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  Grace Community Harvest Festival
  By Mark Stoller

   Grace Community Church recently hosted their annual Harvest Festival. More than 200 people from the Falcon community came out to share the food and fun.
   
   The Falcon Fire Protection District participated with one of their fire trucks and an AMR ambulance. Young and old alike were able to explore the truck, emergency gear and firefighting capabilities the firemen bring to any situation.
   
   Other activities included a chili cook-off from nine different chefs, classic cars on display, 10 stations for children’s games inside the church, expert face painting, hay rides to the pumpkin patch, bouncy house, petting zoo with goats and rabbits and a pumpkin pie eating contest.
   
Young and old competed in the pie-eating contest as the Grace Community Church Harvest Festival.Christopher Taylor is all smiles as he takes over the driver’s seat of a Falcon Fire Protection District fire truck.

Competitors in the chili cook-off contest put the final touches on their chili dishes before the judges begin. Above photos by Mark Stoller

Festival attendees catch a hay ride out to the Harvest Festival pumpkin patch. Photo by Kristina Nass

   
  
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  Prairie Peddler ready for the holidays

   
John Carter, age 10, of Peyton bought a Christmas purchase from shop owner Colleen Zeien. John asked his mom to bring him to the local shop to find gifts for friends and family.

Colleen Zeien, owner and operator of Prairie Peddler in Peyton has had her shop for about 12 years. She specializes in cottage chic, farmhouse and yard art.Lisa Ross of Peyton browses the Prairie Peddler looking for vintage Christmas decorations. Photos by Cara Lord-Geiser

   
  
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  Falcon’s first Christmas tree lighting

   On Nov. 16 ,The Shops at Meridian Ranch hosted the first community tree lighting. Heidrich’s Colorado Tree Farm donated the tree and Timberline Landscaping provided the holiday lights. Janet McMonigal, real estate agent with Synergy Realty, provided ornaments for the kids to decorate the tree. Nana’s Kitchen, Jaks and the Purple Toad assisted with the event as well.
   
Brighton and Peyton Geiser, 3-year-old twins of Falcon, check out the community tree before the Nov. 16 first annual tree lighting. Glow sticks were handed out at the event.

Children were invited to decorate the tree with ornaments they made and ornaments donated by Janet McMonigal. Photos by Cara Lord-Geiser
  
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  Falcon food truck rally
  By Mark Stoller

   Falcon’s gastronomical choices for a great Saturday night dinner exploded with the third Falcon Food Truck Rally, hosted by Grace Community Church.
   
   On Nov. 10, several hundred hungry residents gathered to experience four food trucks: Food Network Champion Black Forest Chew Chew, Little Piazza, High Grade Jamaican and Roosters Competition BBQ. Those who braved the chilly temperatures were treated to serious culinary delights.
   
   The church offered indoor seating by the fireplace, bingo, college football on the big screen, and dessert selections sold by the youth group.
   
   The previous food truck rallies in September and October featured Kabob Kaboose, Razuto’s Ice Cream, and repeat visits by Marlee Rae’s and Roosters Competition BBQ.
   
   The next Falcon food truck rally will be held Saturday, Dec. 8, at 2 p.m. in the parking lot of Grace Community Church.
   
   The church is located at 9475 Grace Church View. For updates on which food trucks will be serving dinner, check the facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/gccfalcon/.
   
Food trucks line up and prepare to serve dinner to Falcon residents in the Grace Community Church parking lot. Photo by Mark Stoller
  
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