First YMCA / Richmond
Kiwanis Fall Festival - 2
There were lots of opportunities for photos at the
festival. And one of the most willing helpers was Ronald McDonald.
Another photo opportunity were free photos of individuals
provided by the festival.
The girls of Kappa Alpha Theta then process the digital
photos and printed them on two new Lexmark printers donated to
the festival by Dr. Glen Kleine, Lt. Governor of Division
9 of the Kentucky-Tennessee District of Kiwanis International.
A wonderful backdrop was provided by the festival organizers.
Of course cute kids in attractive costumes didn't hurt.
There were plenty of Witch's Cauldrons which were filled
with candy. Tammy Harkleroad (left), an honorary Kiwanian,
helps a youngster select a sucker from the the cauldron. Not all,
however, needed help in making their selection.
Have you ever played ghost bingo - It's great!
And if you liked creative art activities - the Fall
Festival was the place to be
There were an abundance of games. Here Ben McPherson
(left) and Dr. Robert Nayle (right), both Richmond Kiwanians,
assist in the ring toss game. They report running out of apples
by the end of the festival.
This little princess say "You aren't finished
yet!" - - click below to see more festival
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