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Published August 20. 2013 05:03PM

Folk music, workshops, a museum grand opening and perfect summer weather combined to make Summit Hill's inaugural Hootenanny in Ludlow Park a success.

The hilltop community resounded with old-fashioned music celebrating Americana and the rich musical history that is rooted in the heritage of our country.

"You can say this was a success because we ran out of food and people still stayed around and didn't leave," said Lansford-Summit Hill Community Partnership's project manager Sara Ruch.

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