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Middle School Raises Money and Enjoys Games at 7th Annual Haunted Harvest

Middle School students enjoy the cake walk at the Haunted Harvest

Middle School students enjoy the cake walk at the Haunted Harvest

Middle School students enjoy the cake walk at the Haunted Harvest

Middle School students enjoy the cake walk at the Haunted Harvest

Harley Maxwell

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On October 30th the Fair Grove Middle School hosted their very own Haunted Harvest, for the 7th year in a row. The middle school Character Council students and head sponsor Shawnda Minor set up and planned the event. The event started as a way to raise money for local families Holiday Food Baskets that Character Council puts together. “Over the years, the Holiday Food Basket tradition has grown, and we now work with Heart2Heart and the Central Office to provide meals to almost 30 Fair Grove families for Thanksgiving and Christmas,” said Mrs. Minor.

At the harvest the students could enjoy some great food and drinks as well as being able to let loose in some fun and games. “My favorite part of the Haunted Harvest was the cake walk because I won a cake to take home, and I also got to eat a lot of cotton candy,” said student Hailey Merillat (7th). To get into the event the students had to purchase a wristband which allowed the kids to get two slices of pizza, a soda, and some cotton candy.

We had lots of fun activities to keep the kids entertained. We had the Haunted Hallway (which was bigger and better than any previous years!), Nerf War, Cakewalk, 9-Square, Gaga Ball, Goldfish Toss, Ring Toss, Ladder Golf, Twister, Costume Contest, and more,” said Mrs. Minor. There were tons of middle schoolers that attended the event from each class that allowed the kids to get to know one another before entering high school. “I am glad I went to the Haunted Harvest. I got to eat good food, play fun games, and spend time with my friends,” said attendee Cooper Morgan (5th). This year the students were able to raise $1500 for their cause and will continue to put on this event for years to come.

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