s Gwynn’s Island Festival. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Bradyn Barr prepares to return the ball to Lorena Carballo (not pictured) as Elton Hudgins and Seanon Duncan, from left, wait their turn during a game of ball held Saturday at the Gwynn’s Island Festival. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
The Tidewater Hogs of Virginia Beach visited the Gwynn’s Island Festival on Saturday to the delight of festival-goers. Here, they take a turn around the Civic League driveway before heading home mid-afternoon. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Claudia Hudgins of Susan listens to the band perform, along with the very curious little Wyatt Beckley, during Saturday’s Gwynn’s Island Festival. Wyatt is the grandson of Mary and Johnny Wroten of Gwynn’s Island. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
Diana Turner, right, of Grimstead purchases some items from Mary Kay representative Pamela Griffin Armistead of Gloucester during Saturday’s Gwynn’s Island Festival. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
 

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