Family Fun Night is a hit at Kendall
Faith Shoff, a 5th Grader, had an animal nose and whiskers painted on her face.
KENDALL – Families gathered at Kendall Elementary School on Friday evening for the annual PTSA Family Fun Night.
“It’s a night for families to come together to have fun and get information,” Kendall Elementary Principal Sharon Smith said.
PTSA President Elisa Robinson said the event was free for families (with the exception of a basket raffle).
“People are so generous,” she said of those who donated or who came to set up informational and activity booths. “It’s an opportunity for families to have a nice evening and on Monday when students come back to school, they get to pick out a free book.”
Area groups and organizations set up tables to provide information for those attending. Participants included the Orleans County Sheriff’s Department, Kendall Fire Department and EMS, GCASA, YMCA, Fidelis Care, ESL students and parents, Cub Scouts, the Lego Builder Shop, and the Oak Orchard Yacht Club.
Marty Goodenbery and Cindy Ruiz offered fun, games, candy and information about the Kendall Community Food Cupboard at their table.
Kendall Elementary School Principal Sharon Smith makes cotton candy.
Jamie Cole and 1-year old Presley Cole wait patiently in the line for Mrs. D’Agostino’s balloon sculptures.
Kendall Fire Department and EMS apparatus was parked outside the Elementary School.
Kendall Central School District Superintendent Julie Christensen helps out at the popular popcorn stand.
Members of the Kendall Elementary Student Council offered face painting and a scavenger hunt in one of the Elementary School classrooms. Fifth-grader Alliya Bills shows off the panda painted on her face. Alliya also helped out with face painting.
Students and their families shop at the book fair in the Elementary School auditorium.
A member of the Orleans County Sheriff’s Department rides a patrol bicycle around the Elementary gym where informational and activity tables were set up.
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