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St. Regis Mohawk School Hosts Their Annual Fall Fest

 

October 12, 2017

Salmon River Central School Seniors volunteering with the PTO Bake Sale. From left - Tristen Cook-Hasty and Marcus Gray.

On Friday October 6th, the St. Regis Mohawk School PTO held their annual Fall Fest. The event had many organizations and businesses in attendance to make sure the students and their parents had a great day. The was plenty of fun to be had with bounce houses, face painting, balloon animals, candy apples, hay rides, free goodies and good music to name a few. The annual event went off without a hitch. The weather was perfect for the event to take place outside of the school, with vendors set up for activities for the students to try.

A group of students enjoying the hay ride provided by the St. Regis Mohawk School Maintenance Department.

Some of the organizations and community resources who attended the event were the Hogansburg Akwesasne Volunteer Fire Department, St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Police, A/CDP, Belly Buttons the Clown (Balloon Animals), Just Cupcakes, Heart to Heart Fitness, Divalissa (popcorn and various snacks), PTO Bake Sale, PTO Information Booth, Bonesteel's Gardening Center, Cook's Mini Donuts, Wagon Ride (maintenance department), Mini Petting Zoo, Music & Dance (Mr. Hahn), Strong Roots Charitable Organization, JOM (games/supplies) Boys and Girls Club (games), SRCS Seniors (face painting), Child Protective Services (rock painting/ Wooden Craft Necklaces), Let's Get Healthy (Obstacle Course) and the Iakwa'shatste Youth Fitness (Noodle Hockey).

Karin Thompson states "The PTO would like to thank our staff, administrators, and families for helping make this event successful. We also appreciate the support from local programs and vendors."

 

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