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Nearly 250 kids and the adults who accompanied them enjoyed a “sweet” time at our annual P.A.T. School Carnival. This year's theme? Candy Land. More than 20 total inflatables, activity stations and games with prizes generated a night of memorable entertainment. The festive atmosphere of bright colors and homemade candy decorations welcomed attendees throughout the commons area and two gymnasiums for the event, which is a service activity and fundraiser for the Williamsfield Parent and Teacher Organization (P.A.T.). This year’s carnival featured its largest-ever cake walk, with about 50 cakes donated by local residents and bakeries. The carnival’s newest attractions included the fortune teller booth, a lasso game, temporary tattoo booth, photo booth, pig races, a football challenge and a wacky funhouse inflatable with slide. Local artists provided elaborate face painting, and local hair stylists transformed student hair into colorful, braided and spiky styles. Throughout the evening, local talent entertained the crowd with a lively and illuminated hula hoop performance on stage. In all, more than 70 businesses and community residents generously contributed funds or services to make this event possible and profitable. Combined with the event’s raffle, the annual carnival generates thousands of dollars to help P.A.T. pay for various equipment and services for the school, from student field trips to new books and playground updates to classroom technology. As our dear friend Myrtice Coe would say, A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL!
Article adapted from P.A.T press release
Photos by Williamsfield's John Seder
Largest carnival cake walk ever! Around 50 cakes were donated by local residents and bakeries!
Students compete in the pedestal joust. One of the many inflatables at this year's carnival.
Local stylists created colorful braids and spiky hair styles for students daring enough to get new do's!
Superintendent Farquer and wife Nadine act as fortune tellers in the new fortune teller booth.