A fun-for-all at Park Terrace’s carnival

Third-grader Kadance Gordon gets crazy hair, styled with the help of volunteer Jennifer Hopkins. “It looks like two big pom-poms,” Kadance said about her new do. Photo by Elyse Kaner
 Second-grader Samantha Barland, if only for a moment, becomes a circus performer at Park Terrace’s carnival. The adults had as much fun as the kids. Kris Brummer of Richfield gets a face painting from volunteer Brad Groehler. The gymnasium was filled with a variety of inflatable hoppers for the evening. Park Terrace office worker Michelle Johnson, left, and Candice Croom look on as Croom’s son Elijah Maggiolo, 4, takes a chance at the ring toss. Music teacher Ron Jay runs a spinning game. Sam Anderson, 8, a Woodcrest Elementary School student and member of Cub Scout Pack 138, which meets at Park Terrace, takes time out from his volunteering duties of running a flying disc toss to enjoy a treat.
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Sam Anderson, 8, a Woodcrest Elementary School student and member of Cub Scout Pack 138, which meets at Park Terrace, takes time out from his volunteering duties of running a flying disc toss to enjoy a treat.

Park Terrace Elementary School’s annual carnival played out to a packed school the evening of April 5.

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