Annual Halloween carnival gives families safe place to go

Grace Giger, Staff Reporter

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Junior Victoria Wadlow stands by a game ready to hand out treats to the kids.

On Tuesday Oct. 29, students from FCCLA ( Family Career and Community Leaders of America), NHS (National Honor Society), and FFA( Future Farmers of America) got together to put on the annual Halloween carnival at Kamiakin. This was an event for kids 10 and under, and it was a fun and safe Halloween event for families in the community.

The event was held in the west gym, where students set up all the games and booths that they had made the week before. There were over 30 student volunteers who ran the games, handed out treats, and made sure the kids had a good time. Junior Victoria Warlow, a FCCLA member who volunteered at the carnival stated, “This was a great experience reaching out and helping my community.”

Quite a few people from the community attended the event.

Without dedicated volunteers like her, the event would not have been possible. It’s extremely important that kids in our area have a safe environment to celebrate Halloween, and Kamiakin’s Halloween carnival provided a fun event that the whole family could enjoy.