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  • This teenager sold out at her booth almost immediately at kids' day

    Victoria Stauffer, 17, made 250 ball-in-a-cup games to sell at the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts Children and Youth Day. She was almost out of stock halfway through the day. Stauffer was one of many artists between 8 and 18 lined along South Allen Street selling arts and crafts.

Victoria Stauffer, 17, made 250 ball-in-a-cup games to sell at the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts Children and Youth Day. She was almost out of stock halfway through the day. Stauffer was one of many artists between 8 and 18 lined along South Allen Street selling arts and crafts. Daniel A. Nelson dnelson@mcclatchy.com
Victoria Stauffer, 17, made 250 ball-in-a-cup games to sell at the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts Children and Youth Day. She was almost out of stock halfway through the day. Stauffer was one of many artists between 8 and 18 lined along South Allen Street selling arts and crafts. Daniel A. Nelson dnelson@mcclatchy.com

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