A night of non-winter festival fun.
By Dave Whitaker
Feb 8, 2019, 03:51
|The football toss was a popular game for both boys and girls.|
Based upon the weather outside, Thursday night’s Winter Festival felt more like a spring fling. Still, it was well-attended. And of course, there was fun to be had by all.
|Jennifer Cole was one of the teachers to help with the live auction conducted by Sammy Haupt.|
An annual fundraiser for Bleckley Elementary, there were a variety of activities available. Putt Putt Golf, frisbee toss, a Giant Jenga, and bouncy obstacle course were amongst the many things kids could do.
|A girl tries to carefully take out the right piece in Giant Jenga.|
Adults could sit in the cafeteria and bid on items in a live auction. Open to all was a raffle for themed baskets in the media center.
|The bouncy obstacle course provided lots of fun.|
Bleckley Elementary thanks everyone who came out in support as well as all who helped make this year’s festival a success.
|Cakes and other baked treats were available for winning at the cake walk.|
|Happy Hair was a popular attraction all night.|
|A girl gets her nails colored.|
|A boy lines up the chip for giant Plinko.|
|A live goldfish was the prize for anyone who could get the ping pong ball into the jar.|
|Bingo games are a part of any festival.|
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