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Fun-filled Flavors festival

From left: Northeast Chamber president Pam Henshall; Jennifer MacMullen, Republic Bank Philadelphia Market senior vice president; and Nancy Morozin, owner of the Dining Car.
Nicholas Barnes, 7, shows off the wolf painted on his face.
Blue, the Holy Family tiger mascot, and city elections commissioner Seth Bluestein
Insectarium and Butterfly Pavilion CEO John Cambridge brought some live creatures.
Sand art was a popular activity.
TF Squared sings American Girl, by Tom Petty.

The Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce on Sunday held Flavors of the Northeast at Cannstatter’s.

There was live music by TF Squared and the Blu Dogz Band, along with plenty of food trucks, vendors and crafters.

Crunch Fitness led guests in exercises, and the Philadelphia Insectarium and Butterfly Pavilion displayed some of its critters.

Republic Bank had a children’s activity area that featured relay races and golf putting. The bank handed out yo-yos, jump ropes and temporary tattoos, and mascot R Dog posed for pictures.

Other activities included sand art and face painting.

Among those in attendance were state Rep. Joe Hohenstein and city elections commissioner Seth Bluestein. ••

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