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Games galore at Freedom School Fall Festival

 

October 18, 2018

Katie Strehl

At the Freedom School Fall Festival, where student classes hosted a wide range of activities to raise funds for class projects, Lily Kirkpatrick ponders carefully as she tries to guess how many marbles are in the jar. If she guesses correctly she wins a bag of candy.

Katie Strehl

Top left: Jimmie Smith and Tegan Cook try their luck at "Ping-Pong Pop" at the seventh-grade booth. If the player can bounce the ball into a cup he wins a pop and if he misses he gets a hug. Top right: Paige Stearns tries her luck at "calf roping." This booth was sponsored by the junior class. Bottom left: Kris Fargo and Blake Lee man the senior class booth "Balloon Bust" – three darts for three tickets. Bottom right: Aim, throw and ... bull's eye! Score 100 points or more and win a large prize. Trenton Welty concentrates intently to hit the bulls eye to win a stuffed animal.

 

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