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Freedom Carnival was festive

 

October 31, 2019

Katie Strehl

These scary sophomore ghouls, Duke Morris and Levi Weber, prepare to haunt the AM/AF building.

Freedom Public Schools 2019 Fall Carnival, a traditional fundraiser for 7-12 grades, was fun and successful. The evening started with a dinner, served by the senior class, of chili or chicken and noodles with mashed potatoes, green beans, hot rolls and dessert.

Katie Strehl

LEFT: Tegan Cook lines up a shot at the "Take a Shot" booth hosted by the sixth grade class. RIGHT: Myles Nixon and Linsy Weber, seniors, were named the 2019 Carnival Couple for the 2019 Fall Carnival.

The class vice president, Cade Kennedy, felt the class fundraiser was successful.

"The class did fairly well between having dinner, playing bingo and the silent auction," Kennedy said. "I heard we made over $1,000."

The games/booths opened at 7 p.m. and consisted of the cake walk, car bash, jail, basketball shooting, fishing, dart throw, haunted house and bingo. There were also several items to bid on during the silent auction.

The FCCLA hosted a distracted driving simulator brought in by the group to highlight the Red Ribbon Week activities. The simulator showed participants how texting and driving is dangerous.

 

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