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October 8, 2012

Millsap school’s fall festival fast approaching

By Sharron Hudson | millsapnews@mineralwellsindex.com

MILLSAP – As we move into October, it seems to be one of the main months for all kinds of festivals. It’s no exception in Millsap as the PTO gears up for our school’s fall festival.

Many plans for the event are in the works as it will take place at the elementary school on Oct. 20, 6-9 p.m. This will be a community happening with a lot of fun and games, and as a highlight there will be some unusual and monstrous obstacle courses. There will also be the traditional costume contest, but a new twist to the evening is that vendors will be setting up a variety of wares for sale. Booths for vendors are $20, and to rent a space call (940) 452-8844.

The group leading the preps for the festival are the PTO officers of the elementary school. The officers for the 2012-13 year are President Michelle Bryan, Vice President Amanda Shade, Secretary Michelle Slemmons and Treasurer Lacy Burton. The regular meeting time for this organization is the first Monday of the month, unless it’s a holiday in which case they meet the following Monday. They meet in the Elementary School Library at 6 p.m. Their goal for the school year is to provide for the needs of the kids and teachers, and through events that they sponsor to provide a good family environment.

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