http://www.mtlakenews.com/old-days-made-new/It was a fine day to take a stroll down memory lane at Mt. Lake’s Heritage Village Saturday as the 44th annual Heritage Fair got underway. “Although we don’t have the numbers in yet, we know we had a great turnout,” said Mike Nelson, Heritage Village president. “We increased the quantity of food to have on hand, but we still ran out.” Crowds came out for the fun, food and beautiful weather. There were activities for all ages. The food building was a perfect place to catch up with friends over favorite Mennonite fixings while Lonesome Ron serenaded. Children took part in a spelling bee and parade and climbed on antique fire trucks. Luke Winger entertained with juggling and the Jeremy Poland band returned for a couple of shows. The vintage car show drew many entries and the buildings full of artifacts were open.