CHAMBERSBURG, PA. - "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."
A simple recipe, but according to organizers of Chambersburg's 27th annual Apple Fest on Saturday, it has been the key to success.
Tina Flohr, coordinator of the Downtown Business Council, said the 10,000 people who come every year to enjoy the apples, food and fun have come to expect many of the same things.
"People like finding their favorite vendor in the same spot every year," she said.
For the last few years, Flohr said the council has sold every last space, and while she could sell more, she said she is out of space.