STRYKER, March 7, 2014-The Stryker Student Parent Schools Partnership, in conjunction with the 21st century Grant Program, hosted their annual Carnival Event along with a Corn Hole Tournament on March 7, at Stryker High School for community residents and visitors. This year’s event was tremendously successful with a packed house on hand enjoying the evening’s festivities.
It was an evening of fun and food for attendees, and for the children attending it was a magical night, with games and tables full of raffle prizes loaded with toys. Attendees placed a ticket stub in each container next to the prize and a drawing was held for the items. Additionally, the nearby auditorium was packed full of games, face painting booths, and a bouncy house complete with slide for the kids entertainment. All of the games as well as the face painting booths were ran by Stryker High School student volunteers.
In the large gym, several teams signed up to play in this years’ Corn Hole Tournament, and at 6 p.m. Aletia Wonders gathered the assembled teams, read the tournament rules and paired the teams for competition.
Overall, the evening was a huge hit with the children in attendance, and the large number of attendees contributed to the evening’s overall success.
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